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The Reading Room: NASA Reminds Us That ‘Home’ Is Planet Earth; Boston Developers Think It Could Also Be a Former Church

The Reading Room: NASA Reminds Us That ‘Home’ Is Planet Earth; Boston Developers Think It Could Also Be a Former Church

Credit: NASA

Credit: NASA

We definitely believe that there’s no place like home—and on Earth Day, NASA reminds us that we all share one home: Planet Earth. The agency will be sharing amazing views of our planet with the hashtag #NoPlaceLikeHome, and you can, too. [NASA]

The Catholic Church has been struggling in Boston recently, leaving its houses of worship in many neighborhoods empty. Naturally, some developers are looking at turning them into condos. [Boston Globe]

Hannes Coudenys hates the bad architecture of his homeland so much, he has a blog—and now a book—called “Ugly Belgian Houses.” The thing is, they’re kind of fascinating. [Slate]

One dad’s complicated real estate portfolio became the family’s almanac. [Wall Street Journal]

A presentation on housing affordability at a national convention of America’s urban planners was basically one big buzzkill. [CityLab]

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