A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the past seven days.
They’re part of a larger German movement to reduce food waste, but inspectors recently found “unhygienic conditions.”
What happened in Flint reflects an environmental bureaucracy too easily tripped up by local politics.
But there are still loads of restrictions in place for potential travelers.
New government data show how the Golden State compares to the rest of the country—and it’s not even close.
Cybernetica shows off outdated technology but offers a message that's still relevant today.
Zalec is well-known for its hops. Now it wants to be known for dispensing them like water.
Amid threats of closure, mainstays like Carnegie Deli in New York and the Kingfish in Oakland feel like essential parts of a city's culture.
A group of fair housing advocates have created a blueprint for how it could be done.
D.C.’s promising new plan would equitably distribute such facilities across the city and serve more residents.
Researchers are tapping into photo-sharing platforms like Instagram to analyze everything from air pollution to street design.
“Follower” offers the unique experience of being obsessively spied upon.
Minneapolis is thinking about nixing these consumer-friendly byways. More cities should follow suit.
Community activists are trying to preserve what’s left of the old New York neighborhood, and to memorialize what’s gone.
A new national organization will push to make it easier to get solar power when it can’t go on your own roof.
The source of the photos leaked to the media remains a mystery.
And slum dwellers are suffering the consequences.
The Wildlife Conservation Society will archive and preserve over 12,000 photos from the Bronx Zoo and New York Aquarium.