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How buildings change: from jam factory to lingerie to gorgeous apartments

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 6:48pm
Blouin Tardif Architectes do a beautiful adaptive reuse and addition in Montreal.
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How a towel can help you sleep

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 6:00pm
I figured out this absurdly simple trick years ago.
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10 things you can do this month to boost your finances

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 5:09pm
Use this month before the holiday season to tighten up spending.
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Why argan oil is so expensive

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 3:33pm
It's an incredibly hard process.
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Look for Lyme disease to skyrocket by mid-century

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 3:11pm
Researchers conclude that a warming climate will boost cases of Lyme disease by more than 20 percent in the next few decades.
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Drivers should pay attention to this Art of Distraction campaign

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 3:01pm
Powerful displays show the stuff left behind when people who walk or bike are killed by people who drive.
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The problem with a plethora of pumpkins

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 2:48pm
After Halloween, most of these tasty, edible gourds go to landfill.
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Coastal property values take a hit due to climate change

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 12:58pm
Why can't the Wall Street Journal call it what it is?
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Children are less fit than ever

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 11:28am
Boys in 1998 could do an average of 26 sit-ups in 30 seconds. Now that number has dropped to 15.
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Couple lives off food waste for a month

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 10:43am
From gleaned apples to out-of-date produce, there are many ways to score a free meal.
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Photo: The great gaze of a great gray owl

Thu, 2018/11/01 - 10:00am
Our photo of the day comes from West of Calgary, Canada.
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Valhalla is an elegant tiny house for a family of three

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 6:12pm
This tiny home from France features a minimalist staircase and a cozy child's bedroom.
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12 tips for cooking with less mess

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 6:08pm
A bit of forethought will save you a ton of elbow grease.
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Happy 10th Birthday, Bitcoin. Now go away before you fry us all.

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 6:00pm
The Bitcoin is the Hummer of speculative vehicles; let's hope it doesn't make it to its Bar Mitzvah.
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Asking if animals can feel pain isn't really about science

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 4:52pm
Scientists argue over whether some animals have the brains for suffering.
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How to raise a minimalist child

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 3:50pm
Fewer toys and clothes make a kid's life easier, with more time and space to play.
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Why you should go to bat for … bats

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 3:26pm
Did you know the countdown for Halloween coincides with Bat Week? An annual, international celebration of the role of bats in nature, Bat Week is in flight Oct. 24—31, 2018.
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What makes a computer green?

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 3:00pm
There are lots of things more important than whether it's made of recycled aluminum.
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Here's how to move a bookstore: A 250-person human chain

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 2:00pm
When October Books had to move down the street, 250 volunteers showed up to move the books from hand to hand.
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I traveled across the country to look for this crane, but I found him in my backyard

Wed, 2018/10/31 - 1:00pm
I think sandhill cranes were playing a joke on me.
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