Good afternoon and welcome back to the start of another week, the last of October. Time is certainly flying as we head into our third pandemic winter, but hopefully, this one will be a bit more lively.
Here’s what’s going on today:
The four-year Pompidou Center renovations are delayed until after the 2024 Paris Olympics
At the start of this year, Paris’s Pompidou Center announced a series of “desperately needed” renovations that would require a four-year closure—now the closure is being pushed until after the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, to keep the cultural center open for visitors. The initial renovation plan, which included a host of building system efficiency and
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