Is Preservation a Better Way to Get Affordable Housing?, A Community Garden Became an Alternative to Juvenile Detention, and more...

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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Is Preservation a Better Way to Get Affordable Housing?

Researchers at the Urban Institute make the case for preservation instead of construction.

Tanvi Misra

A Community Garden Became an Alternative to Juvenile Detention

A small green space in Queens helps court-involved youths turn their lives around.

Eillie Anzilotti

And Now, Habitat III, the Olympics of Urbanization

The UN summit, coming in October, happens only every 20 years and aims to chart the path of global cities in the 21st Century.

Anthony Flint

In the 1950s, General Motors Made a Pretty Modern Case for Buses

The automaker produced an earnest, albeit self-interested, pitch for public transportation.

Andrew Small

Chicago's 'Predictive Policing' List Isn't Preventing Violence

A new study finds that the program has failed to prevent gun violence, but has helped identify perpetrators retroactively.

George Joseph

No Prison for Big Freedia Over Housing Voucher Fraud

The New Orleans Bounce music legend has been caught in the crosshairs of the city’s complicated housing policies.

Brentin Mock

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