The cuisine and the look of Grand Central Market are changing; End of an era? Or a mix of vendors and cultures that shows LA at its best? Plus, we take a look at how software is revolutionizing skyscrapers; and lawn wars in a California suburb.
Is Grand Central Market Becoming Too Grand?; Goodbye Flat Top Towers
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Is Grand Central Market Becoming Too Grand?
Grand Central Market, the food hall on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, has been around almost a hundred years, but dramatic changes have occurred in the past eighteen...
Software, Skyscrapers and Goodbye to Stumpy Towers in L.A.
The city of Los Angeles has just cast out an old rule that mandated that skyscrapers have helipads on their roofs. The result: very few rooftop rescues and a skyline of...