'The Last Black Man in San Francisco' Searches for Home in a Fast-Changing City, A Dutch City Makes Room for Its River and a New Identity, and more...

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Monday, May 25, 2015

'The Last Black Man in San Francisco' Searches for Home in a Fast-Changing City

Now fundraising on Kickstarter, a film by two S.F. natives will grapple with race, class, displacement, and the importance of friendship.

Laura Bliss

A Dutch City Makes Room for Its River and a New Identity

Nijmegen is turning a flood-control project on the River Waal into an opportunity to redevelop its inner core.

Letty Reimerink

What to Do When You're Hit By a Car

It’s scary and unimaginable, but pedestrians and cyclists must know how to react if it happens to them—or to someone else.

Laura Bliss

Omaha Just Designed a Way Better Transit System for Zero Cost

The FORWARD plan brings frequency and all-week service to the heartland.

Eric Jaffe

These 11 Cities Are Growing Faster Than San Francisco

The Sunbelt is where it’s at.

Tanvi Misra

The 50 States of Highly Specific Food Cravings

A new map uses Foursquare data to reveal the most unique tastes in food or drink, state by state.

Laura Bliss