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Duluth News Tribune

Artist turns rundown auto shop into an urban oasis
Duluth News Tribune
BALTIMORE — Luck follows Kelly Walker. When she hitchhiked into Baltimore as a teenager, the North Carolina native was addicted to drugs and alcohol and living out of a backpack. But she found recovery services that saved her life. Then she stumbled ...

Study: Greening vacant urban land reduces feelings of depression for surrounding residents
"The findings support that exposure to more natural environments can be part of restoring mental health, particularly for people living in stressful and chaotic urban environments." The study shows transforming blighted neighborhood environments into ...
Replacing Vacant Lots With Green Spaces Can Ease Depression In Urban CommunitiesNPR
Turning Vacant Lots Into Green Spaces Can Improve Mental Health. Here's HowTIME
Can greening vacant urban land improve mental health?EurekAlert (press release)

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URBAN DESIGN: Who owns the streets? All of us, even scooter riders
Indianapolis Business Journal
Those searching for the proper regulatory framework should remember that complexity is part of the beauty of urban living. When we try to design or regulate our way around that complexity, we risk losing the spontaneity of street life, which has always ...


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