A 1968 film by Victor Gruen and Associates celebrates a revitalized downtown and a pedestrian mall that won’t be around much longer.
The HBO miniseries’ tragic final act concludes with residents moving into their new homes.
Cities like Pittsburgh and Detroit are attracting more highly educated people.
But that doesn’t mean Congress should throw out healthier eating standards.
He was inspired to paint the New York piece after realizing “Trump kinda rhymes with dump.”
The director of a moving new documentary, Mama Agatha, talks about immigration, identity, and hope.
A study finds that 15 percent of packs sold over the counter bear illegal tax stamps. Even for nonsmokers, that’s a lot of dollars lost.
For four years during massive rebuilding, the state imposed a moratorium on all new subsidized housing. The city is still paying the price.
With a planned “cultural campus,” New Orleans’s famed costumed tribes hope to take back their image.
Since the recession, more children than ever are living in impoverished school districts.
An incomplete picture of displacement and return in New Orleans, in maps.
In NYC, calls about noise and blocked driveways are most frequent in zones between racially homogenous neighborhoods.
In challenging the Times Square pedestrian plaza, New York City leaders are showing a profound misunderstanding about the impact of public space.
A poll suggests British youth are abandoning an old, confusing tradition.
They're endangering aircraft and firefighters, but the FAA isn't stepping up. Who does that leave?
Ten years after Katrina, a complicated culture of “experiments” continues to shape the city.
Can training local barbers to talk to clients about civic participation increase voting?
Muckraker Steve Neavling has uncovered everything from busted rigs to broken hydrants to fragile pipes.
An interactive map underscores how mind-bogglingly vast Africa really is.
Residents of Baldwin, Michigan, pooled together their money to provide scholarships for everyone, and it changed the town profoundly.