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The city is forging ahead with an unprecedented single-bin combined waste collection and recycling plan. But it may want to reconsider ditching tried-and-true methods.
Some swim around the turbines in a grid fashion, probably hunting for prey.
A new National Geographic TV series captures pedestrians navigating—and ignoring—signs indicating a cell-free zone.
MARTA sees real estate as a gateway to better train and bus service.
Don't forget to drop off your rent check on aisle 12.
A Walmart and a Chick-fil-A could replace some of the last remaining pine rocklands in the world.
We will go back. And researchers have discovered pits that could provide great shelter.
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One designer thinks his version of the notorious 1972 subway map wouldn't bother as many New Yorkers.
Grosse Pointe Park has put up a massive barn at its city limits—and its not the first structure that blocks a route through the border.
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