Going Home Again
COLUMBIA, MD.— Stacy Spann has come back home to make a difference.
WHEN BETHESDA, MD.-BASED EYA was opening its Capitol Quarter mixed-income development in the height of the housing boom, it set up a lottery for the 20 â€œworkforceâ€ homes in the project, those priced for individuals earning between 80 percent and 115 percent of Washington, D.C.'s area median...
When George Atkinson gave up dairy farming almost six years ago, he took the opportunity to realize a vision that had been staring him in the face during 50 years of twice-a-day milkings: a standing lamp made from old stanchions, the device that, in old-style dairy barns, was used to keep the cow...
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