We may not think of architects as cultural heroes. But those who have made breakthroughs in how we live deserve recognition.
Plus, a terrorism memorial becomes a magnet for public urination and the location of a British town's death registry office is questioned.
More of us than ever before are choosing to forgo formal offices. But some metro areas have seen bigger gains than others.
Who says recycling can't be fun?
This public art piece gives viewers a glimpse of the city's complete star map.
It's a bike that's built for people who hate bikes, basically.
Global street artist Slinkachu captures the loneliness and humor of life with model train people.
National coverage of ruin and revival gloss over deeper truths about these cities.
Will self-managed musicians and artists continue to be rarities, or is that path finally becoming a reality on a greater scale?
Lots of police clashes, and even a bit of nakedness.
Mayor Thomas Menino says busing is unpopular and outdated. So why are 10,000 Boston kids on a waiting list to be bused to higher-quality schools?
Hispanic voters could influence the presidential race in key battleground states.
Grow Dat offers kids a chance to learn about urban farming and hunger.
Author Steven Johnson, described by some as a "Darwin of Technology," on the future of urban innovation.
In these satellite images, the street markets glow red.
This hacked "Waterfall Swing" puts kids through dozens of rainstorms each minute.
New research from Philadelphia finds that the city's newborn mortality rate spiked after a spate of hospital closures.
The winner of the "High Line for London" competition isn't very high at all.
Using GPS technology implanted in shoes, artists envision the paths that runners love to tackle.