Adrian Glick Kudler

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Luxury developer Mohamed Hadid has spent years building a mansion in Bel Air.

Developer faces criminal charges for building $100 million home in Bel Air

Luxury developer Mohamed Hadid has spent years building a mansion in Bel Air.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

One Malibu dream home might be enough for Barbie, but it’s not enough for U2’s David Evans, aka “The Edge.”

The Edge's Controversial Land Deal

One Malibu dream home might be enough for Barbie, but it’s not enough for U2’s David Evans, aka “The Edge.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In Beverly Hills this week, hundreds of people showed up at a city council meeting... for a vote on a dog park.

Beverly Hills Dog Park Approved

In Beverly Hills this week, hundreds of people showed up at a city council meeting... for a vote on a dog park.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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