The cities have been locked in battle since 1885, with no signs of stopping.
Also, New York updates its list of offensive license plates, and one rebellious bureaucrat thwarts Pennsylvania's anti-gay-marriage laws.
The curious results of walking tours in New York, Berlin and Mumbai.
A start-up has recruited hundreds of dinner party hosts across Europe and South America. It's coming to New York -- will it succeed?
Illuminated nightscapes are a new worldwide arena, where global cities will compete for recognition.
Communications Director Barbara Morgan went on a long, kind of unbelievable rant to Talking Points Memo on a former intern.
The makers of the grass-covered "Babilawn" claim it makes ugly A/C units "aesthetically pleasing" from both "inside and out."
Leni Schwendinger is leading a community effort to rethink the way neighborhoods look after dark.
The frontier of online retail keeps getting weirder.
Why we pretend the next storm won't happen—and flush billions in disaster relief down the drain.
You can't blame Danny Kedem, a Hillary Clinton presidential campaign veteran, for not going down with the ship.
Just not always for the better: "I've deliberately designed maps that are deliberately horrible to look at, and succeeded."
A round-up of the best stories on urbanism we've come across in the last 7 days.
The Everybody Street trailer captures the "visceral rush" of shooting from the perspective of the medium's masters.
Something like trash on the street can rejigger our entire sense of a place.
His favorability has plummeted, along with his chances of winning the primary in the mayoral election.
This is nothing like banning soda.
Even around 1918, the public-transit system in New York was fairly robust.
Two years of consensus-building led to a celebration, not a protest.