The most and least dense U.S. metros for business enterprise.
If we're all being put to work as consumers in the production of the things we buy, it must be having an effect on the landscape of our cities.
Our weekly look back at the stories you may have missed.
A new study finds ethnic and racial diversity increasing across all types of communities.
A different kind of subway art.
Students who participate in these programs have greater responsibility and a better chance of full-time employment.
In Video Painting Europe, Sweatshoppe uses ingenious infrared tracking to smear digital video over concrete surfaces with paint rollers.
In Tokyo, an artist creates sculpture with old toys, plastic and wire.
Beijing's $700 million Gate of the East has been attracting attention for its resemblance to a certain sartorial item.
A video tour of the everyday world of India's third most-populous city.
A proposal to make Market East Station the city's new Northeast Corridor rail hub could change everything for that district.
Malls and highways killed town centers. Can smart design bring them back?
Before it hosts the World Cup and the Summer Olympics, the city is taking aim at brothels long popular with tourists.
Proposed expansions of dozens of major arteries in Bangalore are threatening the Indian city's way of life.
The Financial District is one of the angriest places in Manhattan, according to software that measures emotion.
The places with a disproportionate impact on what gets made, admired, and sold.
Pest control is now a spectator sport.
How we can move beyond farmer's markets to a truly localized food system.
This concept building is being billed as a vertical farm. We'll be the judge of that.