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In my previous post, The Dragonfly Effect Hits Sacramento, I shared with you how a small group came together on twitter to organize a bone marrow donor registry drive in partnership with BloodSource. I promised to let you know how we did and that's...
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The conference is nothing if not comprehensive, but every year a few trends seem to generate the most chatter. To get a sense of what to expect, Adweek talked to a few techies making the annual pilgrimage to SXSW. Whether you're Austin-bound or just wishing you were, here's a look at what they say could be ahead.
Work has begun on an education-centered community featuring three charter schools and affordable housing for teachers in the city’s decayed downtown, with much of the design work done by the noted architect Richard Meier.
The development, called Teachers Village, is expected to cost $149 million when it is completed two years from now. It will consist of eight low-rise buildings clustered around the intersection of William and Halsey Streets, in Newark’s Four Corners historic district. As such, Mr. Meier has designed buildings to reflect the historical nature of the area.
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