A photographer layers history over buildings that no longer remain.
Researchers have developed a GIS-based technique to keep track of skyline changes.
San Francisco and Philadelphia are the first major U.S. cities to install innovation officers. What exactly do these guys do, and will their stodgy government colleagues let them get away with it?
Plus, Los Tigres del Norte Rancho are banned in Mexico for singing about drugs; it's forbidden to sleep in your car in Santa Margarita; get those cars off of your front yards, Muskegon!
Two artists take a unique approach to preservation, creating to-scale images of historic interiors.
A new report focuses on the dire situation in 15 big cities, and highlights the changing role of the public library.
Across the country, newspapers are cutting their editorial boards. Here's what we lose when they disappear.
Truly, this is a city that loves to watch winged animals duel to their bloody deaths.
A Philadelphia photography project transforms ad spaces with pictures of the working poor.
The often subtle (and occasionally lucrative) art of expressing city pride, via t-shirt.
The number of people who work in a different city than they live is growing rapidly.
Virtual supermarkets may be coming soon to a transit station near you.
Which street scene is more beautiful? A website endeavors to answer that question.
The OpenPlans.org team wants to see if it can quantify what makes one street nicer than another.
An interview with Toronto photographer Tom Ryaboi, who likes to capture the city from up high - way up high.
New numbers from the Urban Institute require some context.
A Charles Dickens birthday party at a bootleg statue and other news.
The murals can't be that ugly. Or can they?
Why some signs help you get where you're going while others get you lost.