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The High Road

Los Angeles, city of dreamers and strivers, is not terribly friendly to the dropout, which is why they go so well together on film. Stoner comedies have been set all over—New York (Half Baked), Harvard (How High), Connecticut (PCU),Show More Summary

Inside Salesforce's Zen-Heavy, Eco-Groovy, Starchitect-Designed New Building

Office space so holistic, it's almost biodegradable Salesforce’s new building at 350 Mission Street doesn’t have a setting on the thermostat that measures everyone’s karma. But they’re probably working on it. The company's new spaceShow More Summary

This Film Explores How Art Can Revitalize a Struggling Street in a Southern City

America's Boulevard examines a public art project meant to energize a section of Chattanooga, Tennessee Can artwork serve as a catalyst for city development? A new short film, America’s Boulevard: A Mural on MLK, explores how a public...Show More Summary

Can You Still Live the Swingers Lifestyle in LA?

The Doug Liman film Swingers was released in 1996, introducing movie audiences to the world of the struggling Los Angeles actor, desperately poor yet somehow making rent, possessing nothing, but projecting everything. It was Entourage without the mansions, sexist, but in an innocent and fun mid-nineties kind of way. Show More Summary

See Cool Los Angeles Sites in a Rare View From Above

The La Brea Tar Pits, the Exposition Park rose garden, and more are on full display in a new drone video Drones have been causing a lot of trouble in Los Angeles lately, interfering with police searches and nearly colliding with airplanes landing at LAX. Show More Summary

The Kobe Bryant Map of Los Angeles

Kobe Bryant's final NBA game is tonight—and for this day only, he has his own Metro stop. In his long tenure as a Laker, the future Hall of Famer has impacted the city of Los Angeles almost as much as anybody—certainly more than any other athlete. Show More Summary

Video: The Surprisingly Fascinating Little City in LA's South Bay

Gardena's history includes everything from agriculture to gambling to burlesque u Aside from that fact that it has some seriously gnarly drinking water, there's a good chance most people don't know a lot about the South Bay city of Gardena. Show More Summary

Olympic Hero Brian Boitano's Neighborhood Guide to Russian Hill

Figure skating icon and American hero gives us his take on his SF hood The People's Guide is Curbed SF's tour of neighborhoods, led by our most loyal readers, favorite bloggers, San Francisco celebrities, and other luminaries of our choosing. Show More Summary

This $3.95M Alabama House Was Autographed by Country Singer Alan Jackson

He wasn't being sarcastic—that's the title of one of his songs This lakeside Alexander City, Alabama five-bedroom looks like a very fun house, and if you need evidence look no further than the wall that was signed by country music star...Show More Summary

The Other Miller House: Why a Modernist Gem is Stranded in Suburban Kentucky

Why a masterpiece by a Corbusier disciple is in limbo in Lexington Located eight miles southeast of downtown, Lexington, Kentucky, the Enclave at Chilesburg seems in all respects to be a standard American subdivision, boasting " tree-lined...Show More Summary

Amazing Global Architecture Highlighted in Huge Online Documentary Collection

All free to watch on Youtube Architecture and documentary buffs, you'll want to sit down for this one (really.) As ArchDaily has just uncovered, one very delightful corner of Youtube, namely a channel called ACB (The Art & Culture Bureau), currently hosts more than 50 documentaries exploring some of the world's most important works of architecture. Show More Summary

Wes Craven's Last House Asks $3.295 million

The late horror master's Hollywood Hills home is surprisingly zen The Hollywood Hills home of late horror movie master Wes Craven is now on the market, and it looks to be getting the star treatment. The midcentury compound that also once housed actor Steve McQueen is being listed by the Altman brothers of Million Dollar Listing. Show More Summary

Soaring Through Little Toyko's Upcoming Budokan Center

Take a 3D tour of the not-yet-built community center's garden and sports courts Progress on the Budokan of Los Angeles community center continues to creep forward at a snail's pace. For several years now, Bill Watanabe, the executive...Show More Summary

Take a Look at the New BART Car

First new car arrives, preps for gauntlet of challenges Your BART train is here. And it only took three weeks. The transit agency, presumably very happy to have something to talk about other than a recent volume of mechanical failures...Show More Summary

A Complete List of Zaha Hadid Architects's Unbuilt Designs

The tragic loss of Zaha Hadid last week has left the architecture world suddenly bereft of her inspiring talent. As many obituaries over the last few days have noted, perhaps one of the biggest tragedies is that Hadid, who passed away at the top of her profession at the age of 65, had years of creating new buildings in front of her. Show More Summary

Fun Fact: Donald Trump Owns Part of 555 California

Well, how about that Here's a wonky fact for those of you immersed in election 2016 coverage: 555 California Street, formerly known as the Bank of America Center, is owned in part by The Trump Organization, a corporation controlled and...Show More Summary

Gorgeous, Glittering Wood Display Offers a Vision of the Interface of the Future

This sci-fi prototype by Australian studio ENESS may foreshadow beautiful display technology to come Display screens are a far too common sight in the modern world — we're surrounded by computer monitors, televisions, digital signs, and smartphone glass. Show More Summary

Aging Gracefully: How a New Architecture for Old Age Helps Everyone

Architect Matthias Hollwich's book New Aging offers a radical blueprint for rethinking and redesigning old age Architect Matthias Hollwich's mission, simply put, is promoting a design philosophy that makes everyone more comfortable, connected, and happy. Show More Summary

Kiwi’s Big Holiday

The pleasure of travel is often estrangement. Out there, with your wheelie suitcase and sunglasses, you can unmoor from everyday life, imagining yourself as another kind of person in another city. For an American, a trip to ogle New Zealand architecture offers a different kind of pleasure. Show More Summary

How to be a Successful Criminal in Los Angeles

Geoff Manaugh's new book shows how the city's geography both enables and helps prevent crime Turns out there's a reason so many Michael Mann movies are set in Los Angeles—it's a city that offers fascinating opportunities for criminals and cops alike. Show More Summary

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