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  • ... Canyon was originally slated to become a sister landfill site until Neuschatz intervened. She was a city parks and recreation ... expire. Trek up Henry's Trail (in memory of late Sierra Club hike leader Henry Shamma) to Glendale Peak, which doesn't even appear on ...
  • ... invokes curiosity and expectation in the garden. Allen shows us a few examples of mystery , plus some helpful information on ...
  • ... massive flooding. Collective High & Dry visit the site of the natural disaster.  ... always created altered landscapes. Through disruption and construction , nature recreates and thus renews the landscapes of our home ... land eating whirlpools of waste. Piles of silt and mud and mysterious viscous batter accumulate, move, and insinuate into corners, ...
  • ... is a palace of dreams and illusions that was once the site of a double murder, involving one of the city's most prominent ... to be Ned and Lucy's home, but it was Hugh who oversaw the construction of Greystone. Ned was frequently in Washington supporting his ...
  • ... plants which thrive in the Mojave desert. His garden is a site of inspiration, transience, and memory. It creates a living ... or private moments that inscribe our personal memories and construction of place. The mental constructs and psychological landscapes ...
  • The Museum of Public Fiction is a site to experiment with installations, performances and shows on a changing topic. [scald=74916:kl_image_original_context ... like performances, classes, artist residencies, secret dinners, music, and lectures. Each culminates in (or generates) a ...
  • ... through the weed covered plots and local residents use the site as a free dump. Most gravestones have been stolen for patio, fireplaces ... the cemetery was an eyesore, with weeds up to her waist. A construction truck crashed into the fence and sped away. A woman, whose ...
  • ... of an 18-mile stretch of California's Central Coast, the site just south of the border between San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara ... from the now-defunct Union Sugar Company. In May 1923, construction began on DeMille's City of the Pharaohs. Roughly 1,500 workmen, ...
  • ... of the city's geography is covered by special overlays and site -specific designations -- these are the machinery of the metaphorical ... example of a commonly used Q condition that prohibits the construction of balconies on multi-family developments that over-look ...
  • ... Sundays, which feature three British murder mystery shows back-to-back-to-back. New series "Father Brown" will be hopping into ... crimes. The world of "Father Brown" is quintessentially English : drawing rooms in large country houses, miles of countryside, village ...

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