A process called "blexting" and a neighborhood-focused property auction may help fix the city's crippling property woes.
Massimo Vignelli, who died Tuesday at the age of 83, brought simplicity to American graphic design.
The water and solar-powered device is expected to pick up as much as 800,000 pounds of garbage a year.
"DON'T HONK YOUR HORN. ROBOT IN CHARGE WON'T REACT TO IT."
The Guastavinos helped design thousands of buildings around the U.S., but nowhere is their work as prominent as in New York City.
Four decades of federal spending priorities, in charts.
Where the biggest demographic shifts are happening along the city's Green line, the buildings are changing with them.
A new book looks back at the Detroit Publishing Company's stunning Photochrom postcards.
Why travel to Giza when Shijiazhuang has its own noseless replica?
From soccer-themed public art projects to social unrest, the FIFA tournament is already visible all over the country.
Don ZanFanga was especially obsessed with the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
Whenever Sir Richard Branson's "spaceline" is finally ready for business (soon, he says), Truth or Consequences will be the first place to notice.
An exhibit highlighting the city's rich history of architectural innovation also hopes to encourage big new ideas.
Eastern State Penitentiary housed its last inmates in 1971. Since then, it's become a destination for visitors, art, and prison-era reunions.
A photo exhibit of Dan Kiley's prolific career.
A new exhibit looks at the history of the iconic structure through photographs and architectural drawings.
Times are so tough in Shamokin, City Hall had its gas cut off last month.
Catching up with the man fascinated by the relationship between humans and their personal vehicles.
Bernard Plossu was the country's Kerouac, telling stories through his seemingly aimless travels.