A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
On Sunday, Glendale, Arizona will host its second NFL championship game. History is making it hard for city officials to be excited about it.
Toxic smog billowing from China's coal-fired power plants is making snowstorms in the U.S. worse.
Let's take a stroll down memory lane.
Armed with tiny orbiting sensors, a startup plans to build the world's largest database of private weather data.
They're not always a waste of time—for consumers or for businesses.
If everyone who recently migrated to cities in the region were a country unto themselves, it would be the world's sixth largest.
That’s grim news not just for Icelanders, but for everyone.
Top engineer Ted Zoli says the era of shared-use structures has arrived.
In cities like Philadelphia, a remarkable 64 percent of the people riding public transportation are thought to be women.
These colorful, gold-plated bangles feature landmarks big and small.
A new exhibition of projects by the wildly experimental Bjarke Ingels Group shows a commitment to functional sci-fi design.
A Berlin café called Culinary Misfits makes the most of local food by cooking with cast-off produce.
Who knew saffron risotto with barberry chutney could say so much about Internet censorship in Iran?
This visionary office attaches to existing buildings to fill them with light, hope, and zucchini.
Here in Britain at least, cement has been deemed to be part of our heritage, too.
How the NFC champs got caught up in a tussle over West Coast airline market share.
What a peer-to-peer, pay-to-pee service says about the lack of public restrooms in Western cities.
The oceans are getting warmer and that means bigger, badder storms in the future.