61-year-old Wai Kuen Kwok died Sunday after being shoved in front of an oncoming train. The city has no plans to invest in protective barriers.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
A 19th-century "transformation mask" from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, inspired the team's logo. A new exhibit explores the history and significance of the piece.
Modesto, California, was once ranked the nation's least livable city. That spurred one man to uncover its forgotten contributions to 20th-century architectural history.
The town of Hogeway, outside Amsterdam, is a Truman Show-style nursing home.
Sari-sari stores are ubiquitous in Philippine cities, and nearly all of them are owned by women—who are now bringing their businesses into the future.
A new crop of restaurants in gas stations, like Seoul Food D.C., will help suburbs grow into more authentic urban places.
Thousands of acres across the country were partially developed during the housing boom. What should happen to them now?
A chart-filled data dive on one of mobility's most important trends.
The infamous English artist collages blades, pins, and needles to render aerial images of cities around the world.
The luminescent path is modeled after the painter's "The Starry Night."
Demographer William Frey explains how minorities are poised to re-map America.
A state-owned gaming facility in Aachen got rid of its two paintings by the Pop Art icon to partly fund a new casino. Could this set a dangerous precedent for publicly owned art?
Why settle for regular stripes when you can sport a pattern made from video footage of Fort Greene or Red Hook?
The revamped H Street corridor in Northeast D.C. has become a profitable place for African Americans to open bars. But they face more hurdles to getting a business running than the area's mostly white newcomers.
Inspired by Milgram's famous experiment, an analysis of Twitter networks and geography reveals how personal connections get lost at the city level.
You're going to want to start staying away from lone trees and flag poles as climate change continues.
After seven weeks of protest, the rest of the Umbrella Movement is divided on what to do next.
Now that more than a dozen cities and states have decriminalized marijuana, colleges are having a tough time figuring out where they stand on the issue.