What we can learn from this Kenyan slum – Twin Cities

NAIROBI, Kenya — Here in the Kibera slum, life sometimes seems like a free-for-all. Residents steal electricity by connecting to overhead lines, children walk barefoot through sewage-filled alleyways, and people must sometimes dodge “flying toilets,” plastic bags that residents use as toilets and then dispose of by dumping them in one direction or another. However, …

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Why people are moving back to cities as regional rents soar

“The world today is much more interactive and it will be stimulated towards building communities, because you have seen it in times of pandemic: people, even when they lived in a city, felt very lonely,” said Mr. Van Berkel. . he said in an interview unrelated to the CBRE survey. City building designs would be …

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9 Ways to Lower Your Property Taxes in 2023 – Twin Cities

Year after year, Ramsey County residents fail to collect up to $25 million in property tax refunds, according to the Minnesota Department of Revenue. Among the tax reduction options that exist, and there are several, is that anyone whose property tax burden increases by more than 12 percent in a single year can apply to …

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The main coastal cities to make a radical change in 2023

“There are also beautiful properties for just a fraction of what you would pay in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.” Loading After the pandemic hit, Palm Cove became one of the nation’s top hotspots for sea changers, with demand for homes pushing up the median home price over the past year by 19.7%. to $1,017,500. Agent …

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17 of the most anticipated movies of 2023 – Twin Cities

A new year, a new list of reasons to eat popcorn. Here are some of the notable movies hitting multiplexes next year; Please note that movie release dates, as always, are subject to change. “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” Fans of Channing Tatum’s particular snake-hipped allure (see how he hilariously stole “The Lost City” earlier this …

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A host of eye-opening and moving performances lit up the Twin Cities stages in 2022

1. “Beauty and the Beast.” A striking design, a lush orchestra and sublime performances by principal performers Rajané Katurah and Nathaniel Hackmann helped make Michael Heitzman’s production of this Disney musical at the Ordway Center sublime. Jamecia Bennett, Max Wojtanowicz, Thomasina Petrus, Rush Benson, and T. Mychael Rambo also had bravura turns. 2. “Happily we …

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