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Some news from around…

  • Seniors will comprise 20% of the nation’s population by 2030, and Philadelphia is investigating how its parks could better serve the needs of older citizens (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Is there room for horses, hikers, and cyclists on Los Angeles’ urban trails? (Los Angeles Times)
  • New York University’s expansion threatens seven small, yet beloved, green spaces in Greenwich Village (The New York Times)
  • Central Park’s 3,500-year old obelisk known as Cleopatra’s Needle, a gift of the Egyptian government, may be removed due to concerns about damage (MSNBC)

One Response

  1. I did not know there was an Egyptian obelisk in Central Park! In fact, the obelisk is so popular that 374 people commented on that very article 🙂

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