Effective height restrictions may be hurting more of our cities than we realize.
The joy of eating at one of New York's classic neighborhood spots.
From small towns in America to entire nations in Asia, tourism boards provide the Internet with video gems (whether they mean to or not).
Locks for love.
A temporary facade at Rotterdam’s central administrative office includes a vertical garden, two basketball courts and street furniture.
The Super Bowl proved just how walkable Indianapolis' stadium scene is.
San Francisco's "Guerilla Grafters" are transforming the city's trees into bootleg fruit producers, much to the chagrin of officials.
The architectural centerpiece for a series of man-made islands would also become the world's tallest building.
Frozen canals, a fake holy water racket, and more news from the "City of Water."
The list of America's Most Literate Cities suggests there's little relationship between literacy and economic development. Our analysis suggests otherwise.
U.K. bus stops will soon smell like delicious baked potatoes. And this is likely just the beginning.
The 2010 bank-robbery flick finally gets the recognition it deserves with Boston's newest street corner, "The Town Take 2 Place."
A free job to the person who can come up with the best tour of Great Britian, and more news.
Decades after colonialism, Asmara has embraced the buildings Italy left behind.
One designer's vision to turn Maine's rural Piscataquis county into a 125-acre car-free village.
The Los Angeles protesters are up in arms about the prospect of their artwork landing in a museum or art gallery.
A conversation with philanthropist Richard H. Driehaus about the importance of traditional architecture.
A London designer gives the staid solar car a badass, stealth-bomberlike makeover.
A Charles Dickens birthday party at a bootleg statue and other news.