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Alex Meyer and Angels can't keep it under control in 9-4 loss to Red Sox

In his last start, a dominant victory over Kansas City, the Angels’ Alex Meyer tamed his wildness. On Friday at Fenway Park, his lack of command was his undoing, and the team’s. The Red Sox won, 9-4, on the strength of five early runs against Meyer. The 6-foot-9 right-hander’s first three pitches...

NY: Empty NYC Transit Bus Rolls Down Street, Hits Church, Cars

An empty New York City transit bus rolled backward down a hilly Brooklyn block and smashed into a church and parked vehicles during a crash caught on video.

What is the City's Share?

You know this isn't going to be free : Tiger Woods’ design firm on Wednesday released final designs for a multimillion-dollar plan to merge the Jackson Park and South Shore golf courses into PGA-caliber links, a vision met with cautious...Show More Summary

Beyond the High Line: 8 linear parks that have transformed cities

When aging infrastructure is revamped into public green space The U.S. is full of jaw-dropping parks, from expansive National Parks like the Grand Canyon to carefully cultivated botanical gardens like Portland’s Japanese Garden. ButShow More Summary

Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler brought back an 'SNL' sketch to mock Trump supporters

On Wednesday night’s “Late Night,” Amy Poehler joined host Seth Meyers to make fun of President Donald Trump supporters who’ve been protesting the production of "Julius Caesar" at Shakespeare in the Park in New York City. In the production,...Show More Summary

Get In The Swim: World's Largest Swimming Lesson Is Tonight

To kick off summer, the Chicago Park District is taking part in The World's Largest Swimming Lesson. Last year people all over the city, the country, and the world set a new record, and they're going for it again tonight at 6pm."Join...Show More Summary

City EMT who is a Hells Angel busted for slashing tires: sources

yesterdayNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

A city EMT decided to take parking woes into his own hands in front of the Hells Angels East Village clubhouse by slashing the tires of a double-parked vehicle, police said Thursday. The vehicle was parked across the street from the club on Third Street at about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday while its driver made a...

Broken 40-year-old clock in Vincennes park now tells time

Time is of the essence in Shirley's Pocket Park. Three years ago, just as members of the city's Urban Enterprise Association geared up to finish the long-awaited "pocket park" in … Click to Continue »

Valet service in Old Towne Orange starts Thursday

A trial parking valet service will start in Old Towne Orange on Thursday, June 22. The city is trying the service for three months to help the parking crunch in the popular shopping and eating destination. Visitors will be able to valet their cars from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 to 11 p.m. […]

Laguna Niguel council OKs design style for new community center

The Laguna Niguel City Council unanimously voted on Tuesday, June 20, to approve the schematic designs and a building style for the future $25 million community center at Crown Valley Park. The council opted for the design style with “a mid-century look with a flat roof” over the style modeled after City Hall. Councilwoman Laurie […]

San Clemente news briefs: Road changes, falconry, movie in the park, gold-medal beers, and more

Councilman wants to assure residents on highway As a $2.4 million reconfiguration of El Camino Real approaches an expected mid-July completion, city officials are seeking to reassure skeptical residents that it is a sound design. A landscaped, protected two-way bikeway on the coastal side of the road is expected to become an extension of San […]

Park Hyatt New York Review, West Side Suite

One of my favourite properties in North America is the Park Hyatt New York. After my stay at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City, I stayed at the Park Hyatt in Manhattan over the weekend. My suite in Jersey City was spectacular, so I was coming in with fairly high expectations. Show More Summary

Scootpocalypse Now: Get Used to This in Your Favorite Parking Spot – (And Don’t Try This in the Sunset)

TweetHere’s the news: “Scoot cements permanent spot on SF streets – REPORTING FROM CITY HALL By Jerold Chinn SFBAY” And here’s what’ll it look like: This kind of thing wasn’t allowed afore, but it is now. I don’t know how many Scoots make it way out there to the Outer Sunset, but if you take up the […]

New Quebec park offers cruise ship passengers a greener, grander welcome

Some people describe the French-Canadian city of Quebec as “France without the attitude.” Others laud it for its scenery and excellent cuisine. All those attributes contribute to its popularity with cruise passengers, especially during the prime fall color cruise season, when it is a highlight...

High Line Network will advise similar adaptive reuse projects around the country

It’s about sharing knowledge to improve social equity Soon after the 2009 opening of the first phase of New York City’s High Line park, other cities around the globe began copying its model—repurposing aging infrastructure as public space. Show More Summary

Why parking has gotten even tighter for disabled drivers in L.A.

In city of cars and traffic headaches, L.A. and disabled drivers wrestle with a 7-year-old parking problem

Green City Market, Friistyle french fry stand open today in Bronzeville shipping-container mall

Bronzeville residents may notice something new under the shadows of the Green Line at 51st Street: Boxville, Chicago's first mall built from shipping containers, and home to the first South Side outpost of Lincoln Park farmers market Green City Market, opens today. Boxville, which will also host...

Light art installation in Golden Gate Park will be latest tribute to San Francisco's Summer of Love

Fifty years on, San Francisco’s Summer of Love has become a glossy flashback to the time young people came to the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood to start a cultural revolution. A new kind of flower power tribute begins Wednesday in Golden Gate Park when the plain white Conservatory of Flowers...

Hollywood residents find their own solution for reopening Beachwood Canyon

A popular hiking trail at the top of Beachwood closed in April Hollywood residents are trying to put pressure on the Los Angeles City Council to reopen Beachwood Drive as a launching point for hiking in Griffith Park and viewing theShow More Summary

LA's Famed Cactus Store Brings The Desert To New York This Summer

Looking to take your prickly plant posse to the next level? The folks from the Insta famous Cactus Store—located in Los Angeles' Echo Park neighborhood—are bringing their expertise out east, for a summer long pop up in New York City. READ MORE »

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