Sponsored By 0 Real Estate The inside includes six separate bedroom-bathroom suites and the outside includes everything from an outdoor kitchen to a pool. Chris Lindahl , Patch Staff Posted Reply CALABASAS, CA — Looking for a place you never have to leave? This Calabasas estate may be it. With six bedroom-bathroom suites, a guest house and fully loaded grounds — complete with a pool and spa — this $19.95 million home is brimming with amenities. Check out more information and plenty of photos below. Address: 25242 Prado Del Grandioso, Calabasas, CA Price: $19950000 Square feet: 14513 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 9 Listing Description: The Estates at The Oaks. This spectacular home is nestled near the end of quiet cul-de-sac and features approximately 15,000 square feet of superb quality and true luxury living. Step through the entry door into a foyer with 30' soaring ceilings and adjoining … [Read more...] about Calabasas Estate Offers Luxe Living Inside And Out For $19.95M
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Has New York Reached Peak Pork?
The chef Silvia Garcia-Nevado had just launched into a description of the jamón Ibérico at Bar Vinazo , a new Spanish wine bar in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood, the other night when a cook came by and tapped her on the shoulder. “Sorry to interrupt,” he said, looking anxiously at a nearby wooden stand cradling a leg of partially carved Cinco Jotas ham. “There are more orders for the Cinco. Do you want … me to slice it?” Garcia-Nevado considered this only for a moment. (The Cinco Jotas, which retails to restaurants for a little over $1,000 per leg, and which is cured in Atlantic sea salt in southwestern Spain, requires a specific carving technique to elicit its uniquely nutty, juicy flavor.) Then she shook her head no, and darted off to resume her position at the ham, where she spent much of the rest of the night wielding a long, thin carving knife as though it were a bow and she was first chair violin. Suddenly, specialty cured pork seems to be on every other menu in … [Read more...] about Has New York Reached Peak Pork?
Perfect Patio Space At This $2.2M Newport Beach Home
Sponsored By 0 Real Estate This four-bedroom, three-bathroom Newport Beach home offers lots of indoor and outdoor living space. Miranda Ceja , Patch Staff Posted Reply NEWPORT BEACH, CA — Do you have big dreams of living steps away from the shores in Newport Beach? This four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is located in the Newport Shores Community of Newport Beach and just hit the market for $2,299,900. Welcome to 222 Colton Street. This home boasts new upgrades, a built-in jacuzzi area and a seamless indoor-outdoor layout. The primary suite is off the front of the home and offers soaring ceilings, a walk-in closet and a spacious front balcony. Address: 222 Colton Street, Newport Beach, CA Price: $2299900 Square feet: 1892 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3 Listing Description: Exceptional living awaits in this 4 Bedroom 2.5 bath gorgeous beach home in the highly sought after Newport … [Read more...] about Perfect Patio Space At This $2.2M Newport Beach Home
Living In Circles In Round Houses In CA, FL And IL: How Much House
Sponsored By 0 Real Estate A round house in Florida survived Hurricane Ian. In a star-studded California enclave, guests walk in circles. In Illinois, plan to hunt. Beth Dalbey , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply ACROSS AMERICA — There are some advantages, at least theoretically, to living in a round house. Contractors and companies that build and sell them tout the energy efficiency that comes with a simple shape, an aerodynamic design that’s better able to withstand high winds and hurricanes, and acoustics that soften sounds. But would you feel like you’re just walking around in circles? Or that you’re stuck on a merry-go-round that won’t spin? This week in How Much House , we looked at round homes in California, Florida and Illinois. The estimated monthly cost to live in each of the featured properties is based on a 20 percent down payment and a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at current … [Read more...] about Living In Circles In Round Houses In CA, FL And IL: How Much House
He Acted Out a Charades Clue Three Years Later
Katie Dawn Schad and Adam Robert Purdy began a fun, flirty friendship a decade after they bumped into each other at their dorm their first week at Wesleyan in 2009. “I have an aunt and uncle who live in Studio City,” Mr. Purdy said, as soon as Ms. Schad mentioned she was from that part of Los Angeles. “Have you ever been to Beeman Park?” He grew up in Montclair, N.J. “Yeah, maybe,” she said, of the small neighborhood park. And, that was that. The two, like other freshman athletes, had arrived at Clark Hall early — he was an All-American goalie for the soccer team freshman year, and she was on the volleyball team, and its captain senior year. “Our friend groups collided regularly,” Mr. Purdy said. So they often showed up at the same fraternity and house parties, hung out at the Nest bar, or just sat around Foss Hill. Although they never got close at school, and dated other people, Mr. Purdy said that even then her “distinct laugh and hilarity stood out.” She and … [Read more...] about He Acted Out a Charades Clue Three Years Later
Will Google’s AI Plans Destroy the Media?
Photo-Illustration: Intelligencer; Photo: Getty Images Early this year, Google teased a fundamental change to its core product, the search engine through which much of the world accesses the web. Soon, the company said, Google would start using AI to “distill complex information and multiple perspectives into easy-to-digest formats.” By May, the company had a real product to share. For Google, it was an obvious and incremental feature update combining two of the company’s products: a text generator plugged into a search engine, basically. Searchers ask a question, and Google tries to answer it with short, article-style “snapshots.” For publishers, however — of news, how-to content, reviews, recommendations, reference material, and a range of other content one might describe as existing to “distill complex information and multiple perspectives into easy-to-digest formats” — it looked like nothing less than an existential crisis. Google was getting into content, automating the … [Read more...] about Will Google’s AI Plans Destroy the Media?