“Gentrification, it turns out, usually stops at the schoolhouse door,” the reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones has argued.
Watch your step.
In some parts of the stricken city, the turnaround is here. Other parts are still waiting.
The “Mobile Cyclorama” app pays digital homage to the art of panoramas.
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Patterns of consumption fall along class lines in the nation’s most populous county.
Residents are packed like sardines, a new report by the city comptroller’s office says.
Why Boulder is taking pre-emptive measures against density, zoning changes, and affordable housing. Bad ones.
Why does a strong real-estate market push people to forgo getting an education?
America’s largest cities saw big gains in their white population from 2010 to 2014—with Millennials leading the way.
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More retirement and nursing homes are asking college students to move in, an arrangement that benefits everyone.
Just conjure up a bedroom at night, and then make it disappear.
In the San Joaquin Valley, a legacy of shortsighted land-use planning has intensified the water crisis for poor residents.
Trulia tracks five years of noise complaints in the three big cities.
Who wouldn't welcome the incredibly loud, high-pitched, nighttime mating call of the coqui?
The state’s legislature is considering a bill that would seize the authority of local governments on fair housing, wages, and even traffic laws.
An Italian Instagrammer creates fantasy out of reality.