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Who's the Tuners, G?

Who’s the Tuners, G?

This is the vid I’d figured would lead the import scene coverage. Josh Payton, who was responsible for anything you liked about how the Underground site looked, shot some of the HIN footage. Josh focused largely on the spokesmodels, in keeping with the general spirit of the event.

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Win Friends and Influence People, Drive an Art Car

Win Friends and Influence People, Drive an Art Car

To those rolling in flashy cars, a suggestion: Glue polyurethaned breakfast burritos, blowup dolls and slinky toys all over your precious rides; action-paint them in homage to Jackson Pollock; modify their bodies to resemble slabs of sashimi and shadow Kikkoman delivery trucks around town.

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Windward Circle Arts Building (Steven Ehrlich Architects)

Windward Circle Arts Building (Steven Ehrlich Architects)

1988 by Steven Ehrlich Architects

Commissioned to design three Windward Circle buildings at Venice’s center, preeminent Venice architect Steven Ehrlich created structures that allude to historic Venice, California and Italy. The Windward Circle Arts Building references the towers and loggias of the original City of Water. It also refers, in scale, situation and façade, to the site’s original Antlers Hotel.

Windward Circle
Venice, California

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Winehouse Relative Insists Suspicious White Stuff Around Nose “Runs In Family”

Former anesthesiologist-to-the-stars and distant Amy Winehouse relative Nigel Gaye-Lewis has offered an explanation for the suspicious white stuff so often photographed around the soul singer’s nose.

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Writer's Cottage

Writer’s Cottage

Circa TK

Lush growth shields this canals cottage from those who would read over shoulders.

Canals
Venice, California

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Yellow Cottage

Yellow Cottage

Venice, California

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Young Great White Reaches Cabo in Record Time

Young Great White Reaches Cabo in Record Time (Barely Beats Carload of Cougars)

Experts are expressing amazement that a young great white shark, released in February from the Monterey Aquarium, arrived in Pacific Ocean waters off Baja’s Cabo San Lucas in record time (and, coincidentally, just in time for spring break). “Where does any man-eater go this time of year?” said Ellen Barkin, as she careened into Cabo with a carload of cougars.

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