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May 19, 2020

Now is the best time to build a home you never want to leave

Whether you are still sheltering in place or your area’s lockdowns are just lifting after months indoors, right now is the perfect time to contemplate what […]
May 19, 2020

CX Landscape proposes futuristic coastal park in response to climate change

Australia-based CX Landscape has unveiled designs for Sea Line Park, a conceptual project to link the eastern and western inner suburbs of Melbourne with a linear […]
May 19, 2020

How dating during the pandemic is the same — and how it’s not | MNN

Get in the right frame of mind before your call so you can enjoy it and be yourself. (Photo: F Armstrong Photography/Shutterstock.com) This isn’t the first […]
May 19, 2020

Disney releases retro tees using bottles from the parks

Creating clothing fibers from recycled plastic is nothing new, but when a name like Disney is involved, it’s hard not to have childlike enthusiasm over the efforts. Disney, […]
May 19, 2020

Researchers thought these metallic blue bees were extinct — until they saw them in Florida | MNN

An extremely rare blue bee has been spotted in Central Florida, a discovery that thrilled researchers who suspected the insect might have become instinct. Last recorded […]
May 18, 2020

Most of the time, Dr. Google has no idea what ails you | MNN

Everyone likes a quick medical diagnosis. And no one delivers one faster than Google. Just rattle off your symptoms in a search window — stiff neck, […]
May 18, 2020

The farm-to-food-bank movement rescues pandemic-related food waste

Farmers are burying onions, destroying tomatoes and grinding up heads of lettuce to return to the soil. Dairy workers are dumping milk. These images of food […]
May 18, 2020

Seattle permanently closes 20 miles of street

Seattle recently made bold moves to put pedestrians and cyclists first as the pandemic-induced stay-at-home order creates a new normal. Up to 20 miles of roadways […]