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This Is What The Industrial Revolution Smelled Like

The Huffington Post | Lydia O'Connor | Posted 02.19.2014 | Arts

History stinks. And if you’ve ever wondered how badly, you can now take a whiff of it at a new aroma exhibit in San Francisco. Urban Olfactory, ...

Fueled by Tolling, Innovation Stems From Our Local Communities

Patrick D. Jones | Posted 06.11.2013 | Business
Patrick D. Jones

The funding crunch facing America's transportation infrastructure has made it crucial for our cities, counties, states and regions to find innovative ways of funding our mobility.

The State of the Union... and our Highways

Patrick D. Jones | Posted 04.15.2013 | Politics
Patrick D. Jones

While the State of the Union is traditionally broad and sweeping in its scope, here are some very specific numbers for Congress and the White House to keep in mind as they consider the future of America's infrastructure.

Viva La Difference

Laverne H. Bardy | Posted 11.25.2012 | Fifty
Laverne H. Bardy

There are those who insist that men and women are alike, but I've lived long enough to know with certainty that they are not.

WATCH: NJ Man Miraculously Pulled From Burning Car By Unknown Good Samaritan

Sarah Medina | Posted 09.21.2012 | Good News

One New Jersey man owes his life to a complete stranger after the good samaritan pulled him from his burning car, saving his life. Greg Nelson was...

Tales of Toll Booth Trauma: Relics of a an Era at its End?

Louise Nelson Dyble | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Louise Nelson Dyble

For a little risk-free transportation voyeurism, this collection of complaints is truly hard to beat, and runs the gamut from obscenity to nudity to theft to racial slurs to some pretty alarming threats of violence (a la "I know where you live"). No need to crane one's neck or hold up traffic to observe some high drama conflict.

New Jersey To Require Mandatory Kidney Donation

Kim Stagliano | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Kim Stagliano

The Garden State has passed a law that requires all healthy citizens to donate one kidney by age 45. Yes, the Garden State plans to reap your kidney. The law is called "Kidney2Me."