Our weekly roundup of the most intriguing articles about cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
But the coffee is free.
Inspired by a dancing peacock and covered with artifacts and art.
A sidewalk transformation from New Zealand.
Where one man's fascination with burgers and New York's MTA intersect.
Almost no one likes the Michael Graves office building. But it's one of America's most important pieces of postmodern architecture.
It's being used to power laptops, grind grain for beer, and churn butter.
Brits and Indonesians may not be happy with the results.
The film may be set in L.A., but cars take a back seat.
The polar vortex brought the temperature in Embarrass, Minnesota, down to minus 35.
Permanent happy hour.
The world's cutest face-off.
He transformed an abandoned department store's display windows into old-timey ads.
A round-up of our favorite reads.
It's like a real-life comic book.
Urban areas show a noticeable trend toward god-revering place names.
New York in 1776, Charleston in 1780, Baltimore in 1801.
Bill de Blasio's plan to ban the Central Park carriages will force Hollywood to come up with some other way to convey romance in New York.