New York Teen Invents In-Sole Sensor that Can Track Wandering Alzheimer's Patients

New York Teen Invents In-Sole Sensor that Can Track Wandering Alzheimer's Patients

New York City teen Kenneth Shinozuka has invented a new wearable sensor called the SafeWanderer that can help keep Alzheimer’s patients safe. Inspired by his own grandfather’s…

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Terrifying Zombie Pumpkins Invade the New York Botanical Garden [PHOTOS]

Terrifying Zombie Pumpkins Invade the New York Botanical Garden [PHOTOS]

The epic pumpkin that Villafane began carving on Saturday was joined by a fleet of other over-sized squash from around the country - each weighing over a 1,000 pounds! The…

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DIY: How to Make an Iconic Chrysler Building Halloween Costume

DIY: How to Make an Iconic Chrysler Building Halloween Costume

Originally published in October 2012 Celebrate the spirit of New York City and crown yourself as a DIY rock star by making this kick-ass Chrysler Building costume! If you’ve got…

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5 Ultra-Useful Pieces of Transforming Furniture Seen at

5 Ultra-Useful Pieces of Transforming Furniture Seen at "Hotel Resource"

Resource Furniture brought Hotel Resource to New York to show that even tiny accommodations can be comfortable and utilitarian spaces. While the exhibit looked like a typical hotel room…

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Don't Miss Architecture for Humanity and Design Like You Give a Damn's Design Open Mic Tomorrow

Don't Miss Architecture for Humanity and Design Like You Give a Damn's Design Open Mic Tomorrow

Architecture for Humanity and Design Like You Give a Damn invite you to hear about innovative humanitarian designs directly from designers and architects themselves at their Design Open…

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6 Inspiring Designs to See at Dwell on Design NY This Week

6 Inspiring Designs to See at Dwell on Design NY This Week

Who says hotel rooms can’t be uber-functional just because they're tiny? Resource Furniture‘s 240-square-foot “Hotel Resource” booth aims to change the way travelers feel about…

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GIVEAWAY: Score Free Tickets to One of NYC's Hottest Design Events ($95 Value)

GIVEAWAY: Score Free Tickets to One of NYC's Hottest Design Events ($95 Value)

Attention NYC design-lovers! Dwell on Design NY - one of NYC's hottest design events organized by the editors of Dwell Magazine - has officially begun, and we've got free tickets to…

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240-sq-ft Hotel Micro-Suite Will Invite Visitors Inside to Try Out Transforming Furniture

240-sq-ft Hotel Micro-Suite Will Invite Visitors Inside to Try Out Transforming Furniture

In the U.S., the average luxury hotel suite is estimated to be around 600 square feet (excluding the bathroom), but Hotel Resource aims to show that a room half that size can deliver…

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Groundhog Dropped by NYC Mayor Died of Internal Injuries

Groundhog Dropped by NYC Mayor Died of Internal Injuries

There was a big media hullabaloo back in February after NYC mayor Bill de Blasio dropped the Staten Island Zoo’s famous groundhog during a Groundhog Day ceremony, but new…

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6 Clever Tips to Make Your Tiny Apartment Feel Larger

6 Clever Tips to Make Your Tiny Apartment Feel Larger

LIGHTEN UP Professional interior decorators have been saying this for ages, but it bears repeating - lightening up your floor color can make your home feel more spacious and airy. Just…

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Brooke Shields' Bizarre and Wonderful Citi Bike Halloween Costume is a Must-See

Brooke Shields' Bizarre and Wonderful Citi Bike Halloween Costume is a Must-See

Wondering what to be for Halloween this year? Take a tip from actress Brooke Shields and copy her amazingly bizarre and wonderful Citi Bike costume from last year. For her…

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Rockefeller Family Decides to Divest Their Charitable Fund from Fossil Fuels

Rockefeller Family Decides to Divest Their Charitable Fund from Fossil Fuels

The Rockefeller family -- which built much of its empire on oil -- is making waves with the announcement that it will be joining the fossil fuel-free divestment movement.…

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New Yorkers Transform Parking Spots into Mini Parks for Park(ing) Day 2014!

New Yorkers Transform Parking Spots into Mini Parks for Park(ing) Day 2014!

Happy Park(ing) Day everyone! Today, people from all five boroughs will be participating in a worldwide celebration of public green space by taking back parking spots and turning them…

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Downtown NYC's First Waldorf School Opens in the East Village

Downtown NYC's First Waldorf School Opens in the East Village

The New Amsterdam School was meticulously designed by James Vira of Viraline Architects, working with a volunteer crew of parents and teachers, to make the space as nurturing and…

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Lexus Earns LEED Platinum Certification for Converted Warehouse Training Facility in NJ

Lexus Earns LEED Platinum Certification for Converted Warehouse Training Facility in NJ

Luxury car manufacturer Lexus was recently awarded LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for its Eastern Area Office training facility in…

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Verdant PicNYC Table is Topped with Living Growing Grass

Verdant PicNYC Table is Topped with Living Growing Grass

picNYC is essentially an aluminum table frame with space inside that can we used as a planter bed. Cut and welded in the United States, the aluminum used is lightweight so it's perfect…

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Old Clock Company Building Converted into a Timeless Duplex Loft

Old Clock Company Building Converted into a Timeless Duplex Loft

Despite its former life as an old 1880s clock factory, 420 12th Street in Park Slope is now a timeless three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath duplex. 6sqft reports that Hurley &…

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Final Section of High Line Park Set to Open This Month

Final Section of High Line Park Set to Open This Month

Although it comes with a staggering $75 million price tag, Section 3 of the repurposed elevated rail line was designed to stay true to its natural, overgrown state. In collaboration…

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See How This Tiny West Village Apartment Uses Double Duty Furniture to Maximize Its Small Space

See How This Tiny West Village Apartment Uses Double Duty Furniture to Maximize Its Small Space

James’ home may be the size of a shoebox, but she made it look spacious and homey by painting the main living area in a bold plum color. The color not only brings out James’…

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HGTV's David Bromstad Shares 5 Tips on How to Take Your Tiny Apartment from Poky Pad to Super Suite

HGTV's David Bromstad Shares 5 Tips on How to Take Your Tiny Apartment from Poky Pad to Super Suite

Have a cool collection? Display it in a concentrated area on a wall like David did here, instead of all over your room. FINAL FAVORITES Most people feel the need to present an…

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5 Green Things You Might Not Know About Roberta's Pizza

5 Green Things You Might Not Know About Roberta's Pizza

5. They grow their own produce on top of two repurposed shipping containers. Looking at Roberta's concrete-heavy facade, you'd never imagine the wealth of tomatoes, eggplants, figs,…

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Did You Know That There's a 292,000-sq-ft Green Roof Atop the Jacob Javits Center?

Did You Know That There's a 292,000-sq-ft Green Roof Atop the Jacob Javits Center?

Millions of people pass through the doors of Manhattan’s glassy Jacob Javits Center each year, but most have no idea what lies right above their heads. While it might not be obvious…

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7 Amazingly Intricate Dollhouse-Sized Scenes of NYC by Alan Wolfson

7 Amazingly Intricate Dollhouse-Sized Scenes of NYC by Alan Wolfson

Wolfson began recreating his beloved New York scenes in the 1980s, when the city was a much different place. Born and raised in the city, the artist decided to recreate scenes he…

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Newly Completed Hudson Woods Complex Offers Serene Eco-Living Deep in the Catskills

Newly Completed Hudson Woods Complex Offers Serene Eco-Living Deep in the Catskills

Each home in Hudson Woods is set on a large lot within the development's expansive 131-acre site, allowing for exquisite views of the surrounding Catskills Mountains. Guided by a…

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A New Floating Library is Coming to NYC!

A New Floating Library is Coming to NYC!

Get out your reading glasses because a new floating library is coming to NYC next month! From September 6th to October 3rd, the Lilac Museum Steamship at Pier 25 will be transformed…

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