MotoArt Builds $30,000 Tables with Recycled Airplane Parts

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MotoArt owners Donovan Fell and David Hall

MotoArt owners Donovan Fell, left, and David Hall at their garage in El Segundo

For more than a decade, Donovan Fell and Dave Hall have driven to the Mojave Desert to chop up old airplanes and turn them into furniture that costs more than your car.

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What’s it like to fly the Goodyear blimp?

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Goodyear pilots Taylor Laverty and Kristen Arambula

Goodyear pilots Kristen Arambula and Taylor Laverty snap a selfie over the 2015 Rose Parade on Thursday.

Flying for Goodyear is a coveted position in the pilot community.

There are only about 40 full-time blimp pilot jobs around the country. Hundreds apply every time there is an opening at Goodyear.

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Goodyear celebrates 60 years of aerial coverage

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Good Year blimp at Rose Bowl 1955

The Goodyear blimp hovers over the 1955 Rose Parade, the first nationally broadcast live aerial shot.

The Federal Aviation Administration is still wringing its hands about the commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles, but manned blimps have had the FAA’s blessing for over half a century.

Goodyear is celebrating its 60th year of aerial coverage of the Tournament of Roses in Pasadena tomorrow.

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Robot flies coach from LAX to Germany

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Computer scientists flew a human-size robot developed at USC to a research lab in Germany.

Computer scientists flew a human-size robot developed at USC to a research lab in Germany. Booking a seat was cheaper than sending it as freight.

The robots are coming… and they’re flying economy class.

Researchers from the University of Southern California checked a human-size robot onto an LAX flight Monday to save money on shipping costs.

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Boeing to layoff another 360 workers in Southern California

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The last Boeing C-17 cargo plane making its way through the Boeing factory in Long Beach.

The last C-17 cargo plane making its way through the Boeing factory in Long Beach, which will close next year.

Boeing plans to layoff 360 employees at three of its Southern California locations between Dec. 12 and New Year’s Day, bringing total job losses for 2014 to more than 1,600.

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TSA screeners at LAX have their hands full — of knives and machetes

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This morning I got to snoop around the storage room at LAX where TSA agents dump all the weapons they confiscate at security gates.

The number of knives, swords, wooden bludgeons, toy guns and cork screws is STAGGERING.

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