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Buy it new, or used?

Here’s something you may have missed from the Money page.   Experienced shoppers weigh the pros and cons of thrift-store finds. Bedbugs. Weird smells. The possibility of imminent breakdowns. People have all sorts of excuses for not buying used stuff. Those … Continue reading

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Minimalist photos of beautiful buildings

Check out the winners of the Minimalist Architecture Mission 2017 photography contest!  The Minimalist Architecture Mission, organized by blog We And The Color and photography resource EyeEm, received 45,000 submissions from photographers around the world. After looking through all of … Continue reading

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Millions of orchids | 4,500 -year-old plans for a pyramid | Solar roads | Remodel or rehab?

Did you see that article? Millions of orchids grow on old mine “I’ve been involved in orchid-rich habitats all over the country for 40 years, and I’ve never seen anything like this,” said Donald Leopold, a professor at the State … Continue reading

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