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  • For P. Allen Smith, the design principle of Mystery invokes curiosity and expectation in the garden. Allen shows us a few examples of mystery , plus some helpful information on ...
  • ... residence hall at Occidental College that was built for the purpose of housing the Russian team during the 1984 Olympic games. Or ... College is known to have many other unsolved mysteries , including the underground tunnels connecting various buildings, ...
  • ... then appear as the "black violinist" and claim victory for himself. To make matters worse, Amadeus' father, Leopold, took Amadeus' ... Major" K. 137; "Violin Sonata in A" K. 305; "12 Variations for Violin and Piano in G" K. 359; et al. Additional Content: This episode ...
  • ... compelling weekly articles. After putting two articles up for a vote, the audience chose this article to be made into a short-format ... Zorthian was infamous in Southern California for his bacchanalian parties at the Ranch. In a taped interview with Jirayr, ...
  • ... we don't know about the complexities of the relationship. For instance, we don't really know much about the moths' mating. It's ... baccata, remain in the fruit's husk.) Most critically for Joshua trees, we also have no idea what spurs the moths to emerge while ...
  • ... Korean vocabularies rarely go beyond "annyong haseyo." And for any first-timers eating at a Korean BBQ restaurant, the puzzled look on ... American, as well) culture. The book "Korean Culture For Dummies" hasn't been written yet, so where are the cultural brokers to ...
  • ... The background for the odd "funnel effect" mention is pretty important in its own right: ... turbine operators if a "robust analysis" of actual data shows the project will kill eagles more often than once every 33 years. The ...
  • ... scurried in and out of little dirt mounds. If it was not for the condominiums, the cars, and all the usual signs of modern Valley ... became more and more interesting. "There are so many mysteries here," Jacky said, "so many." Long forgotten, this Western outpost ...
  • ... the decade, both structures would be torn down to make way for Pico's grand new hotel, the Pico House. Opposite the Carrillo and Pico ... to the wrecking ball in 1951, razed to create an on-ramp for the 101 freeway. Early Representations of L.A. Edit view ...
  • ... beneath our streets and sidewalks, prepping themselves for imminent exposure. There is something almost comical about a photograph taken near Long Beach in 1946. It shows a young boy measuring what the caption alternately calls a “ ...

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