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Art House on Rooftop; Rent Too Damn High to Not Sue; Celebs

SAN DIEGO, CALIF.—A work by the Korean artist Do Ho Suh has been installed on the roof of UC San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering in a process that looks like a behind-the-scenes pic from the movie Up! That's because the artwork, dubbed "Fallen Star," is, in fact, a house and accompanying yard tilted at a ten degree angle. [Architizer]

NEW YORK, N.Y.—Jimmy McMillan, the maniac mayoral candidate at the head of the now nationally-known "Rent Is 2 Damn High" party, is suing the New York Board of Elections for trying to keep the word "damn" off the ballot. He's also concerned that the party suffered from an inaccurate vote count in the last go-around and is "confident we received more than the 41,000 votes reported." [The Real Deal]

NEW YORK, N.Y.—After passing up many pricier townhouse options, acting duo Naomi Watts and Liev Schrieber have settled on a sprawling Tribeca loft as their new Manhattan home. The couple paid $3.95M for a pair of units that are set to be combined to form a 4,300-square-foot mega-loft with 13 windows and a flexible floor plan. [The Real Estalker]