This is the Smith tower. And its got a penthouse that you want to live in. Here's the family that lives in it. Everything's fine except getting in to the place is a bit of a little adventure:
To get to the penthouse apartment, the family rides up 35 stories past mostly vacant office suites, debarks next to an observation deck and a Chinese-themed banquet room, passes through a portal marked "private residence," and climbs two stories into the neo-Gothic pyramid.
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A common misconception and belief most people have when they lose weight, is that fat just gets burned off. Some believe it even gets turned into muscle. But new research published in the British Medical Journal is suggesting otherwise. Read more
Derby could never really run his entire life. He was born with deformed front legs. So to help him finally realize the joy of running, his humans and a 3D printing company designed a special loop-shaped prosthetic to let him do what he'd always wanted: run. Read more