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What America’s shopping mall decline means for social space

Where are you going? This outfit with this hair? Hello, bye bye, I am so at the mall. Between 1970 and 2017, the number of American malls quadrupled. Population didn’t even double in the same time frame. Malls were opening really, really fast. That growth slowed down. About a quarter of the malls could close […]

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Frank Lloyd Wright Home For Sale

HERE IS SOMETHING YOU DON’T SEE EVERY DAY A RARE ARCHITECTURAL MASTER PIECE IS UP FOR SALE. ONE OF THE FEW SURVIVING MINNESOTA HOUSES BY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT IS FOR SALE. IT HAS BEEN IN ONE FAMILY ALMOST 60 YEARS. Reporter: FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT DESIGNED THE HOUSE IN THE LATE 50s FOR A YOUNG FAMILY […]

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You Won’t Believe Everything This Tiny Loft Can Do

(gentle jazz music) – I’ve known Donnie since I was 15 years old. We went to high school together. We went from a long-distance relationship to 500 square feet. Long distance relationships prepare you to be able to work through many issues. And so one of those issues that can arise living in a small […]

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