Wired has a great story on Urban eXperiment in Paris titled The New French Hacker-Artist Underground. I’ve heard little bits about Untergunther through other stories via Urban Exploration, but Jon Lackman gives a fresh narrative to the information. UX’s most sensational caper (to be revealed so far, at least) was completed in 2006. A cadre […]
Photos of hiking Sturtevant falls, Angeles National Forest A month back we did a new (to us) hike to Sturtevant falls in Angeles National Forest. The trail head is at Chantry Flat, off Santa Anita Avenue in Arcadia. From there it drops down into the darkest and most lush SoCal valley I’ve been to. Black […]
Photos of the Cedar Creek Falls hike Your knees take a beating on the way there, your thighs on the climb back, but the Cedar Creek Falls hike (aka Devil’s Punchbowl) is lush and gorgeous this time of year. Bring water and expect to spend around 3 hours.
First up, some interesting newsy links: — Blood Oil – This is a really great story on a very bad situation, highly recommended. “Could a bunch of Nigerian militants in speedboats bring about a U.S. recession? Blowing up facilities and taking hostages, they are wreaking havoc on the oil production of America’s fifth-largest supplier. Deep […]
I learned here that Ninjalicious, the guy behind infiltration.org, has released a book: Access All Areas – A User’s Guide to the Art of Urban Exploration. However, I also learned this bit of sad news: Access All Areas is a fitting — and final — testament to his passion. Having been diagnosed with cancer last […]