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How To Use The New High Rise Card Readers

Recently, the high rises have switched to a new gate entry system, sparking confusion and fear in these uncertain times. Luckily, guest columnist Tristrum Tuttle is here with a handy how-to guide for the new card readers: 311 more words


Flames Pour Out Of High-Rise Apartment Building In Riverside

RIVERSIDE (CBSLA.com) – Two hundred people were displaced Thursday after a five-alarm fire tore through a senior living facility located in a high-rise building.

According to the Riverside Fire Department, crews responded to the 3900 block of Tenth Street around 1 a.m. 101 more words


Looks like the rots set in.

‘High-Rise’ – Ben Wheatley, 2015

Opening your film with the casual consumption of a BBQ’d dog is a sure fire way to grab an audiences attention. 472 more words

Los Angeles Commercial Construction Supply & Demand, 2016-2017

As we’re coming to the “homestretch” of 2016, Contractors all over Southern California are still busier than ever! Working days, nights and weekends, 6-7 days a week, 8-10 hours a day just to try and keep up with the demand. 598 more words

Novius is my Neighbour

I first read J. G. Ballard’s novel High Rise more than twenty years ago.  In common with most of Ballard’s ‘dystopian’ fiction, his ideas were good but his characters always struck me as being one-dimensional, without a past and a future, not people whom you would meet in any context.  446 more words


High Rise (2015)

2016.93: High Rise (Amazon VOD)

About the only thing this film seems to get ‘right’, that at least makes it interesting enough to stomach all the way through its interminable two hours, is its cool-1970s aesthetic; the sets, the costumes, the hair styles, its all like some kind of strange alternate-1970’s universe, as if its all set a few years after… 426 more words