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Boys' soccer: City playoff results and updated pairings

BOYS' SOCCER CITY DIVISION 1 Second round, Wednesday Granada Hills 1, Chavez 0 (OT) Fairfax 7, Canoga Park 4 Birmingham 2, Sotomayor 1 Marquez 4, Huntington Park 1 El Camino Real 2, Los Angeles Kennedy 0 Fremont 1, South Gate 0 Sylmar 1, Bell 0 Palisades 3, Arleta 1   Quarterfinals, Friday, 3 p.m....

Passerby on skateboards save lives of teens who fell through ice in Central Park

A group of teenagers ages 13 to 16 fell through the ice of a frozen pond in New York City’s Central Park on the evening of Monday, February 20. They are still alive today because of the actions of two men in their early 20s who happened to be riding by on skateboards. Show More Summary

Apple's new HQ, Apple Park, will open in April

14 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

In 2011, Apple CEO Steve Jobs showed the Cupertino City Council plans for his company’s new campus. Six years later, Apple Park is set to open. Apple employees will begin the process of moving to the new campus in April, and in six months more than 12,000 people will work in Apple Park. Show More Summary

The School Project That Sets Parents Free: New at Reason

17 hours agoNews : Reason

The Oak Knoll School in Menlo Park, California, brought the Free-Range Kids Project—an optional, free, outside-the-classroom activity—to its K–5 students in 2014. Adapted from an assignment created by New York City public school sixth...Show More Summary

Monorail: pie in the sky?

Over the past few years, monorails have turned from amusement park fixtures to a potential answer to chronically overcrowded cities around the world. So what advantages do they pose compared to traditional rail systems, and who is currently pushing t…

Affordable housing and public park set to replace old industrial buildings in South LA

The project will include 120 units and a public park A long-planned project that would bring seven acres of housing and park space to South LA may finally be getting underway. The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a motion...Show More Summary

Boys' soccer: City playoff results and updated pairings

BOYS' SOCCER CITY DIVISION 1 First round, Friday unless noted Chavez 3, Locke 2 Huntington Park 2, Contreras 1 Los Angeles Kennedy 5, South East 3 (Tuesday) Arleta 2, Hollywood 1   Second round, Wednesday, 3 p.m. #16 Chavez at #1 Granada Hills #9 Canoga Park at #8 Fairfax #12 Sotomayor at #5 Birmingham...

Virginia City Cancels Planned Trip to Christian Theme Parks After Warning from Atheists

It's not legal when public schools plan field trips to Ark Encounter or the Creation Museum, and it's not okay when city officials do it either.

Eleven Madison Park Will Close For A Revamp This Summer

Eleven Madison Park, one of the city's most decorated restaurants, will close this summer to completely overhaul the space and the menu. Owners Will Guidara and Daniel Humm revealed their plans to the Times, telling the paper it was "time for a change." [ more › ]

$14m City to Lake boardwalk, park begin to take shape

2 days agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

The first two of 62 ten-tonne pre-cast concrete panels that will form a 150m boardwalk along (and out into) Lake Burley Griffin’s West Basin have been slotted in as the City to the Lake project gets underway in earnest this week. The 8.1m long and 2m wide panels will be positioned just above the water […]

'Not My President's Day' protesters get creative with anti-Trump signs

Exactly one month after he took the oath of office, thousands rallied together in New York CIty's Central Park on President's Day to speak out against President Donald Trump's agenda -- many holding signs with bold and unique messages opposing his new administration. Show More Summary

Sheriff releases statement after Homeland Security arrests 4

Four people have been arrested by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in Park City, prompting the Summit County sheriff to announce that this was not a sweep. The Deseret … Click to Continue »

Councilman pushes for Kensington Stables to be kept open

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The stable has been offering horse rides in the park since the 1930s and is one of only a handful of equine havens left in the city.

The 12 cities with the most trees around the world

There's a global movement to encourage cities to grow more trees and plan more parks. But which ones have the most green space today? To get a clearer picture, MIT's Senseable Lab partnered with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to create...Show More Summary

The One Hotel In North America I REALLY Want To Visit…

While not all of the world's best hotels belong to the major hotel chains, there are some incredible hotel experiences you can have on points. For example, as far as city hotels go, it's tough to beat the Park Hyatt in Sydney or St.Show More Summary

Fed up with honking and pooping, Denver gets a 'goosinator' to help disrupt Canada goose population

On a chilly morning in Denver’s City Park, some 600 Canada geese floated like a drab armada atop an icy pond. A truck pulled up, and a collective murmur rose from the gaggle, suspicious but not alarmed. Scott Bartell, a technician with the parks department, hoisted out a 3-foot-long, orange contraption...

'A Day Without Immigrants' Draws More than 7,000 to Charlotte's Marshall Park

Businesses across the city shut down today in protest of recent ICE raids while more than 7,000 people rallied in Uptown to support the immigrant community. CL reporter Jasmin Herrera was there to shoot photos while the crowd marched from Marshall Park to the center of Uptown and back again.

How Kansas City is turning Main Street into a model for digital downtowns

A new sensor network and public dashboard hint at the potential of smart city technology. The next stage of smart city technology may involve finding a parking space. Last Tuesday, Kansas City, Missouri, unveiled the latest update to...Show More Summary

Anish Kapoor To Put A Deep Black Whirlpool In Brooklyn Bridge Park

New York City's Public Art Fund in New York will install Kapoor's Descension - a funnel of black-colored water that spirals down into the ground - in Brooklyn Bridge Park this summer. (How many think-pieces do you suppose we'll get comparing it to the 9/11 Memorial?)

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