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Word of the Day: "Shoffice." [The Wall Street Journal]
Happy birthday to architect Louis Sullivan, known as the "father of the skyscraper," who was born on this day in 1856.
Seven More Stories for Wednesday:
A new Berlin monument honors the roughly 300,000 disabled people killed by the Nazis. [The New York Times]
San Francisco is offering incentives for turning empty lots into urban farms. [NBC Bay Area]
Infrastructure in Los Angeles is crumbling. [The New York Times]
Illustrator Federico Babina* has a new collection. [Designboom]
The sinkhole at Kentucky's National Corvette Museum will not be preserved. [NPR]
The California legislature adopted bills that would establish the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, regulating groundwater for the first time in the state's history. [JD Supra]
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*Correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled Federico Babina's name.