Outdoor Structures

Restaurant survey reports post-Covid recovery and success of take-out cocktails

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up to date with the latest coronavirus news across New York City A recent survey of restaurants across the country found that many were doing better after the pandemic than before the pandemic. Commissioned by Uber Eats and DoorDash, and conducted by …

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Gardens with less grass and more plants help fight climate change

Summer is officially here. For many Americans, that means green blankets for children to play in. There are roughly 40 to 50 million acres of lawn in the continental United States, almost as much as all of the nation’s national parks combined. In 2020, Americans spent $ 105 billion to …

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Dixon Planning Commission to consider pavilion design for Homestead project – The Reporter

As the Homestead multi-unit development continues to be built off Pitt School Road, another new item could arrive in one of its “villages”: a 4,666 square foot lodge. A design review will be presented to the Dixon Planning Commission at its meeting on Tuesday. The Homestead Project is a multi-phased …

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Mass Development Fund Art and Programming in Downtown Pittsfield Parklets / iBerkshires.com

The parklet in front of the Marketplace Cafe has been adorned with plants and is often used by diners. The grant will improve the parklets. PITTSFIELD, Mass. – MassDevelopment plans to fund Downtown Pittsfield Inc. with $ 39,000 in grants to upgrade up to 10 parklets with artwork and programs …

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Opening of a new Ripon CA climbing hall with a large facility

Learning the ropes takes on a whole new meaning when you’re 55 feet in the air and tied down. Yet the staff at Ripon’s new Alpine Climbing Adventure Fitness are determined to make everyone who walks through their doors a rock climber. The new installation from top to bottom on …

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Springtown Heritage Loop preserves family heritage and history

SPRINGTOWN – The Northwest Arkansas Land Trust preserves three historically significant properties in this small town in Benton County for public enjoyment and education. The non-profit land trust is dedicated to improving lives through land preservation, which includes protecting water quality, local farms, wildlife habitats and outdoor recreation areas, according …

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Pickleball, “the fastest growing sport you’ve never heard of,” slated for vacant warehouse in the Lower Garden District

Design made View of the planned pickleball installation from Rousseau Street The pickleball could arrive at an old warehouse in the Lower Garden District. The city’s Planning Commission voted last week to approve plans for the sports facility. Pickleball is a racquet sport that incorporates elements of tennis, badminton and …

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Retrospective: Paso Robles Shell Station The Cleanest In The Country, Scouts Make The News

Excerpts from June 22, 1950, Paso Robles Journal: Paso Roblan wins $ 100 for a clean gas station Paso Robles is getting a lot of valuable publicity these days thanks to one of our businessmen, Henry D. Anderson, who operates the Shell station at the main corner of town, 12th …

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Sausalito police evacuate homeless camp amid intense crackdown

Sausalito police walk through a cleaned up homeless encampment at Dunphy Park in Sausalito on Tuesday, June 29, 2021. (Sherry LaVars / Marin Independent Journal) A Sausalito police officer removes signs placed around a bulldozer as a homeless settlement in Dunphy Park is cleared in Sausalito on Tuesday, June 29, …

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