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October 19, 2020

Bronze Statue of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Will Be Unveiled in Brooklyn for Women’s History Month 2021

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—or RBG as she came to be known—achieved the status of living legend during her lengthy public career. The late Justice's passing has inspired many recent tributes—including social media posts and public art, which acknowledge her groundbreaking jurisprudence. On March 15, 2021, renowned artists Gillie and Marc will unveil a bronze statue of Ginsburg at City Point in Brooklyn, the borough where Ginsburg was born in 1933.

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October 19, 2020

12-Year-Old Renovates and Redesigns Her Family’s Home On a Shoestring Budget

The initial COVID-19 lockdowns were easier said than done. Staying home sounds great in theory, but what is a kid to do when they’ve exhausted the activities around their house? For a 12-year-old named Bea, that meant sprucing up parts of her family’s abode in Kent, UK. With her DIY-expert mom Susie Levache as a guide, Bea helped transform areas of the home into chic spaces on a budget.

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October 18, 2020

What Is the Rosetta Stone? Learn the History Behind This Legendary Ancient Artifact

Many people have heard of the Rosetta Stone, but few know the fascinating history of this Egyptian artifact. The large, slightly broken stone monument is the bedrock of modern knowledge of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. Read on to discover the origins, history, and mystery of the engraved rock which came to be known as the Rosetta Stone.   What is the Rosetta Stone? The artifact known as the Rosetta Stone is a thick slab of granodiorite rock.

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October 18, 2020

Architects Propose World’s Tallest Tower in NYC That Eats Up Carbon

The latest conceptual project from architecture firm Rescubika envisions a soaring “green” residential tower on New York City’s Roosevelt Island. The building pushes the limit of current sustainability practices and reimagines modern living in a dense urban future. Dramatic renderings of the tower visualize an undulating form made possible by parametric design.

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