New York City's first gay urban resort will open next year. Is this the start of a new brand of architecture?
In 2012, the parents of every new baby will receive about $129 from the government, and other news
A photographer challenges typical Western portrayals of Africa, asking: "who do these photos serve?"
The city went broke in the 1870s. A look at how the Memphis of today compares with this low point
A round-up of my most provocative and meaningful 2011 columns
A round-up of the strangest city highlights from alternative weeklies around the country
What Andrew Ross gets wrong in his book about the city's flawed sustainability initiatives
A new report lists the temporary and systemic issues keeping the industry from helping the economy recover
An urban escalator opens in hilly Medellin slum
A Hitchcockian take on the danger of perpetual suburbanization from the Urban Land Institute
More and more townships are choosing to join up with cities
Silicon Valley cities try to entice the A’s and 49ers to move into new digs
The bidding war that wasn't for Vatican.xxx and other news from the holy city
How can we preserve what makes a place great while allowing it to evolve?
Why cities like Green Bay win an outsize number of championships
The home retail giant is building a walkable, mostly car-free neighborhood in East London
Los Angeles government officials are preserving some of the art created during Occupy Wall Street, the first major city to do so
The best - and strangest - in urban catch phrases
The farcical design mimics the vision Kim Jong Il allegedly saw at birth