The U.K.’s Real Junk Food Project is bringing its network of pay-what-you-can cafés, stalls, and grocery stores to the U.S.
Copenhagen tries out a novel concept for a bleak-looking future.
Say goodbye to trays and conveyor belts.
A new report nonetheless finds much to praise in their response.
A striking visualization shows how much buying power average Europeans really have after tax.
In cities like Amsterdam, “Roboats” could also function as temporary floating infrastructure.
It’s sleeker, more tech-friendly—and cheaper.
Hundreds of cars have been torched in recent months, but why?
London Mayor Sadiq Khan wants to protect creative workers from displacement.
It’s all about money, of course, but the Berghain case is also a symbol of how seriously the city takes its nightlife scene.
An interesting, concerning insight into Europe’s commuters, public transit, and pollution
Yet more evidence of a city built on bones.
Residents may think they know, but a massive new report suggests a far more complex reality.
With the abrupt closure of Fabric, the U.K. capital does some soul-searching about its future.
They match uneaten restaurant portions with hungry bargain hunters.
Work began this week on the last section. Will it do the trick?
Even the wealthy can’t always afford the city’s most expensive neighborhoods these days.
Could a liquor license entice riders on to the underused Emirates Air Line?