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Kourtney Kardashian’s Dramatic Decor Reportedly Draws Buyer

Mar 28, 2014 by

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ZillowScott Disick said the Calabasas home’s decor looked like “Alice in Wonderland meets Beetlejuice.”
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By Emily Heffter

When Kourtney Kardashian listed her latest design project in January — a showcase of bold, graphic, black-and-white patterns — it wasn’t clear whether it would sell. Her own partner, Scott Disick, said it looked like “Alice in Wonderland meets Beetlejuice.” Now the Calabasas, Calif., mansion has reportedly sold in less than two months. According to the Los Angeles Times, the buyers paid an extra $ 125,000 for some of the furnishings.

Those who are keeping up with the Kardashians may already know about the mansion swapping that has made sisters Kourtney and Khloe neighbors in Calabasas. Kourtney and her family have reportedly upgraded to a 10,000-square-foot home they bought from former NFL start Keyshawn Johnson, putting them near sister Khloe Kardashian, who reportedly bought the home of problem neighbor Justin Bieber.

Kourtney’s custom-decorated East Coast-style traditional home at 25435 Prado De Las Peras in Calabasas is dramatic, with black-and-white wallpaper, flooring, paint and furnishings that give it a lush, modern feel. It has views of the city, marble bathrooms, three designer guest suites in addition to the master, and a detached library.

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Pot Smoking Draws Fire From Tenants, Landlords in Colorado

Jan 9, 2014 by

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Coloradans who think that the state’s recent legalization of marijuana now makes it OK to fire up a joint at home might be in for a shock. If they’re renting, they might be subject to a crackdown by landlords and protests from fellow tenants. Denver station KUSA already reports a flurry of contacts from renters in that state who are irritated by their neighbors smoking pot and, as seen in the video below, quotes an attorney from the Apartment Association of Colorado as saying that he’s been fielding calls from landlords as well.

Attorney Vic Sulzer told the TV station that Colorado’s Amendment 64 — legalizing the possession and use of a limited amount of marijuana — is “not going to change anything” as far as landlords’ rights are concerned: It’s up to them if they want to allow their tenants to smoke marijuana on their property. “A landlord’s lease has a provision that prohibits whatever landlord wants to prohibit,” Sulzer told KUSA. As AOL previously reported, that includes growing marijuana too.

In states such as California where marijuana use is permitted for medical reasons, landlords can prohibit the use of the drug for that purpose on their property. And despite what states may sanction, marijuana is still classified as an illegal substance under federal law, and is also subject to the same kind of local ordinances that now apply to smoking tobacco.


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