Sunday, March 20, 2016

Link roundup

1. "Downtown LA's Broad Museum to begin charging admission to some exhibits"

"It did strike me as weird to some degree because we all know that the Broad has made it a real point of pride that they’re offering free admission to the L.A. community and beyond," said Jori Finkel, arts writer for the New York Times.


Built on government-owned land
2. Papa's Maze prints.

3. "Dozens of Vancouver-area real estate firms are failing to comply with federal anti-money-laundering laws that require them to identify who their clients are and where their money comes from"
It decided to step up scrutiny over worries that money primarily from China is being laundered through Vancouver real estate.