A new analysis disputes the idea that cities need a strong central business district to draw commuters onto transit.
Sebastien Toutant took advantage of Montreal's record snow, performing some impressive stunts in a downtown park.
We'll take a cup of kindness yet, for Auld Lang Syne.
The French want to know about ornamental holly, Germans are curious about cul-de-sacs, and the Vietnamese are reading up on sex positions.
Enough with the yarn bombing already, and other wishes for the new year.
The percentage of accidents involving alcohol varies widely by city.
Apple theft is so bad it's having an effect on the overall crime rate.
A personal, eclectic list.
They received a proposal for a "no cost" barrier system at least a year ago — and haven't moved on it.
Scott Hazard creates trompe l'oeil that make it looks like he's chewing holes through the fabric of space-time.
Two Chicago communities with similar stories see vastly different outcomes.
Let's hope outrage over the Marlins deal never fades away.
The city is getting soft.
A perfect representation of density.
Imagine marshes, floating neighborhoods, and hydroponic farms on city land.
Measures that don't account for location fail to capture purchasing power differences.
Kuala Lampur, Chicago, Toronto, San Francisco, and Hurricane Sandy make this year's list.
Think your commute stinks? At least there's not a freezing microclimate happening inside your public-transit system.
The city's parallel transportation network, invented by companies like Facebook, Google and Apple, could be creating unforeseen consequences.