"Air" - Los Angeles, CA - January 23 & April 16 2015 - 7:06 & 7:56 pm - Altitude 10,000 feet / 3 km. Photo: Vincent Laforet

“Air” – Los Angeles, CA – January 23 & April 16 2015 – 7:06 & 7:56 pm – Altitude 10,000 feet / 3 km. Photo: Vincent Laforet

AIR: Los Angeles 10K – The City of Angels & Endless Sprawl: “Vincent Laforet’s series of cities photographed at night from a high-altitude helicopter has become a worldwide sensation. ‘The variance of the color of the lights is amazing! You can make out entire neighborhoods (richer and poorer) based on the color of the lights. The more affluent ones have brighter daylight (blue balanced) LED lights – whereas the older less modern sections are still bathed in the orange glow of sodium vapor lighting.’

“Very Strong” El Niño Is Coming: But Will It End the Drought? “Today’s revised estimates say there’s a “greater than 90% chance” that El Niño conditions will persist in the Northern Hemisphere this winter and an 80% chance they will last until the spring of 2016.” Will it bring flooding alongside drought relief?

The self-healing concrete that can fix its own cracks: “The green technology embeds self-activating bacteria into concrete to make it self-healing, but will it win over a risk-averse construction industry?”

The 10 Best Rooftop Bars in Los Angeles: “10 of the coolest rooftop bars in Los Angeles with incredible views, lush scenery, and delicious cocktails.”

Native Plant Walk at Audubon Center at Debs Park: “Come and spend your sunny mornings with butterflies, under cool native tree shades, as you learn how to identify plant at Ernest E. Debs Regional Park. A National Park Ranger will lead this short hike and help you learn about plant identification along with its importance to the environment!”

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