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[ad_1] This article originally appeared on PlanPhilly. — Unexpected houses, cozy little homes tuck into every fold of Philadelphia. Row homes dating back centuries line alleys too...

[ad_1] General Motors is expanding the number of highways where its hands-free driver assistance feature, Super Cruise, can be used. The automaker announced on Wednesday that Super Cruise will work on an additional 70,000 miles of highways in the US and Canada by...

[ad_1] Stanley Tigerman, a principal in the Chicago architectural and design firm of Tigerman McCurry and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, has died. According to a report in the American Institute of Architects Journal, the architect died at his Chicago home due...

[ad_1] Yale, for example, has a highly ranked master’s of fine arts program. The admissions criteria are rigorous and include the submission of a portfolio of work that the faculty evaluates. The average debt for master’s of fine arts students at Yale turns out to...

[ad_1] SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Preservation Trust is inviting the public on a tour of the grand homes dating to the 1920s in the neighborhoods bordering Forest Park and Longmeadow, including the home of Peter and Melissa Picknelly. The trust is partnering with the...

[ad_1] Even as the Las Vegas economy recovered from the Great Recession, Ed Vance and his architecture firm survived almost solely on the business from the Lucky Dragon. For two years during the project, Vance said projects were relatively hard to come by as developers...