Henry Grabar

Urbanist Toolkit Bracket Challenge: Championship Round

This one's for all the marbles.

Dhiradj Djairam/UTDelft

How Long Must We Wait for the Bladeless Windmill?

A few years, at least. But the future is bright.

ChicagoGeek/Flickr

Bizarre Preservation Fixation of the Day: Ronald Reagan's Childhood Home

Two years of Reagan's youth wasn't enough to save this apartment house.

Reuters

The Tallest Building in Chechnya Is Engulfed in Flames

No injuries have been reported.

Amazing Treasure of the Day: A 114-Year-Old Sidewalk Clock

What time is it, New York?

Jamal Saidi/Reuters

Saudi Arabia Will Let Women Ride Bicycles — But Only For Fun

No transportation!

Urbanist Bracket Challenge: Final Four

Only one round left...

Google

Jokes of the Day: April Fools Urbanist Round-Up

Perhaps all humor really is local.

Mecanoo

Invention of the Day: A Bladeless Windmill

Could this be the answer to urban wind power enthusiasts?

Urbanist Bracket Challenge: Elite Eight

More upsets, a nail-biter, and standings.

Flickr/Boston Public Library

TV Show of the Day: '10 Buildings That Changed America'

Architecture television is a rare thing.

Felice Varini

This Street Art Will Blow Your Mind

Swiss artist Felice Varini transforms the viewer's perception of space.

Nomad/eVolo

A Glorious Collection of the Craziest Skyscraper Concepts You've Ever Seen

Eight years of "outstanding ideas for vertical living," courtesy architectural magazine eVolo.

Joshua Roberts/Reuters

Parking Ticket of the Day: The One Rep. Louie Gohmert Isn't Paying

Will the Texas congressman pay up?

Urbanist Bracket Challenge: Sweet 16

Round 2 of our gut-wrenching head-to-head matchup!

Craigslist

Car of the Day: A California Two-Way

This automobile is always facing forward.

Reuters

A Cyclist's Lost Arm Becomes a Symbol of Reform in São Paulo

The mayor of Brazil's largest city pledges to stop the carnage. Will it work?

London Cycling Campaign

Redesign of the Day: A Truck That Won't Kill Cyclists

London Cycling Campaign has a free design tip.

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

Is Racial Profiling Institutional at the NYPD?

New evidence from the stop-and-frisk lawsuit.