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Next American City 2015-07-01 11:00:00
Rio de Janeiro Metro (Photo by Thyristorchopper) Our weekly “New Starts” roundup of new and newsworthy transportation projects worldwide. Related Stories New Starts: Paris Gets Driverless Subways, Dhaka Gets an ElChicago Becomes First City to Apply for FTA’s Capacity-Boosting Transit GrantsLaying the Rails on Woodward AvenueHopes Rise Once Again for Abandoned Philadelphia Rail Line Rio Governor: BRT Won?t Cut It Several North American cities that …


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[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Fixtures & Interiors. ] Providing an elegant, robust, accessible and tree-friendly alternative to ladders or branches for climbing trunks, this spiral step solution lets you scale trees without harming them. Developed by Thor ter Kulve and Robert McIntyre, the CanopyStair uses lightweight birch plywood, adjustable …


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The cover story for the May 18 edition of The National Enquirer was headlined “Ben Storms Out!” Arriving on newsstands May 6, the article mentioned the D-word: Sources said Ben left his distraught wife after “a fight to end all fights” over Jen?s accusations about his sexy new movie co-star and concerns about his drinking and other compulsive behavior. Friends now fear the …


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The Huffington Post, which gets a big, fancy New York Times Magazine feature this weekend, recruits Karen Mahabir from the Associated Press, where she had been digital products producer. She’ll be managing editor of news, overseeing the assignment desk and helping to organize the growth of the global news units… Nigel M. Smith moves from Indiewire to The Guardian, where he’ll be …


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