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Palo Alto Trailer Park Owner Rejects Public Bid

The owner of Palo Alto, Calif.’s only trailer park has rejected a bid to buy the land using mostly city and county money, dealing a blow to a pocket of diversity in Silicon Valley.

The Great Escape - There's An App For That

If you're visiting the Nordic region, the great outdoors is never very far away, even if you're in one of the major cities. National parks, forests, lakes, rivers, hiking and biking trails are usually easy to access. However, one problem is for those people who are 'casual outdoorsman'. If you come [...]

Moleskine Unveils Notebooks Designed For Productivity and Organization

These Moleskine notebooks are what you need to get organized - Lifehacker 11 best parking apps for your city - Wise Bread 7 ways to make money on vacation - LearnVest Why process is the secret weapon for boosting productivity - HuffPost...Show More Summary

Parks & Recreation: An Historic Mexico City Street May Become a Highline-Style Urban Greenway

A rendering of the proposed Cultural Corridor Chapultepec, which would create a layer of connective parkland atop on of Mexico City's most famous roadways. All images courtesy FR-EE Turning abandoned railroad lines into urban walkways has helped revitalize cities...

Inspirational Wiener Dog Refuses to Exit Field After El Paso Chihuahuas Wiener Dog Race (Video)

On Sunday, the El Paso Chihuahuas held a wiener dog race prior to their game against the Oklahoma City Dodgers at picturesque little Southwest University Park. Why did the El Paso Chihuahuas hold a wiener dog race prior to Saturday’s game and not a chihuahua race? That I cannot say for sure. But if I […]

A $150M Park Avenue office-tower renovation finally pays off for Vornado, SL Green

A $150 million renovation of 280 Park Ave. is paying off for the city's two biggest commercial landlords. Vornado Realty Trust and SL Green Realty Corp., the owners of the 43-story office tower,... To view the full story, click the title link.

What If We Filled Our Parking Lots With These Tiny, Tree-Like Houses?

Putting affordable, sustainable housing in the one place in crowded cities where there is lots of available space. To judge by their marketing materials, most tiny houses are built in bucolic settings in the woods. But a new tiny house company has a different location in mind: The sea of parking lots that covers the United States. Read Full Story

The 11 Best Parking Apps for Your City

Finding affordable parking can be a challenge, especially when you live in a heavily populated area. In fact, IBM found that 30% of a city's traffic is attributed to drivers looking for parking. Fortunately, there are a number of apps available to help you find and compare spots, save money every...

IN: Blackwell Named Interim Street Commissioner

Aug. 28--ANDERSON -- After two years of leading the Anderson Park Department, Stephon Blackwell has been named the city's interim street commissioner. Roger Clark, a member of the Anderson Board of Public Works, will serve as interim park

Could Decatur McDonald’s One Day Be a Park?

A recent AJC blurb about potential future greenspaces in Decatur, includes a very interesting note at the end… The biggest surprise is that [Asst. City Manager Lyn Menne’s] talked to the owners of McDonald’s on Commerce Drive, which the city would like to convert into green space and a gateway to downtown. Menne emphasized, however, this is a […]

Davio's Lynnfield

Fine dining is moving to the suburbs and people are supporting the move. Maybe it's the hassle of driving and parking in the city or the higher prices due to higher rents. So, when we were invited to dine at Davio's in Lynnfield we thought we should check it out. Show More Summary

‘Fine’ times for the city's parking ticket scofflaws

16 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Some of the city's worst parking ticket scofflaws don't even live in the state.

A treasure hunter, an L.A. park and the curse of the severed hand

Recently I took up metal detecting as a hobby. While Los Angeles is, of course, the greatest place to live in the world, our city parks are too new to offer much excitement for "dirt fishers." The East Coast, with its deep-rooted (though not-so-deeply-buried) history, is more fertile.

Review: Park Hyatt Dubai Park Deluxe Room

Dubai has tons of chain hotels. For example, outside of New York, Dubai is the city with the most Starwood properties. So if you're a Starwood or Hyatt loyalist like me, you have over 20 choices of places to stay in Dubai. In this case...Show More Summary

Football: Sterling Salguero comes through for Birmingham

City Section teams struggled in intersectional games but not Birmingham. All-City running back Sterling Salguero rushed for 184 yards in the Patriots' 22-20 win over Newbury Park.

Sewer'ed Park Swimming Beach Will Be Open for Recreational Swimming on Saturday!

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Except for a specific four-block long area, Seward Park is fine, according to the city. Splash on. Kelly O From Seattle Public Utilities: Seattle’s Seward Park swimming beach will reopen Saturday, after two consecutive days of testing showed the water safe for recreation. Show More Summary

Point of Ordure: The Term is "Sewer'ed Park"

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

This is basically what swimming in lakes is all about. In case you've been following the breaking news about poo being dumped into our city's already-disgusting swimmin' hole of choice and looking for a bright side, there isn't much of one, unless you like atrocious puns, in which case, "Sewer'ed Park" is humbly submitted for your delectation.

Angry Birds 2 Updates With New Levels

When birds get angry, they stay angry. Hence why Angry Birds 2 already has new levels for you to try out. What’s New in Version 2.1.0 Brand new chapter: Pigsyland – Pig City’s first amusement park! – Play 20 new levels of bouncing bumper...Show More Summary

When domestic violence is a “nuisance”

Too often, survivors of gender violence who reach out for help are punished instead — and some city housing laws require what amounts to retaliation against victims. Over at Refinery 29, ACLU attorney Sandra Park recounts the startling story of her client Nancy Markham: Last August, Nancy Markham was shocked to learn that she and her children […]

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