NEW YORK — Filth flies, vermin and unwashed hands — restaurants across the city have dirty secrets they'd rather not share. But New York City's Health Department is watching.
Kimberley Mok is a former architect who has been covering architecture and the arts for Treehugger since 2007.
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We waited for months. Summer turned to Fall. Thanksgiving passed, then Christmas. It was well into 2022 when we finally got the email that my client’s dining room chairs, the final piece of a
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Wars are ugly, no matter which way you look at them. It destroys not only buildings and infrastructure but, more importantly, lives. Rebuilding war-torn areas have always been a big problem for
There is a growing trend of people looking to bypass the 'traditional' route for climbing up the so-called housing ladder. One such option is to live in a converted or 'purpose-built' shipping c
A group of private and public businesses along with non-profit groups are forming partnership to address the acute housing shortage the Wenatchee Valley.
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