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What's going on? City bringing in better fill dirt to Hannibal neighborhood
Hannibal Street Department personnel were removing dirt Monday morning from an alley located between Hope and Chestnut streets.
There's a 20-year gap in life expectancy in different neighborhoods in Baltimore. This researcher...
Michael Marmot, author of the new book "The Health Gap," explains why.
Seattle may drop speed limits to 25 mph on arterials, 20 mph in neighborhoods
City officials began Tuesday to roll out a plan to reduce speed limits on downtown and residential streets.
Why your neighborhood pool might not open this year
Recreation departments across the country are having a hard time finding qualified lifeguards.
Why dollar stores are bad business for the neighborhoods they open in
They’re affordable, but often lack fresh and healthy food–and gut local and independently owned businesses.
What Happens When a Homeless Shelter Opens in a Gentrifying Neighborhood?
A shelter opening in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, has some residents outraged.
What your neighborhood gynecologist wants you to know: An open letter to patients
No matter how overdue your pap smear is or how long you have been putting this off, I won’t get mad. I’m not your mother. You are here now – let’s see what we can do to get things back on track No matter how uncomfortable this whole thing is – don’t worry. You don’t need to feel nervous or feel weird. It’s not bothering me. I really have seen it all before, and it’s okay. You are absolutely allowed to ask “dumb”…
How did your neighborhood vote in L.A.’s open House race?
Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez and former L.A. city planning commissioner Robert Lee Ahn, both Democrats, are set to meet in a runoff for an open U.S. House seat after Tuesday’s primary election. Some ballots are still being counted, but preliminary results show Gomez led the large field by racking up big margins in Eagle Rock, Highland Park and L.A.’s Eastside, areas he represents in the statehouse. The…
VE Top 50
The VE Top 50 is a composite method to identify the top firms in the VE program by measuring engagement and achievement of targeted initiatives throughout the year The February and March reviews of firm operations are now complete! Firms are listed in alphabetical order by firm name.* If you have any questions or comments about this list, please reach out to Wendy Schmitt at firstname.lastname@example.org…
Here's what Amazon employees can expect from their new neighborhood when HQ2 opens in Crystal...
We visited the neighborhood in Northern Virginia where 25,000 Amazon employees will one day work.
How Akbar Has Managed to Stay Open — and Relevant — for 20 Years in a Gentrifying Neighborhood
Back in the ‘70s and ‘80s, long before it was a hipster haven replete with cheese stores and upscale coffee shops, Silver Lake was a center for L.A.’s gay leather community. That all began changing in the ‘90s, and the chipping away at that subculture has continued ever since. Over...
Embattled bar in Lowry Hill neighborhood facing eviction proceedings even before it has opened
An eviction notice was filed last week by 1933 Lyndale, LLC, listed as the owner of the property at 1925 Lyndale Avenue South. It alleges that Red Star Group, LLC - which planned to open a LGBTQ bar known as Cheers - owes $21,625.56 in unpaid rent and fees ...
Weve come a long way
The 2015 spring turkey season was, as of this writing, a total bust for me, as I have been neck-deep in the moving process to a new house that the wife and I have been building and dealing with for some months now.
How One Kansas City Neighborhood Opened Doors, And The Leaders Who Called It Home
Sheraton Estates was the first place in Kansas City, Mo., where African-Americans sought out to build new homes south of 27th Street. The suburban-style
Why We Remember VE Day
I don’t know how many years I have been writing a blog post for this day, which probably means I’ve written it a few times. I know that each year it gets harder to write about the same …
How to make your neighborhood more magical
VES Summit: What's Your Favorite Roundtable?
Josh Scherr, Writer, Naughty Dog Josh Scherr has been a staff writer at Naughty Dog since early 2014 and is currently co-writing UNCHARTED 4: A THIEF’S END. Prior to his new role, he led the award-winning cinematics team for the first three UNCHARTED games as well as the JAK & DAXTER series. Josh has worn a number of proverbial hats over his 15 years at Naughty Dog, including story development and writing on the first two Full Bio
VE Day: how we celebrated across Europe
After years of horror, we British marked the end of World War II some 70 years ago with a day to remember
Answer Man: Hormones moo-ve on over at Kemps
Dear Answer Man,The local Kemps dairy sells its milk with a label stating that their farmers pledge that they do not use artificial growth hormones. Does this apply to all