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architizer:

(Meet the Frenchman Who Pretended to Be a Licensed Architect for 30 Years)
velominati:

Happy Friday.

velominati:

Happy Friday.

npr:

"Startups Pitch Cricket Flour As The Best Protein You Could Eat" via Alexander McCall
Image: Meredith Rizzo/NPR
ecowatchorg:

Are Cancer Rates Elevated Near Texas Fracking Sites?
For the past four years, residents of Flower Mound—a suburb of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas—have been concerned about what they see as an unexplained rise in cancer diagnoses in their community.
SEE MORE:
http://ecowatch.com/2014/08/06/are-cancer-rates-elevated-texas-fracking-sites/

What ever happened to Don’t Mess With Texas?

ecowatchorg:

Are Cancer Rates Elevated Near Texas Fracking Sites?

For the past four years, residents of Flower Mound—a suburb of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas—have been concerned about what they see as an unexplained rise in cancer diagnoses in their community.

SEE MORE:

http://ecowatch.com/2014/08/06/are-cancer-rates-elevated-texas-fracking-sites/

What ever happened to Don’t Mess With Texas?

deepsection:

Portland, right?
~ The Deep Section

deepsection:

Portland, right?

~ The Deep Section

publicdesignfestival:

Do-It-Yourself Urban Design is spreading everywhere. Fixing needs and public administration’s lacks&cuts. The video is an overview of some interesting examples.

#DTLA #Los Angeles #Flea Market #Arts District

aeonmagazine:

Green living in NYC need not be simple living – think skyscraper farms, meat production towers and revamped aqueducts
atlurbanist:

The number of people a 3.5 meter wide lane can convey in an hour, by transport mode.
We’ve inherited a lot of inefficient, car-centric places from previous decades, but we don’t have to keep building that way. In Atlanta, with the Beltline and MARTA’s TOD projects and more, there’s new interest in building places that are centered around other transportation modes.

atlurbanist:

The number of people a 3.5 meter wide lane can convey in an hour, by transport mode.

We’ve inherited a lot of inefficient, car-centric places from previous decades, but we don’t have to keep building that way. In Atlanta, with the Beltline and MARTA’s TOD projects and more, there’s new interest in building places that are centered around other transportation modes.

BLOODY DELICIOUS: A CITRUS-INFUSED OLIVE OIL COCKTAIL