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LOGE, the lifestyle hotel group which brings forgotten motels near towns and trails back to life, is set to open its second Leavenworth, WA location on Nov. 1. The new LOGE Leavenworth Downtown property is less than one mile away from the brand’s Leavenworth Riverside...

Today marks the 20th anniversary of a landmark in my career, and probably a handful of others. On 21st September 2000, the 32-bit configurable RISC processor company ARC International, now an integral part of Synopsys, completed a major milestone in its history: an IPO (initial...

QUEBEC CITY, Sept. 21, 2020 /CNW/ - Canada is committed to investing in measures that will help Canadians and their communities adapt to climate change and become more resilient to its effects, now and in the future. The Honourable Seamus O'Regan, Canada's Minister of Natural...

The first phase of a vegetation management plan – created by golf course architect Wade Horrocks of design firm Ground Cubed – has been completed at Canyon Meadows Golf & Country Club, located in southern Calgary,...

Lewis W. Butler, an inventive modernist residential architect with a prominent clientele, died Thursday, after a battle against esophageal cancer. ...

On Sunday, Sept. 27, the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society will host tours of “Seven Gables,” an 8,700 square foot home on Orchard Road, as a fundraiser for the museum.Seven Gables entrance. Seven Gables was designed by architects Ebbets & Frid to...

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When M. Margaret McKeown was in her final year at Georgetown law school, in 1975, she took a class on sex discrimination. It was a new field, and there weren’t a lot of books or other resources available, which was a problem when it came...