Marvel Comics is releasing an awesome run of 15 New York City-themed variant covers highlighting their heroes’ city-living adventures.
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Harriet Tregoning, a rock star in the world of smart growth and urban planning, is now the head of HUD’s Office of Economic Resilience.
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