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Association of Men with Women's Names says things are getting better, but life still hard Mar 19, 2014 5:46 With a population now topping 9 million, Canada has the highest per capita total of men who have women's names.
Architectural preservationists around the world await the fate of an iconic Moscow radio tower known as the Shukhov Tower, built in 1922 and facing demolition. Formally known as the Shabolovka Tower but called after its designer, Vladimir Shukhov,
But there's this video on TED.com called " Build a tower, build a team ," and it's not nearly as gimmicky as it sounds...Skillman is former VP of design at Palm, now a VP of design at Nokia. Wujec is a Fellow at Autodesk, the legendary makers of
The Russian communications ministry has planned to dismantle and relocate the Shokhov tower, but campaigners fear that once dismantled, it will be impossible to reconstruct. This campaign is more important than a piece of architecture; it is about
26 March 2014 8 shares 0 View comments Most Instagrammed: Paris's Eiffel Tower came out top in the tourist attraction research Times Square: More than 773,569 photos have been shared on Instagram Top 20 most Instagrammed tourist attractions in the
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The Lacey City Council will consider Thursday whether to approve a conditional use permit for a new cell tower, a structure now common to urban landscapes due to the growth of wireless services. The conditional use permit request from Verizon
A giant cellphone tower will soon welcome visitors to the Saskatoon Forestry Farm. SaskTel is moving ahead with plans to build a 45-metre cellphone tower in the park, much to the chagrin of city heritage groups. "We are trying to work with the city
The building team gutted much of what was left of the original structure and carefully inserted floorplates before cutting the concrete walls to let light in, eventually cladding it with a new exterior curtain wall and windows. The original steel
Wade / Globe Correspondent / January 15, 2014 Opponents of plans by a Methodist church in Wakefield to build a 104-foot cell tower on its property have won a round in their fight to defeat the proposal. On Jan. 8, the town's Zoning Board of