A group of thieves used the cover of the year-end celebration in Paris to hit an Apple store for one of the biggest computer hauls ever.
Crossing the road to get to Paris's famous Arc de Triomphe is not for the feint of heart. With 12 avenues converging to form up to 10 lanes of traffic going in an endless circle, trying to cross on foot probably means near certain death. That is, unless you have your own portable crosswalk.
As detailed by DisneyAndMore, Disneyland Paris' Captain EO Theatre and Pizza Planet Restaurant have a good chance of getting the bulldozer treatment. Once demolished, the two properties would then be used to revamp the existing Star Tours attraction — expanding it to a full blown Star Wars Land.
French artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard hand sewed 65,000 old CDs and laid them out on inflatable mounds to create a sea of discs. The purpose? To "reveal the precious aspect of a small daily object."
I'm lucky if I can get a paper airplane to stay up for five seconds, but a British team has plans to launch a paper plane into space...sort of.
You've gotta love the cahones that some architects have. I mean, designing a crazy building for a place where crazy buildings are the norm, such as Dubai, I can understand. But to design a crazy building that's meant to go...