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A band of architects and city planners insist that trash shouldn’t be a permanent feature of urban topography.
Memorializing Manhattan’s earliest African residents
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A new kind of neighborhood regrowth
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One person’s trash is another person's insight into 19th-century life.
What Mattel’s new wifi-enabled Barbie Dream House—and accompanying app—are teaching kids about tech and luxury
“You have to talk to the kids in an elf way, and talk to the parents in a not-elf way."
There's an affordability crisis in playland, too.
For many new physicians, residency brings fatigue, emotional stress, and self-doubt, affecting their ability to take care of themselves and their patients. Is there a way to fix it?
For patients with chronic diseases masked by a healthy-looking exterior, diagnoses can be elusive, or unhelpful.
A visit to "prepper camp," a four-day session on surviving super viruses, natural disasters, socioeconomic collapse, world war, and more