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Lucky Street: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District, San Francisco. Rent twenty to twenty-two dollars a month for three or four rooms." Medium format acetate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Human Chimney Gets as High as Possible While Half Naked in the Street

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Christopher Frizzelle View from within a coffeeshop. Do you see what I see? I was at Analog Coffee on Thanksgiving morning (remember their "educational" video?) because the coffeeshop closer to my house was closed and I needed a blast of energy to get me through the weird, long, starchy, obligatory, food-filled day ahead. Show More Summary

Street closures for the Hollywood Christmas Parade this weekend

The parade takes to the streets on Sunday This weekend, with Thanksgiving barely in the rear view mirror, Hollywood will gear up for Christmas. The 86th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade is taking to the streets this Sunday. The parade starts at 5 p.m. Show More Summary

Pair of renovation projects around Grand Central creates bottlenecks

Several exits at the Grand Central 42nd Street station have been walled off recently. And while the construction is causing bottlenecks at the remaining stairwells, it is ultimately part of a $210... To view the full story, click the title link.

Tax loopholes for Wall Street's wealthiest loom in bill

Lawmakers who sped a bill through the U.S. House last week may have handed a few more goodies to Wall Street’s wealthiest than they realize. Investors in billion-dollar hedge funds might be... To view the full story, click the title link.

Li-Lac Chocolates shows not all is bleak on Bleecker Street

Anthony Cirone loved Li-Lac Chocolates so much that six years ago he bought the company. Its roots go back to a shop that opened on Christopher Street in 1923, when the owner still made the candy on... To view the full story, click the title link.

It Is Ridden: 1923

San Francisco circa 1923. "Barley sedan on California Street at Huntington Park." Today's reading from the Shorpy Bible of Baroque Barouches. 5x7 inch glass negative by that automotive amanuensis Christopher Helin. View full size.

Exhibition of over seventy drawings in graphite and colored pencil by Nayland Blake on view at Matthew Marks

5 days agoArts : Artdaily

Matthew Marks is presenting Nayland Blake #IDrawEveryDay, a new exhibition in his gallery at 526 West 22nd Street, featuring one sculpture and over seventy drawings in graphite and colored pencil. On January 1, 2015, Nayland Blake initiated an assignment to make at least one drawing every day. Show More Summary

France to 'prevent' Muslim street prayers in Paris suburb

French authorities will stop Muslims from praying in a street north of Paris, the country's interior minister said Sunday, after a series of protests by lawmakers and locals over what they view as an unacceptable use of public space....Show More Summary

Haunted Saloon: 1906

New Orleans circa 1906. "Haunted House (Warrington House), Royal and Hospital Streets." 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

Explore South Africa at home thanks to Google Street View

From Table Mountain to the un-trekked wilderness, discover South Africa's stunning landscapes from your own home. Over 200 volunteers worked with Google Street View over a year to capture it all.

Five Restaurants To Try on a Road Trip to the Grand Canyon

A meal with a world-class view From the right spot on Fremont Street, it’s possible to witness a strange sunset ritual. Helicopters appear on the horizon, hovering in a perfectly straight line on their way back to Las Vegas from the Grand Canyon. Show More Summary

Three significant large scale paintings by Alex Katz on view at Peter Blum Gallery's new downtown location

last weekArts : Artdaily

Peter Blum Gallery is presenting the exhibition Three Paintings by Alex Katz, at their new downtown location at 176 Grand Street, New York. The exhibition runs through January 13, 2018. Alex Katz?s cool, representational, and reductive style has set him apart as one of the most influential painters working in America today. Show More Summary

Attention, Wall Street: Stopping fraud isn't just right—it pays

In the wake of the financial crisis a decade ago, policymakers faced a stark reality concerning fraud in the financial sector: To prevent future crises, people on the front lines must be willing to... To view the full story, click the title link.

Google Adding Methane Detectors To Street View Cars

The Environmental Defense Fund is using a collaborative approach to find ways of working with industry partners to find and fix methane leaks that waste up to 10 million tons of methane each year in the US alone.

NetApp Surges 6% on FYQ2 Beat, Higher Q3 View

Shares of storage technology provider NetApp surged initially by as much as 9% in late trading after it reported quarter results, and provided an outlook, that both topped Wall Street's expectations.

Wayne Brady is ready to make a deal for his Sherman Oaks home

Multi-talented entertainer and game show host Wayne Brady has put his home in Sherman Oaks up for sale at $3 million. Built in 1954, the gated residence sits high up from the street with views of the mountains and cityscape. Features of the roughly 4,200-square-foot house include high ceilings...

Police searching for man suspected of groping Huntington Beach girl

HUNTINGTON BEACH — Police are searching for a man suspected of groping a girl as she was walking home from Spring View Middle School on Monday, Nov. 13. The victim reported around 3:15 p.m. she was in the vicinity of Edwards Street and Edinger Avenue when a man touched her inappropriately, police said in a statement. […]

From Tel Aviv With Hustle…

It’s been a fantastic first few days in Tel Aviv. The weather is warm and the streets are very busy. (that is the view from Mindspace looking towards the Med) Two things never change here…the amazing hustle and the amazing street food. Show More Summary

Witkoff bets that Times Square's office market days are done

In August Steven Witkoff flipped the switch on a 9-story, 18,000-square-foot LED billboard that wraps around the base of the luxury hotel his firm is developing at West 47th Street and Seventh... To view the full story, click the title link.

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