A new exhibition uses darkness to highlight the nuances of blight and revitalization—and the culture that has stayed rooted all along.
Families are driving from all over the Midwest to the new retailer.
Two Connecticut brothers collect the remains of city trees and fashion them into furniture and art.
A new book collects Hiroshi Sugimoto’s stunning images of drive-ins and movie palaces.
Hidden Urbanism is a thorough exploration of the 80-year-old transit system and its future.
A new book pays homage to gutsy and groundbreaking women around the world.
The initiative helps ease the challenge of buying fresh Asian produce.
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What urban myths tell us about racial fears.
The 1975 thriller riffed on the anxieties of suburban life.
The horrifying 2003 South Korean film shocked viewers, but scholars say the violence is actually a critique of global capitalism.
John Carpenter’s cult gang-siege flick made sunny Southern California scary.
Rebecca Solnit’s third and final urban atlas reminds the reader that maps are not facts, but starting points.
A new book takes a birds’ eye view of recreation spaces across the globe.
From the concrete vaults of Harry Weese’s Metro to Gordon Bunshaft’s doughnut-shaped Hirshhorn Museum, there’s no lack of heroic architecture to see in the nation’s capital.
These new titles open windows onto urban culture around the world.
Because nothing conjures home and comfort like the scent of cold metal.
First songs, then soup.