- Catching up with Jonathan and Drew Scott, better known as HGTV’s “The Property Brothers.” [NYP]
- These charts show how Americans’ living arrangements have changed since 1967. [BI]
- A documentary airs tonight on PBS about the 1977 Blackout, when over 1,600 stores were looted and 1,000 fires were started. [Bowery Boogie]
- Photographer Jeffrey Milstein captures cities using high-resolution camera equipment from the open door of a helicopter. [The Guardian]
- Hütte Hut combines glamping and tiny houses to be the ultimate camper. And it’s only $64,000. [Fast Co. Design]
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