Helped along by record-setting temperatures, several wildfires are burning throughout Southern California and have forced many residents to abandon their homes. One fire near Azusa has already burned 2,000 acres and is "zero percent" contained.
Designed by prominent local architect Robert Ainsworth in 1961, the 1,399-square-foot live/work space has concrete floors, high ceilings, roll-up doors, and lots of natural light—but you can forget about sliding down a firepole. Rent is $3000.
Shaded by mature pine trees, the 1950s home in unincorporated Kinneloa Canyon has four bedrooms, three updated baths, multiple fireplaces, a rustic game room, and a kidney-shaped pool. Asking price is $1.625 million.
The new Gold Line Foothill Extension is attracting a lot of riders, including plenty of new public transit users. Even Metro's CEO is surprised at how many people are using the new line--up to 32,000 riders per week.
The CicLAvia-style open streets event would close 17 miles of roads across multiple cities to cars and meet up with some of the new stations on the recently opened extension of the Gold Line light rail.