London is one of the world's great cities. So why do its businesses and marketers feel the need to import ill-fitting, faded concepts from across the Atlantic?
A non-profit thinks it's the future of urban development. Here's why they're dead wrong.
The country has passed new set of rules to make sure city dwellers don't get priced out of their neighborhoods. Will it work?
After a massive public outcry, the city has canceled plans to ruin one of its best-loved monuments.
The mayor says it's $14.15 (or £8.80) per hour, but has no plans to introduce legislation to force employers to pay it.
This is the city where language is more politicized than anywhere else in Europe.
Berghain's exclusivity is legendary. And a new app isn't going to help you past the velvet ropes.
Istanbul's $4 billion underwater rail project, which links its European and Asian sections, was nine years in the making. Even now, critics wonder whether it's safe.
At least, that's how it feels to Europeans, according to a new survey.
The city's innovative approach to keeping women safe may have actually had the opposite effect.
The German capital is currently reeling from news of a newly identified source of illegal drugs in the canine food chain: junkie poop.
France is buzzing about a new book that tries to put a price tag on the city, while also tracing its pattern of property ownership over time.
The so-called "iceberg homes" of the city's super-rich have finally drawn too much ire.
Spain's capital is banning everything from dangerous rollerblading to jumping in a fountain.
The city wants to replace its century-old gas lamps with LEDs, but preservationists are crying foul.
Scores of places still bear the hallmarks of the country's brutal past.
The city just instituted new bans on outdoor debauchery. But will they just push tourists into once-quiet neighborhoods?
A couple of cafes in the Czech Republic have created their own bare-bones bike-share, proving you don’t have to go big to succeed.
It doesn't get much more French than this.