This Week's Top Stories: This could be amazing! Curbed went inside the curvy skeleton of the under-construction Broad Art Museum in Downtown LA. So what can we expect when/if the LA River is returned to its natural state? Imagine fluffy bushes, strolling Angelenos, and less concrete. The Great Taxi Cab Revolution of 2013 has seen the state grant car sharing services Uber, Lyft and Sidecar the right to operate on our roads with some additional regulations. A spectacular Encino house, last decorated some time in the late 60s, has come on the market for the first time in 55 years. A new museum dedicated to the history of the suburban paradise known as the San Fernando Valley aka "The Valley", will be opening October 12 in Chatsworth. Meanwhile in the rest of current day Los Angeles, Curbed maps 25 projects currently in the works that will include towers of 20-stories or greater. In the continuing saga of everyone being jerked around by the NFL, discussion has resumed about locating a new stadium at Inglewood's Hollywood Park, because why not.