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The Sheats Goldstein Residence — Donated to Los Angeles County Museum of Art

In this episode of DIGStv we talk with fashion icon and NBA superfan, James Goldstein, often known for his eclectic fashion sense and his persistent courtside attendance to Lakers and Clippers games in Los Angeles.

James Goldstein’s home is perhaps what he’s most well known for, coined the Sheats Goldstein Residence, which is a property with a star-studded history. Appearing in The Big Lebowski, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, fashion magazines the world over, and numerous music videos including Snoop Dogg and Pharrell William’s 2004 hit “Let’s Get Blown,” Nelly and Jeremiah’s 2015 hit “The Fix” and many others, its most easily recognized by its triangular architecture.

This home has hosted a huge number of Hollywood elites, private parties and the private club included on the property can be rented out at your leisure for $25,000 a night! We talk with James about the story of this incredible home and the decision to donate the home to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

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Architect Design Build — Homes As a Work of Art

DIGStv sits down with famed artist and graphic designer John Van Hamersveld, creator of The Endless Summer film poster. Also, an inside look at the Thom Mayne and Pritzker price winning architectural masterpiece in Hermosa Beach, California.

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Los Angeles Lakers Head Coach Byron Scott

Byron Scott’s leadership style as a coach is embedded with the experience of having been one of the guys lacing up his sneakers and heading onto the court each night. The difference between being a player and a coach? Shifting from a singular perspective to a collective one.