Room With A Mountain View In Downtown Of Shanghai

A residential building in Shanghai’s Changning District has a distinctly different view in the concrete jungle. Those looking out the window will have the view of a 50-meter high mountain! Continue reading »

Snapshots Of Stripteasers From The 1980s At Downtown Los Angeles Venues

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The following images are from a collection of over one thousand 35mm negatives made in 1984 by an amateur photographer known only as “B. Mason.” They were subsequently abandoned, and later discovered in an Echo Park garage in 2005, in a stack of withered, moldy envelopes from different one-hour photo labs.

Hidden inside those envelopes was an encyclopedic collection of exotic dancers from the 1980s at several downtown Los Angeles venues: The Dragon Lady, The Cameo and The Last Call. Continue reading »

A 350 Meter-long Waterslide Has Been Installed In Downtown Of Seoul

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A man on a shark-shaped float enjoys a ride on a 350-meter (1148 feet) long water slide during 2015 City Silde Festa in central Seoul, South Korea, July 19, 2015. A 350 meter-long waterslide has been installed in downtown of Seoul, the longest waterslide to be recorded in Korea, according to local media. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)
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Volunteers Yarn Bomb Downtown San Mateo


United American Bank volunteer Sharon Ingram, right, attaches a hand knit sweater around a tree on 3rd Avenue in San Mateo, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013. The Downtown Art Project paired vlolunteers from sponsor United American Bank with local artists to install the sweaters on 35 trees and saftey pylons along the road in downtown San Mateo. (John Green/Bay Area News Group) Continue reading »

Canada Goose Nests on Downtown Milwaukee Bridge

Michael and Michelle Schwade stand with their two kids, Samuel 4, and Ellie 1, while looking at a Canada goose that has taken up residence on near the Wisconsin Ave. Bridge on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. The goose is near to the statues dedicated to Gertie the duck who made international news when she built her nest next to the same bridge in 1945 and captured the attention of Milwaukee at the end of the war. A statue commemorating “Gertie the Duck” sits on the other side of the bridge. The goose has several eggs she is sitting on. (Mike De Sisti) Continue reading »