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In November 1966, the Gemini 12 spacecraft, carrying two astronauts, splashed down in the Pacific. The four-day mission was a triumph, proving that humans could work in outer space, and even step into the great unknown, albeit tethered to their spacecraft. It catapulted the US...

Michael Sorkin, a revolutionary architect whose ideas aimed far higher than the most ambitious skyscrapers, passed away on March 29 after contracting COVID-19. A born academic with an innate talent for art, design and engineering, he held degrees from the University of Chicago, Columbia University and...

"Our vision is to move the brand beyond curating and selling product to conceptualizing and selling ...

Donald Alwyn Innis San Diego Donald Alwyn Innis Sr., 88, has passed away of natural causes. Innis designed several notable San Diego landmarks, including the 1970s total overhaul and remodeling of the historic Broadway Pier,...