Parishioners and the priest at St. James the Great Episcopal Church say the Episcopal Diocese of L.A. suddenly changed the locks two days ago.
Last week, a New York hi-rise raised hackles nationwide when it was revealed that the building’s developers got permission to build a so-called “Poor Door,” for people in the luxury building who weren’t paying top dollar.
If you’re looking for an unusual tropical vacation this time around, check out the world’s most incredible underwater hotel rooms.
Travel like a VIP in these private jets you can sort of afford…
The Century is a 42-story masterpiece with condominium residences boasting breathtaking views from downtown L.A. to the Pacific Ocean.
It’s 007 in 2012. And it will blow your mind. JetLev Southwest, opened only since July last year, will strap their $100,000 water-propelled jetpack on you, so you can blast yourself out of the Pacific. […]
A fire risk has forced Fisker Automotive to start 2012 off with a recall of its luxury electric cars.
Despite facing a deficit topping $25 billion, California has spent $5 million of taxpayer funds on luxury cars for elected officials, including a a $55,000 Cadillac and a $52,000 Lexus.
Every year in mid November carmakers flock to the L.A. Convention Center to unveil their latest production and concept vehicles. Get an inside look at the 2010 L.A. Auto Show, open to the public November 19-28, 2010.
A police investigation was under way Monday in the death of a toddler who plunged from a third-level luxury box at Staples Center after a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game.