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In her new book Resilience for All: Striving for Equity through Community-Driven Design, author Barbara Brown Wilson seeks to confront the failings of traditional planning and design practices in vulnerable low-income communities. While others have pursued landscape-based solutions to this issue — think community gardens — Brown suggests there is a larger role for landscape […] … Continue reading Re-Blog Ω Resilient Design for Low-Income Communities |THE DIRT🏡🌅🌇
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via EccentricGlow.com Teyana Taylor Announced Plans To Open A 90’s Themed.... Excerpt: Teyana Taylor excitedly announced her plans to open, Junie Bee Nails, a 90’s themed nail salon in Harlem. (...) actress, singer, dancer and businesswoman (...) Vibe Magazine: Teyana Taylor Set To Open ’90s-Themed Nail Salon In Harlem https://www.vibe.com/2018/02/teyana-taylor-opens-nail-salon-in-harlem/ Excerpt: Teyana Taylor is building up her rigorous resume by opening up a … Continue reading #moonNITE Vibez🌒|| Teyana Taylor launches Junie Bee Nails in Harlem, NYC ||
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Áine Zion is a British poet and musician living in Mexico. Between 2014-2016, she collaborated with Scottish musician Emeli Sandé to create the single “Garden”, which featured Zion’s spoken word poetry. She is a mother and a vegan.