This article first appeared on U.S. News and World Report Money. My daughter has dreamed of going to Paris for as long as I can remember. In kindergarten, one of her major art projects involved a paper sculpture of the Eiffel Tower. She’s watched Ratatouille more times than I can count. Show More Summary
181 Fremont isn't expected to be ready for occupancy until at least 2016, but that hasn't stopped the project from getting a fancy name and an even fancier website. The 54-story tower adjacent to the Transbay Transit Center site has...
If you fancy yourself a fan of Brad Nicholson, tower defense, CCG's, and/or Clash of Clans-y-like games you should take a minute and watch the new Toy Rush trailer released by Uber Entertainment this morning. The way it mixes all of these genres seems pretty sweet, and with Uber luring the meaty hands of Brad
When the wind whips through the 1 WTC tower from a certain angle, the surrounding area is bewitched by a strange, high-pitched sound evocative of a choral crescendo from a Philip Glass symphony. One local resident captured video andShow More Summary
On Places, editor/writer Owen Edwards remembers living in — lucking into — a tower in Manhattan in the '70s, back when the city was less rich and more open.
While burgeoning cities across the globe ostentatiously display their glitzy skyscrapers — from Dubai’s Burj Khalifa to Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Towers — Incheon has something else in mind: putting a 450-meter-high building into stealth mode. Show More Summary
Can outstanding production values trump the overused tower defense formula in Little Bit Evil? Read on and find out. The post Little Bit Evil Review appeared first on 148Apps.
When we talked about the impending closure ? and auction of contents ? of The Lanesborough, we mentioned that the closest option for those wanting to stay within the Starwood family while in London was the Park Tower in Knighstbridge, a few minutes? walk west towards the department stores of Harvey Nichols and Harrods. Show More Summary
``The 41 towers proposed for downtown will add 12,100 new units--well shy of the 22,200 units that were built during the 2003 to 2008 boom, but still a remarkable turnabout given that downtown construction was essentially dormant until 2011... Show More Summary
A majority stake in 195 Broadway in downtown Manhattan has been sold for more than $500 million. The deal marks how hot the downtown office market is, according to the New York Post. L&L Holding Co. and Beacon Capital Partners sold the...Show More Summary
Food artists create a towering version of The Louvre that tastes as good as it looks.
The high speed car crash in which Roger Rodas and Paul Walker died Saturday caused a huge explosion and towering inferno that could be seen for miles. A nearby security camera captured the precise moment of impact. Paul Walker CrashShow More Summary
Bayliss J. Camp has graciously agreed to post about his experiences with research beyond the ivory tower. He is Research Manager II with the California Department of Motor Vehicles, where he supervises the Driver Competency and Safety Projects Unit. He serves also as a member of the California Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) Challenge Area […]
Final Fantasy XIV recently hosted its tenth Letter from the Producer livestream, in which producer Naoki Yoshida (or as the fans call him, Yoshi-P) tackles a number of questions regarding the game's upcoming changes and new content.Show More Summary
According to the Los Feliz Ledger, condo prices in the Los Feliz area have risen a hefty 32.2 percent over the last year. And stepping up to illustrate that statistic, we have...
Gawker says some residents in the neighborhood, the World Trade Center emits a spooky wailing sound when it’s windy. “I live a couple of blocks from the tower, and first heard this very eerie sound during Hurricane Sandy last year,” writes Kenny Cummings. “I’ve heard it only once afterwards, sometime last winter. I assumed once the […]
Does your high-rise apartment or office tower look like a mobile phone? These ones do, and you can bet smartphone users inside them get REALLY good reception.
On 26 November the Whitechapel Gallery unveiled a new site-specific commission by French Algerian artist Kader Attia. The work revisits the biblical story of Jacob?s ladder with a towering floor to ceiling structure of rare artefacts and books that fill the lofty spaces of the Gallery. Show More Summary
Americans tend to remember sacred dates: the day Kennedy got shoot or the Twin Towers fell. For many Boomers, there's another date with an upcoming anniversary: December 1, 1969, the night our government reinstated the draft lottery for the first time since WWII. Show More Summary
Post by Rebecca Stokes. Evelyn Lozada's life has been far from a fairy-tale lately. I mean, unless she's been locked in a tower or forced to spin straw into gold and someone forgot to tell me. The 'Basketball Wives' star was marriedShow More Summary