Some numbers say small-town folk are happier than city folk, but the true story is much more complicated
A new exhibit reveals how architects and designers are embracing community participation in developing world projects
The use of scale models in city planning has gone out of fashion, but interest in them as historical records remains high
Two cities choose two very different paths in dealing with aging stadiums
The new book 'Carrot City' celebrates the aesthetics of urban agriculture
Cleveland finds a way to embrace winter at Progressive Field
Sunday's 10-mile street closure in Los Angeles is a sign of progress in a city short on public space
They're less visible, but most cities have flags just like countries or states. Some are great. Others, not so much.
By restricting pedestrian movement, the city rewards bad drivers
Arturas Zuokas's viral tank video honored for 'improbable research'
Revised census figures reveal the cities with the most same-sex households
Michael Pollan's bestseller returns with whimsical art from Maira Kalman
ArtPrize is delivering on crowds, but whether that's translating to economic opportunity for the city remains to be seen
30 examples of great places in American cities from the American Planning Association
Award-winning streetscape project helps rebuild a tornado-damaged town
Jack Storey of the group Saving Cities on their new film, 'Red, White & Blueprints'
The art collector discusses why she's so passionate about Miami, and which city is the best place to live for artists
The pioneering 'Social Life of Small Urban Spaces' explores public plazas and their uses