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(StatePoint) Aspirations of home ownership is strong for America’s families, yet findings from the fifth annual America at Home survey from NeighborWorks America indicate several perceived barriers to homeownership among the majority of consumers.
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(BPT) - Today, more than ever, homeowners gravitate toward design elements that transform the bath into a spa-like oasis. Designers look to incorporate pieces inspired by the natural world to bring renewed energy into the room and create a soothing environment. From fixtures inspired by boom…
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(StatePoint) To counter generic new construction projects, many cities and towns are converting older structures into vibrant tech offices, loft-style residences and even art institutions -- a process known as “adaptive reuse.”
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Al and his guests explore the concept of 'Moral Injury', with first hand experiences and discussion. With: Col. USA, Ret. David Rabb, U.S. Army Reserve, Commander 113th Medical Detachment , Combat Stress Control. Resmaa Menakem, MSW, LICSW, S.E.P. Dr. BraVada Akinsanya, Licensed Clinical Psy…