We’ve had our first look under the skin of a new CFMoto electric in the works that uses a modular plug-and-play design that could be adapted into a range of models.
The Chinese firm has
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It’s known on campus as “The Sponge.” But last month, undergraduate design major Karyn Nakamura transformed the iconic façade of Simmons Hall into a scintillating interactive canvas.
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Aerial views of 18th Street in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago as seen on Oct. 15, 2020. (Zbigniew Bzdak / Chicago Tribune)
Maryia Bahdanovich thought owning a home would be good for h
An old-school diner that acts as the unofficial greeting for folks entering northern Hoboken will be closing later this month, but plans are in place to have the mixed-use building set to rise a
When it comes to beautiful beaches, the South is no novice. When the weather warms, folks from across the country flock to our coast. And their affection for our sandy shores doesn't show signs