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The Reading Room: How City Living Affects Your Taxes, Your Allergies, and Your Sleep

The Reading Room: How City Living Affects Your Taxes, Your Allergies, and Your Sleep

Credit: Iwan Baan

Credit: Iwan Baan

The U.S. is going to get its first big architecture show this fall, and the Chicago Architecture Biennial just released the lineup of its official participants. [Curbed]

The young folks who heed the Call of the Big City—whichever one that may be—should take a moment to think about what urban living will cost them in taxes. [Ozy]

It turns out the Southern U.S. is not a good place for allergy sufferers to live, but there are things you can do. [CityLab]

Where you live can determine how you sleep—but does that predict how much you weigh? [Urbanful]

Californian communities, freaking out over the drought, are turning to a technology with a not-so-great track record (ask Australia): desalination of ocean water. [New York Times]

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