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June 9, 2004, 12pm PDT
When money ran out nearly 80 years ago, this almost-complete subway was abandoned. Today it is a legend.
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May 25, 2004, 6am PDT
NPR's Anne Hawke reports on the problems faced by communities left with empty big boxes.
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April 24, 2004, 11am PDT
Want to see China's Forbidden City? Go to Texas.
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April 11, 2004, 5am PDT
Immigration and housing patterns have created highly segregated schools, far from what 'Brown v. Board of Education' framers intended.
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March 27, 2004, 5am PST
National Public Radio profiles six major cities in Latin America.
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March 16, 2004, 12pm PST
Boston city planners and public health officials are eyeing new open space created by the Big Dig as a way to promote active lifestyles and fight obesity.
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March 2, 2004, 2pm PST
Conservative Republican hunters and anglers are unhappy with the Bush administration's envirornmental policies.
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December 18, 2003, 2pm PST
Using the latest technology researchers are able to find biodiversity hotspots and identify new species.
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October 30, 2003, 2pm PST
Residents of Lakewood, Ohio fight the use of eminent domain for economic development.
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September 28, 2003, 5am PDT
The latest of several around disputes around the United States that finds communities treating "mega-churches" like out of control shopping malls, accusing them of violating zoning laws and of overwhelming neighborhoods.
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September 22, 2003, 10am PDT
Suffering from drought, city inspectors patrol neighborhoods to enforce its newly implemented water restrictions.
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September 21, 2003, 5am PDT
Preservationists seek federal funds to preserve California's 21 historic Spanish missions.
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September 19, 2003, 1pm PDT
Should we really be trying to bring back manufacturing jobs? The disappearance of manufacturing jobs are actually a sign that quality of life is improving.
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August 10, 2003, 7am PDT
Conservationists want to turn New York City's abandoned High Line into a 1.5 mile long elevated park with amazing views.
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August 9, 2003, 7am PDT
the Granite State is a national leader in efforts to give these residents more control of their lives by turning them into park owners.
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August 7, 2003, 8am PDT
What is the defining characteristic of today's suburbs? A look at how the nation's suburbs have changed.
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August 1, 2003, 2pm PDT
As part of their marketing efforts, towns adopt unusual slogans for highway signs.
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July 29, 2003, 5am PDT
NPR reports on the lives and opportunities for former public housing residents in mixed-income developments.
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June 28, 2003, 9am PDT
There's more to urban ecosystems than rats and cockroaches. Talk of the Nation features a discussion.
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June 9, 2003, 10am PDT
On the 25h anniversary of California's landmark Prop. 13, the debate over its impact continues.
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