Plus, Tucson kills its Mexican American Studies program to comply with state law; Gulfport, Mississippi, clears out lawn couches; a meat thief is banned in Britain.
Quite possibly the world's worst photo contest.
New numbers from the Urban Institute require some context.
Only New York City has comparatively expensive tickets for parking at an expired meter.
A proposal to eliminate a share of the federal gas tax dedicated to public transportation would devastate urban mobility.
A critical look at the Bureau of Labor Statistics' employment projections for the rest of the decade.
America's mayors have joined up to battle criminal-gun trafficking... and to make entertaining football commercials, apparently.
In an increasingly globalized world, Occupy Wall Street reinforced the primacy of place.
Plus a look back at some of our favorite recent tactical urbanism installations.
GOOD writer Cord Jefferson on falling in love with the West Coast.
Local churches come together to protest a recently-passed ban on worship services in public schools.
A look at some ideas for a park in New York City.
Cabs don't have to compete with buses and subways - they can complement them.
These roadways have performed well by some traffic standards, but problems remain.
Also, Bogota outlaws public handguns; L.A. says no to beach football; a palm-reading aptitude test is no longer acceptable in China; and Hoboken bans Snookie.
A statistical examination of the long-term sports successes and failures of the cities in this year's Super Bowl.
The team behind the film Chronicle is behind the elaborate viral video.
Comparing the price of an iPad and more than 20 other consumer goods across a selection of the world's major cities.
A British blogger conceives an answer: digital platforms that indicate the passenger volumes of various cars.