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Rebecca Weitzel and Jeff Waschkowski live in a buried home in Omaha, Nebraska and while winters temperatures can hit negative 30 degrees (record lows), inside the home is affected by the temperature of the earth, not the air, and rarely drops below 55°F (13°C). Built as a labor of love by Lloyd Texley, the former head of science for the Omaha Public School District, the underground home took him 10 years to build. He buried 3 rebar-enforced concrete domes under up to 15 feet of dirt. The home's only opening is a glass wall facing south. Waschkowski explains that because the indoor temperature reflects the heat of the surrounding earth, it mostly fluctuates between 64 and 74°F. The couple explain the home is also very quiet and soundproofed from the noise of their busy street. With all ...
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The $12 million facility will have 64 emergency shelter beds and 62 permanent housing units.
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The subterranean home includes a 15-seat home theater. A 45-foot-deep underground bunker in southeast Georgia has recently been listed for $17.5 million. The 12-bedroom, 12-bath lair was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1969 during the Cold War for $7 million. In 2012, the subterranean facility was fully renovated to meet government standards for underground residences. Located two hours from Savannah, the 14,000-square-foot home includes 32 acres of land and features a private theater with 15 seats, a modern kitchen with granite countertops, two business centers, and two conference rooms. The bunker, which can withstand a 20-kiloton explosion, includes a 1,000-gallon storage tank filled with water from a 300-foot-deep well from a nearby aquifer.
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Comparing their work to reanimating a corpse, Matthew Quilty and Adam Kalkin believe in giving new life to unused shipping containers. They have turned these industrial corpses into homes, mobile kitchens/cafes, and event spaces. “In the United States today there are about a half a billion containers just sitting there, about 70% of those are in light or no use,” explains Quilty from the Central New Jersey warehouse where Industrial Zombie’s transformations take place. “It makes so much more sense to recycle something that has been made for another purpose and upcycle it for another purpose rather than starting from scratch.” By adding elements like glass garage doors or actuators, but preserving most of the structure, they try to transform what to many are “unsightly, inexpensive” objec...
A new group in Omaha is working to make sure a specific group of homeless teens has a place to go. According to the Midwest LGBT Services Foundation, gay teens make up nearly 40 percent of homeless youth. Board members and advocates say nonacceptance is the major factor driving gay and lesbian teens unto the streets.
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On September 2nd and 23rd, 2010, volunteers from Mutual of Omaha and P4K 7th graders teamed up to put together over 70 care packages and over 40 sack lunches for kids currently residing in the Heartland Family Service Children's Emergency Shelter. This shelter is designed to meet the need of the State to find placement for children at risk of abuse and neglect at a moments' notice — often immediately after an investigation has been conducted and children have been removed from the home. (more info at: http://heartlandfamilyservice.org/programs/child-abuse/) Many of the mentored students in The Partnership For Our Kids are themselves living below the poverty line, making them up to six time more likely to drop out of school than their peers in a school district where roughly 30% of studen...
Todd Andrews reports.