Yeah, fuck ’em. This is the 21st century. Right, Millennial voters?
The Pacific Palisades estate of Nobel Prize-winning author Thomas Mann, once referred to as “the house that Death in Venice built,” is for sale, and is marketed as a tear-down. Mann connection aside, the Los Angeles Times reports the house is of great architectural importance, having been designed by architect J.R. Davidson—a Neutra contemporary who designed three Case Study Houses, and who, like Mann, was a German transplant to Southern California.
Hey, did you hear that this new Burbank airport terminal is a “done deal”?!!! That’s reason enough to vote for it!