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How to regrip golf clubs
Knowing how to regrip golf clubs means you can afford to replace them as and when they need replacing rather than when you’ve saved up enough
Top 10 Ways to Be A Star (Horse Riding) Student
You’ve booked your lesson. You’ve paid your money (or will right after the lesson). You’re taking the time and you’ve spent effort getting your horse ready. So now you THINK…
93 school cafeterias with perfect 100 health inspection scores
Our school cafeterias work hard to serve great, fresh food to Metro Schools students everyday and follow the food preparation and safety criteria set by the Metro Public Health Department. We expec…
Collector Car Auction Top 10 Results
List of top 10 sales from past Mecum Collector Car auctions.
Top tech cars of the Chicago Auto Show: Honda Pilot leads the pack
More luxurious Pilot won't steal Acura sales, Honda says. Right. Ford makes Explorer better for cops: the best J-turn cop car ever?
What Cops Do When No One Is Watching: The Truth About The Blue Code of Silence.
I am here to tell you there is a “code of silence”…but it is not what you think. The law enforcement profession has long been accused of…
How to Plant Bare Root Trees at arborday.org
Guide for planting, heeling, and transplanting trees, as well as information about dormant trees.
How 5 siblings pleading to stay together as a family became a ‘great crisis’
Kansas youngsters ages 2 to 11 are looking for a family who will keep them together. Viral response clogs AdoptKSKids website in what organizer calls a “great crisis to have.”
Why Aren’t We Building Middle Income Housing?
Posted by Rick Jacobus on February 21, 2017 In a previous Shelterforce blog post , I argued that we cannot give up hope that the market will build middle-income housing. Granted, over the past decade, most new housing has been built in the luxury segment of the market, yet some argue that this isnât a problem because the luxury housing naturally "filters" down and eventually offers everyone the benefit of lower rents and prices. I agree that refusing to build luxury housing (in the face of rising demand from wealthy households) will only make the housing problem worse for everyone else, but exclusively building luxury housing is no strategy for addressing the housing problems of low-income or even middle-income people For low-income residents in high cost areas, there is no substitute for…