Rather than let a pub fall to developers, a community transplanted the whole thing.
The media project Mundo Villa chronicles life good and bad in the informal settlements of Buenos Aires.
The part of town where you live—and especially where you grew up—can profoundly affect lifetime earnings.
Debates over wage-requirements are common at the federal and state level, but more municipalities are joining the conversation in an attempt to address variations in the cost of living.
Acclaimed Dallas chef Chad Houser opens a permanent home for Café Momentum, giving on-the-job training to young offenders.
A new analysis of 27 mixed-use areas finds that parking in U.S. metro areas is, on average, oversupplied by 65 percent.
A data scientist ranks the city's top 20 names for cabbies.
Sleep disorders put some workers out of sync with traditional schedules and are estimated to cost employers $2,000 per employee in lost productivity every year.
The moveable traffic barrier is designed to prevent head-on wrecks.
One Twitter user's suggested Olympics motto: "Fastah, Highah, Wicked Strong."
The school Spin Rocinha teaches young Brazilians how to DJ, no charge.
The city has colleges as infrastructure and hosts a huge sporting event every year. The Big Dig may have even worked in its favor.
Children in low-income households are far less likely to attend preschool.
The knowledge and energy hubs of San Francisco and Texas are among the year’s biggest economic winners.
"One of the smallest big-league cities" in the country aims to super-size its reputation by hosting big-name games.
The city is already sticking itself with the worst downsides of hosting the games. At least this way, it would be forced to make crucial improvements.
Want to start an urban farm without permitting hassles? Dreaming of dwarf goats in your yard? Move to Wheat Ridge, Colorado.
As the Ohio State Buckeyes prepare for a championship game against the Oregon Ducks, the city of Oregon, Ohio, gets a ridiculous new name.