Multimillionaire Graham Hill has taken a lot of heat since his New York Times column, but he's still out there trying to sell his "living with less" message.
The death of the Boston Phoenix may signal the approaching end of these storied city institutions. But there's also a lot more news outlets to choose from today.
Jeffrey Milstein has turned a lifelong fascination with airplanes into a gorgeous portrait series of jet hubs.
That's the idea, at least.
We're getting ready to launch a new series on city-level experimentation around the world, and we need your help.
The light of urban development seen from space can tell us much about the shape of the world's economy.
It may actually make it sicker.
Each of the U-Bahn's 173 stations comes with its own design.
Enrollment is declining, and charter schools are the most likely culprit.
The troubled Museum of Contemporary Art just rejected an offer to merge with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Companies like Trader Joe's and Costco are proving that the decision to offer low wages is a choice, not an economic necessity.
The city wants to wrest the soft drugs trade away from criminal gangs, but the national government may not let it proceed.
A new study finds that people who used to make the whole trip by bike or transit now drive to the station.
TrustoCorp totally had its way with the old Rock-a-Hoola water park in California's Mojave Dessert.
A book of unbuilt Ottoman-era architectural and engineering plans sheds surprising light on the current building boom in Turkey’s largest city.
San Francisco's sources of drinking water are threatened on multiple fronts.
A "retail simulation" that tells stories of "social stratification, food, romance, money and death."
The average wealth of today's 20 and 30-somethings is 7 percent below that of those in their 20s and 30s in 1983.
The nation's engineers surprise everyone with a slightly less dismal outlook on the state of our infrastructure.