As the Games approach and reality sets in for hoteliers, procrastinating tourists are starting to be rewarded.
A walk down Broadway used to be all jangle and buzz, an urban improvisation of sound and action. Now it’s more like a prerecorded loop that repeats block after block.
In Auckland, New Zealand, a micro-theater is grafted onto an existing stoop, transforming stairs into seats.
An interactive mapping effort tries to find where locals think their neighborhoods actually are.
By 2031, this summer's Olympic site should be a dense checkerboard of housing and parkland.
The Fall of the Creative Class? Not so fast.
A new book argues that locavores are terrible for the environment, the economy and global food security.
Your waste goes on a magical journey from becoming "mixed liquor" to "sludge cakes," as this photographic tour of Arlington County, Virginia's newly renovated wastewater plant reveals.
The Ansar Dine have seized the city and hope to "destroy every mausoleum in the city — all of them, without exception."
In a blow to the national humor reserve, Brooklyn's 36th Street stop will no longer be wantonly tripping commuters.
With limited public access until the games conclude, a preview of London's Olympic Village.
It's even creepier than you might've thought.
It takes a long time to get big infrastructure investments through the process, but it doesn't have to.
Lengthy waits at customs cause concern as Olympic-related traffic begins.
Turning urban infrastructure into de facto cooling equipment.
The Russian capital has officially added more than 500 square miles to its footprint.
The future of the map isn't directions, it's information.
A new report makes the case against a top-down approach to developing high-tech districts.
They're an increasingly important part of our lives, but we've shunned them into hiding on rooftops and in fake trees.