Corbin Hiar is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance journalist who has written for
The New Republic
, among other publications.
Urban Sustainability's Missing Ingredient? Education
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The Extraordinary Future of Shoes
A Vignelli-Inspired Map Designed to Make the Least Amount of People Mad
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How Barcelona and Philadelphia Are Turning Procurement Upside Down
Restaurants Really Can Determine the Fate of Cities and Neighborhoods
Wealthy New Yorkers Can't Afford to Move
A Brief History of Houses Built Out of Spite
The Little-Studied Link Between 'Murder Capitals' and Population Decline
The Atlanta Transit Agency's Big Plan to Convert Parking Lots into Housing
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