Another Confederate Statue Has Been Removed in New Orleans

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Spread the loveTweet Workers Thursday morning removed the statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis in New Orleans, the second of four Confederate monuments slated for removal in a contentious, months-long…


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What Those Spray Paint Marks on the Street Actually Mean

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Spread the loveTweet Walking around your city, you might have noticed spray paint markings on the street and sidewalk. Clearly they’re there to mark something, but what? Turns out, construction…


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Airbnb’s San Francisco Deal Puts Storyline Over Bottom Line

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Spread the loveTweet Airbnb is trying to change the narrative. For so long, the nearly nine-year-old home-sharing platform pushed for growth by barging into new markets and new cities around…


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Don’t Look Now, But Even Buses Are Going Autonomous

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Spread the loveTweet Reno, Nevada, may not seem like the place to develop the country’s first self-driving public bus, but Richard Kelley thinks it presents all the right challenges. The buildings are…


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Tech Made Cities Too Expensive. Here’s How to Fix It

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Spread the loveTweet In 2013 protests broke out in Oakland, California, directed against the private buses that shuttle tech workers from pricey homes in the city’s gentrifying areas to jobs…


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How San Francisco Kept Moving Through Its Massive #PowerOutage

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Spread the loveTweet A large swath of San Francisco—the American metropolis that makes things whirr, click, and connect—went dark on Friday. Around 9:30 in the morning, 90,000 customers of Pacific Gas…


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The Best Cities for Starting a Small Business in 2017

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Spread the loveTweet A new report from the financial experts at WalletHub suggests that bigger isn’t always better when it comes to choosing a place to open up shop. Analysts…


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NomadList Helps You Find Remote Work-Friendly Cities, Based on Your Priorities

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Spread the loveTweet Because I both work and travel, I choose destinations based on a few important things: fast, reliable internet, food, general safety, culture, and foo—oops, I said that…


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