Critics of London Mayor Boris Johnson's ambitious air pollution plan may be missing the bigger picture.
Even British writing on London isn't exactly a cliché-free zone.
No second bathrooms, no fireplaces or under-floor heating, no new balconies and no reserved parking places.
4 clichés every travelogue about Germany's capital apparently must include.
In England, Christmas Eve is the time to tell ghost stories. A reflection on some of the city's spookiest nooks and crannies.
The city is redrawing its transit map without an expensive overhaul. Instead, it stitched together old, underexploited track.
Quasi-legal buildings are popping up for rent all over the city, and officials are doing little to regulate these Dickensian dwellings.
The portrait of the city as a burnt-out hellscape has little basis in reality.
The country has long been a model for flashy, absurd infrastructure, but austerity is finally slowing it down.
The city's properties are being sucked up by out-of-towners who visit only a few weeks a year, turning neighborhoods into ghost towns.
Increasingly, I find fashionable inner city neighborhoods as banal as any suburb, just more expensive.
A series of ads aims to restore civility to the Paris subway.
Olympic visitors came for the sports, and stayed for the karaoke bar in the mall. Why aren't they visiting London?
In the end, the Olympics have helped the city achieve in a decade what might otherwise have taken two or three.
The American presidential candidate may not understand that for Britons, complaining is a way of showing you care.
The city's new cable car crossing the Thames suffered a malfunction this morning, but Opening Ceremonies hype is building.
GPS-enabled apps have changed the going-out culture in the city.
Though the spectacle has been underwhelming, London may have an edge over the Chinese capital in long-term planning.
With a Twitter-based mood-measuring lightshow displayed on the London Eye, we're about to find out.