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Unbeige 2015-05-22 13:00:04
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Next American City 2015-05-22 12:30:00
Terreform?s Bio City Map (Credit: Terreform ONE [Open Network Ecology]) United Nations? projections for the explosion of Earth?s human population in the next century are monopoly-money high. We?re at seven billion and according to the UN, we?ll soon hit 11 billion. The numbers, impossible to comprehend, feel fake. Will the difference even be noticeable? Will all landmasses on Earth be packed …


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Contemporist 2015-05-22 12:02:53
Swatt Miers Architects have designed a home at a family’s vineyard in Windsor, California. continue reading


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Climate Progress 2015-05-22 12:00:53
Crews from Patriot Environmental Services collect oil-covered seaweed and sand from the shoreline at Refugio State Beach, north of Goleta, Calif., Wednesday, May 20, 2015. A broken onshore pipeline spewed oil down a storm drain and into the ocean for several hours Tuesday before it was shut off, creating a slick some 4 miles long about 20 miles west of …


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Next American City 2015-05-22 11:00:00
The National Trust for Historic Preservation reports that a mix of older, smaller buildings make for more vibrant, walkable communities, like on this streetscape in Washington D.C. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) In the gentrification wars, preservationists are often pitted against affordable housing advocates, as is evidenced in the recent debates about height limits in D.C. Related Stories Why Preservationists Are Mapping Detroit’s Historic …


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Unbeige 2015-05-22 10:00:32
Towards the end of The Virginian-Pilot’s announcement that Steve Gunn will take over as the paper’s editor June 8, there is this tidbit: Gunn also was once the country’s third-ranked Monopoly player. Say what? Perhaps once Gunn steps into the job, he will consider carrying over to the newsroom some of the structure of the famous Parker Brothers board game. Select journalists for …


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Unbeige 2015-05-22 05:00:32
As always, it’s a thought-provoking list. Michael Bloomberg sits at #12, while exiting Daily Show host Jon Stewart is #18 (something he will surely comment on post-Memorial Day). There is only one journalist ? three-time Pulitzer winner Thomas Friedman. The Post has a sidebar interview with the New York Times columnist, which offers this intriguing assessment: But probably his most notable work is …


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Unbeige 2015-05-22 04:00:55
The list of Manhattan media companies being visited this week and next by USC School of Journalism director Willow Bay (pictured), USC School of Communication director Sarah Banet-Weiser and 16 students is impressive. It’s the school’s first-ever “Maymester” and includes stops at The New York Times, MSNBC, Time Inc., The Huffington Post and ABC News. Bay, who joined USC in March 2014, was focused …


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