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Here's a really scary article from the Wall Street Journal...  How to Stop Hospitals From Killing Us:  Medical errors kill enough people to fill four jumbo jets a week. A surgeon with five simple ways to make health care safer.

How to Stop Hospitals From Killing Us

Here's a really scary article from the Wall Street Journal... How to Stop Hospitals From Killing Us: Medical errors kill enough people to fill four jumbo jets a week. A surgeon with five simple ways to make health care safer.

Image via Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection Today Los Angeles is known for its enormous but sterile corporate amusement parks: the Disney parks, Universal Studios, and even Knott's...

Map: The Strange and Wonderful Lost Amusement Parks of LA

Image via Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection Today Los Angeles is known for its enormous but sterile corporate amusement parks: the Disney parks, Universal Studios, and even Knott's...

"Philippe is a wedge-shaped 105-year-old cafeteria on the corner of North Alameda and Ord Streets that claims to have invented the French-dip sandwich. From the moment I saw the sawdust-covered floors, the uniformed ladies behind the counter, the wooden phone booths, the Dodgers game on the grainy TV, I knew this was something different from the plastic, sterile, sunny L.A. I’d expected. We shuffled forward with the rest of the customers—a mix of blue- and white-collars, bookies, hustlers…

America's Next Great City Is Downtown L.A.

"Philippe is a wedge-shaped 105-year-old cafeteria on the corner of North Alameda and Ord Streets that claims to have invented the French-dip sandwich. From the moment I saw the sawdust-covered floors, the uniformed ladies behind the counter, the wooden phone booths, the Dodgers game on the grainy TV, I knew this was something different from the plastic, sterile, sunny L.A. I’d expected. We shuffled forward with the rest of the customers—a mix of blue- and white-collars, bookies, hustlers…

In San Francisco there is a group of fruit lovers that practice guerilla grafting - they graft fruit bearing branches into fruitless ornamental trees across the Bay Area.  Considering the level of poverty in the city free access to fruit is a fantastic idea. With no means to afford a decent meal the homelesss would benefit from this. However guerrilla grafting is actually illegal.  In many populous areas urban foresters make it so that the fruit trees dont grow fruit in a way to keep fallen…

In San Francisco there is a group of fruit lovers that practice guerilla grafting - they graft fruit bearing branches into fruitless ornamental trees across the Bay Area. Considering the level of poverty in the city free access to fruit is a fantastic idea. With no means to afford a decent meal the homelesss would benefit from this. However guerrilla grafting is actually illegal. In many populous areas urban foresters make it so that the fruit trees dont grow fruit in a way to keep fallen…

The Mutant In a secret laboratory beneath L.A.'s streets, a group of top scientists worked on the ultimate biological weapon... daring to create what humans were never meant to know... The Monster Then the earthquake hit. It's epicenter: downtown L.A., a city now filled with twisted steel and mangled flesh- and terror. Because from it's sterile laboratory, something unspeakable had been freed...

The Mutant In a secret laboratory beneath L.A.'s streets, a group of top scientists worked on the ultimate biological weapon... daring to create what humans were never meant to know... The Monster Then the earthquake hit. It's epicenter: downtown L.A., a city now filled with twisted steel and mangled flesh- and terror. Because from it's sterile laboratory, something unspeakable had been freed...

From photographer, Richard Ovaduke's caption to his 2011 photo of the Apple Store on 14th St and 9th Ave: "The block today...sterile...soulless...totally devoid of any personality...on any day (or night) ... ..today you have a parade of loud and obnoxious tourists trying to "out-cool' each other ... willing to spend tons of cash on overpriced bullshit  .. Sad."  The Gansevoort Meat Market where Ovaduke worked was between Washington, West, Little West 12th, and Gansevoort streets.

How a Butcher Captured the Meatpacking District's Gritty Past

From photographer, Richard Ovaduke's caption to his 2011 photo of the Apple Store on 14th St and 9th Ave: "The block today...sterile...soulless...totally devoid of any personality...on any day (or night) ... ..today you have a parade of loud and obnoxious tourists trying to "out-cool' each other ... willing to spend tons of cash on overpriced bullshit .. Sad." The Gansevoort Meat Market where Ovaduke worked was between Washington, West, Little West 12th, and Gansevoort streets.

Brick Townhouse in Crown Heights Asks $1.695 Million

Brick Townhouse in Crown Heights Asks $1.695 Million

Welcome to the Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup, where we—you guessed it—take a look at the most notable Brooklyn townhouses on the market. Send 'em here.

As the ubiquitous all-white kitchen starts to look sterile, designers are thinking inky—with dark cabinetry, appliances and accessories

The Rise of the Black Kitchen

As the ubiquitous all-white kitchen starts to look sterile, designers are thinking inky—with dark cabinetry, appliances and accessories

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