Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle's "Weather Field" installation is designed to create a "microclimate" in the air.
This street art puts a new twist on the phrase "urban jungle."
Using information to improve programs, even when money's tight.
Also, California cities binge on foie gras before it's banned; Boston knocks down satellite dishes; you can't dress up like Tinker Bell at Disney World; a British city welcomes back meter maids.
The city's largest public art project opened this week.
Imagining a guidebook for the city in 2025.
A new initiative encourages young people to paint for peace.
In Denver, a new model of how to revitalize older, distressed public housing sites in an ambitious yet sensitive way.
Witness the evolution of NYC's billion-square-foot roofscape in the face of climate change.
A new study identifies 11 knowledge cluster regions throughout the U.S. and their economic impact.
Deductive reasoning says Seattleites should drink 'em while they got 'em.
Step aside, copper thieves. There's a new weirdly brazen criminal in town.
It's surely just as well.
Artist Leo Villereal is still hoping to outfit the iconic span with a carpet of white lights that's 1.5 miles long.
How ubiquitous data and smart city infrastructure may change urban experience.
A fake musical of David Simon's Baltimore saga has surfaced, featuring actual actors from the show.
As early as 1951, the late author feared America's cities would become places where someone taking a simple walk down the street would be greeted with suspicion.
Students call for reform to the pedagogical schools.
Brazil's Curitiba was once a model of sustainable planning. Now, it's struggling with a slew of urban problems.