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Adirondack chairs, an oscillating fan, a bust of Elvis and… a nativity scene? These are just some of the objects creative Bostonians have used to hold their shoveled-out parking spaces following a storm. The Boston Globe.

In Maryland’s Howard County, just outside Baltimore, a growing public interest in beekeeping has led to a three-year zoning dispute between bee enthusiasts and residents fearful of the stinging insects. The Baltimore Sun.

USA Today breaks down (and handily illustrates) the DC Metro extension to Dulles Airport, a massive infrastructure process that will remake Tysons Corner into a walkable, denser area. USA Today.

Globe and Mail columnist Gary Mason is staying in his large home for now, but he and other boomers look forward to the day they decamp to a downtown condo or a gold course subdivision. But who’s going to buy the boomers’ homes? The Globe and Mail.

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