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Beverly Hills Pyramid House Allegedly Bought With Malaysian State Funds

The $17.5-million mansion comes with a 40-yard pool and a pyramid Thousands of years ago the pharaohs of Egypt built extravagant pyramids honoring themselves at the expense of their people. It may be fitting, then, that the Beverly Hills...Show More Summary

Upstate New York Mansion Has the Stoop to End All Stoops

Sweeping lake views and twin lion statues If you have ever enjoyed sitting out on a stoop, chances are you've never sat on one like this one in Bernhards Bay, New York, on the shore of Oneida Lake. In addition to the majestic lake views and incredible girth, this stoop is flanked by twin lion statues. Show More Summary

Video: The Making of a Stunning Glass Brick Facade

Dutch firm MVDRV finds a brilliant way to use glass The glass bricks are held together by super strong glue—Photo by Daria Scagliola and Stijn Brakkee Once in a while, an amazing architecture project manages to instantly drop jaws and capture hearts. Show More Summary

Smart Home, Simplified: Apple May Introduce Single App to Control Multiple Devices

The new HomeKit app could roll out in iOS 10 When it comes to the dream of achieving a truly connected home, one that can be controlled with a single graceful gesture on a smartphone's touchscreen, enthusiasm for the dream has been its...Show More Summary

Star Performers Tribute Prince at LA City Hall

Stevie Wonder and many others showed up for a concert memorializing the musical icon Thousands of fans showed up on the south lawn of Los Angeles City Hall last night for a Prince memorial concert. The free event was announced last week, with rumors of a star-studded guest list. Show More Summary

Watch How an 8.0 Earthquake on the San Andreas Fault Would Rock LA

This doesn't look good Earlier this week, an expert from the Southern California Earthquake Center spoke at a conference in Long Beach and called the southern San Andreas fault "locked, loaded and ready to go" for a major 'quake. HeShow More Summary

This One-Minute SFMOMA Construction Time-Lapse Video Is Awesome

Watch the acclaimed Snøhetta-designed expansion go up in mere seconds. Watch the new SFMOMA expansion construction, from start to finish, in this time-lapse video from EarthCam. It shows that the entire project is an impressive featShow More Summary

'Airbnb of Location Scouting' Wants to Pay You to Host Film Shoots in Your Home

Wrapal, a new sharing economy service, offers lights, camera, action, all in your own home A new startup wants to connect filmmakers with the perfect location for their next project: your place. A new service Wrapal, which launches this...Show More Summary

See the Story Behind Hollywood's Glowing White Cross

Intrepid LA explorer Tom Carroll dives into the history of the cross above the Cahuenga Pass, and the amphitheatre that helped inspire it Tom Carroll, that intrepid young explorer of Los Angeles, is back with another slickly constructed video digging into one of the city's oft-overlooked destinations. Show More Summary

Belgian Engineers Build Stairway to Heaven

Oooh, and it makes me wonder... Belgian firm Close to Bone constructed this staircase into the sky in Flanders after the wooden observation tower that stood at the site was "burnt by vandals." Named the Vlooyberg Tower, the new structure...Show More Summary

New Drone Footage Shows Major Progress at Apple Campus 2

Looking good, techies It's time to head south to Cupertino to check in on the folks at Apple to see how their new $5 billion Norman Foster-designed campus is coming along. According to Matthew Roberts's detailed aerial tour, they are very hard at work. Behold: More paneling has been added since we last checked in back in March. Show More Summary

Watch a Skateboarder Bomb Down One of the Steepest Streets in the US

Don "The Nuge" Nguyen takes on LA's Baxter Street hill and its monster 32 percent grade Fuse the name Nuge into your memory banks, for he is a true hero who has accomplished an impossible feat. No, not the gun-toting, flag-waving, "Catch Scratch Fever"-singing racist Nuge from Detroit. Show More Summary

Video: Why It's So Hard to Get to the Hollywood Sign

The Millennial Project attempts to access the sign, but neighbors have created a lot of obstacles The battle being fought by a handful of Beachwood Canyon residents to keep tourists and hikers out of their neighborhood, and away from its prime Hollywood Sign access and views, has been well-documented. Show More Summary

See the High Line Designer's Elegant Proposal for Pershing Square

Video presentation details a redesign focused on the park's long history On Thursday, the four finalists in a challenge to redesign Pershing Square revealed final presentations on how they'd makeover LA's most unsatisfying park space. Show More Summary

See the Pershing Square Redesign That Would Bring Farming to Downtown LA

A video presentation from SWA and Morphosis details plans for a "net-positive ecotopia" On Thursday, the four finalists in a challenge to redesign Pershing Square revealed final presentations on how they'd makeover LA's most unsatisfying park space. Show More Summary

Officials Have a Disgusting Plan to Remove the San Onofre Whale Carcass

The body of a gray whale that washed up on shore will be chopped into pieces and taken to a landfill For work I drive down to camp Pendleton military base to work with children with special needs, this evening we walked down to the shore to see this guy. Show More Summary

Did a Conspiracy Really Destroy LA's Huge Streetcar System?

It's long been suggested the iconic Red Cars fell victim to a scheme by automakers When it first premiered in 1988, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? seemed most likely to be remembered for its innovative blend of live-action and animated footage, or for its uncomfortably sexualized presentation of a cartoon bunny. Show More Summary

LA's Creepy Old Lincoln Heights Jail to Be Brought Back to Life

A hotel, an urban farm, and live/work lofts are just a few of myriad possibilities Lincoln Heights Jail- supposedly haunted. #artdeco #losangeles A photo posted by Sean Bleakley (@bleaker_s) on Mar 24, 2016 at 5:27pm PDT The old Lincoln...Show More Summary

Minimalist Brick Chapel Animated by Dance of Light and Shadow

Humble materials and detailed design converge at gorgeous house of worship Designed by architect Nicolás Campodónico and built entirely from century-old bricks found at the site, the sparely furnished Capilla San Bernardo in La Playosa, Argentina, is all about light. It doesn't have electricity, running water, or really even furniture. Show More Summary

Inside Guillermo del Toro's House of Curiosities, Coming Soon to LACMA

The horror movie director's macabre interior decoration is getting its own exhibit—here's a preview Director Guillermo del Toro is known for making movies that are both imaginative and disturbing, and those are good words to describe the bizarre collection of macabre memorabilia that he keeps in his office and sometime home. Show More Summary

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