Mapping musicians and the music businesses across the U.S.
Who does the city's newspaper really belong to? Not the Newhouses.
Mostly to turn or because the signal doesn't recognize them, according to the latest research.
No trace of the primitive people mover remains, except an extremely colorful history.
Sean Mann works to build community with a neighborhood-based league and a new local minor league team.
Property taxes are still down, which means schools are still cutting staff. Will the teaching economy ever recover?
With legal challenges mounting, the NYPD conducted 70,000 fewer stops last quarter.
The Indian government is giving local officials satellite imagery to help plan their futures.
The burden of unemployment has been felt hardest on those in working-class factory, construction, and low-wage service jobs.
City comes to a halt in honor of an effort to liberate the city from the Nazis in 1944.
Meet Brickstarter, a Kickstarter for urbanism, architecture, and design.
In honor of the city's 775th anniversary, a team of artists is painting a map on a central square.
A real-time stream of every photo taken in five cities.
The less city you can see through the trees, the better for your brain, new research suggests.
An interview with innovative architect Peter Calthorpe.
A group of photographers set out to reinvent the image of Ciudad Juarez.
Served at weddings, parties, even funerals, the chili-doused bundle of goodness offers insight into Detroit's history.
Now French skaters can Ollie North any time of the day, thanks to the equivalent of a million fireflies' cumulative photon storm.
Rare footage offers a glimpse of the city right after World War I. Compare those with sleek aerial footage from today.