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Next American City 2015-02-27 20:48:00
A “Boston Living With Water” design finalist (Credit: Boston Living with Water) Bostonians are fervently wishing for increased water right now ? if you mean the kind of flowing H2O that comes from melting snow. But plans for the future march on amid winter crises. Related Stories 5 Cities That Will Benefit From Climate ChangeRotterdam Has a Plan to Disseminate Its Climate …


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Contemporist 2015-02-26 06:28:44
The kitchen and dining area of this home, designed by StudioFour. is a visually distinct palette that includes black cabinets, a white countertop and island, and a natural wood table. continue reading


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Next American City 2015-02-26 12:00:00
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie greets a construction worker in Camden. (AP Photo/Mel Evans) Camden, New Jersey, has a well-documented jobs problem. The unemployment rate reported in December 2014 was 11.7 percent ? almost twice the state average of 6.2 percent. Related Stories Jobs Program Adds Hope and Healing to Tech TrainingWelcome to Temp Town, U.S.ALebanon’s Population Already What It Was Projected to …


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Next American City 2015-02-27 18:43:00
(Photo by Anthony Quintano) Real estate fund manager CIM Group has to pay New York City more than $4 million, thanks to an eyeing from the government. Related Stories Oil and Blood: Census Says Energy Boomtowns Are the Fastest-Growing Metro AreasDe Blasio Administration Vows to End the “Poor Door”New Yorkers Still Need a Rent FreezeA New Affordable Housing Plan Puts de Blasio Just …


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Contemporist 2015-02-28 13:02:31
MCK Architects designed an extension to an existing house in Sydney, Australia. continue reading


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Unbeige 2015-02-26 04:30:54
This week’s episode of As the Condé Nast World Turns, delivered by New York Post senior writer Kirsten Fleming, is mainly about food. On the plus side, the Condé Nast cafeteria at 1WTC is now open for business, filling the void created by a lack of nearby coffee shops. On the minus side, someone with access to a kitchen shared by Vogue …


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Contemporist 2015-02-26 08:58:06
Keisuke Maeda of architecture firm UID has designed COSMIC, a house in Japan. Photo © Hiroshi Ueda continue reading


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Climate Progress 2015-02-26 22:07:06
Miners shovel coal at a north China mine near a power plant and chemical factory. CREDIT: AP/Oded Balilty China cut its coal consumption 2.9 percent in 2014, the first drop this century. Domestic coal production fell 2.5 percent. As we reported last year, the Chinese government announced in November it would cap coal use by 2020. The new data raise the possibility the …


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Unbeige 2015-02-28 14:30:11
Here?s a look at the posts that made the most buzz the past seven days. Bill O’Reilly Threatens NY Times Reporter Cover Battle: Maxim or Newsweek And the Wackiest Oscar Headline Goes to… Elite Daily Readers: Elite Daily is Not a Good News Source Breaking Down the New NY Times Mag Keep up-to-date with the latest FishbowlNY news. Click here to sign up for the daily newsletter, bringing you …


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Unbeige 2015-02-28 15:08:21
The New York Observer is dropping the best part of its title ? New York ? from the paper’s website. The site is now branded as “Observer” for the same reasons The New York Daily News expanded its site in 2012 ? to attract a more widespread readership. “The Observer is no longer simply the web version of the New York Observer newspaper,” wrote …


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Contemporist 2015-02-28 21:34:45
Architectkidd have designed a house for a Swiss family living in Bang Saray, Thailand. continue reading


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Next American City 2015-03-02 19:13:00
Othello Station in Seattle (Photo by Oran Viriyincy) In January, Washington State Senator Bob Hasegawa introduced a short, simple bill requiring transit authorities to mitigate the impact of new transit facilities on parking for nearby residents through subsidized parking permits and other means. Sen. Hasegawa?s 11th District serves parts of South Seattle and several suburbs that have been impacted by Seattle?s …


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Vermont Architect 2015-02-26 21:47:19
I took a shot at writing down my own thoughts about the Greenfield project I?m doing for my wife?s folks. Sometimes I have so many half-baked ideas in my head that writing them down creates a jelling effect and helps me to clarify and focus my efforts. I?m planning on documenting this project to a much higher level than I have …


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Climate Progress 2015-02-26 21:00:59
CREDIT: Shutterstock Food waste is costing the global economy billions each year, and governments should act quickly to reduce it if they want to save money and scale back their carbon emissions, according to a new report. The report, published this week by the U.K.-based Waste & Resources Action Program (WRAP), found that if countries made a point of reducing their food …


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