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The design uses weighted lines to show which buses come more often than others.
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Del Webb, the country’s biggest builder of “active adult” housing, is changing its formula to appeal to Baby Boomers.
Even wee ones need a break from the city bustle.
Let a feline guide show you around the city of Onomichi.
Gloriously popping graphics show CO2 transport, real-time earthquakes, space trash, and tons of other neat stuff.
The system would capture plastic garbage making up the Pacific Ocean’s “vortex” of trash.
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One artist is taking neighborliness on the road.
Not even the Baltimore Orioles wanted to keep the neglected B&O Warehouse—until Eric Moss came to town in 1987.
It took a reporter 14 hours (and 54 transfers) to cover the 155-mile ride.
It’s the first U.S. building to implement technology that Japan has been using for more than 20 years.
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The South Carolina Governor’s speech on equality is at odds with real life in a state facing some of the deepest racial divides.
After a major flood, this Indian city decided it would not allow itself to become a disaster statistic once again.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against businesses that charge an extra 3 percent to cover employee healthcare.
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