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The ‘Airbnb of Parking Spots’ Wants to Pay Your Parking Tickets This Month

Are you annoyed by recent parking tickets or facing fines because you forgot to move your car until it was too late? Well, if you live in Los Angeles, this company wants to pay your parking tickets for you. Pavemint is a California-based app that lets users reserve and sell

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These Anarchists Are Fixing Portland’s Pothole Problem

The potholes in Portland were getting worse and worse and the city residents kept waiting and waiting for someone to fix them. That’s why these Oregon anarchists headed for the streets and took matters into their own hands. Portland Anarchist Road Care – or PARC – is an organization made up of

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Artists Fusing Nature Into Their Dazzling Street Art (LOOK)

Street art is a staple of a city’s blossoming urban design – and in these cases, they’re beautiful examples of infrastructure coexisting with nature. These photos are just a few of some of our favorite 3D murals in the world. RELATED: Villagers Knit Giant Sweaters For Chilly Elephant Neighbors Some are cheeky;

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Family Fights Anti-homeless Spikes with Cushions and Chocolate

This mother and her two children were disgusted by the trend of recently erected beds of spikes designed to prevent homeless people sleeping in front of buildings – so they fought back with cushions and food. Jennie Platt saw the installment of the spikes in front of the Pall Mall

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Flint Water No Longer Exceeds Federal Lead Limit

Michigan state environmental officials have just declared that the levels of lead contained in the city’s water supply has just fallen to below the federal limit. The federal “action level” is 15 parts per billion – but now according to a letter from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to

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