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Each year, hundreds of musicians vie to see their name not in lights, but in pink, on a banner indicating they’ve earned official status to perform in New York City’s subway stations.
The Sladda bicycle was an attempt to help city-dwellers ease into life without cars. Now a sweeping recall is bringing the product to its demise.
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It’s time to crack down on single-use plastic drinking utensils, the world’s most disposable product.
Three months after the end of the Olympics, the resort town is all but deserted.
Slowly, native culture seems to be emerging from the shadows.
In 1983, neighbors on an unusual block agreed to create a more open, shared space behind their homes. What they built remains a special slice of nature in a bustling city.
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In a real-life Killmonger-T’Challa story, a writer of Kenyan origin reflects on her experience as an immigrant in America and her struggle to find bonds with black Americans.
In just a few hours on Sunday afternoon, the residents of Ellicott City, Maryland, became climate refugees. Here’s what that feels like.
The campaign has become as much about candidate biographies, super PAC money, and the city’s unique ranked choice voting system as it is about issues like homelessness and property crime.
Not all rural areas are declining: Some are thriving, while others are undergoing significant transitions.
In their annual state of the city addresses, mayors are calling out the elephant in the room.
The late journalist and novelist was an exuberant chronicler of urban settings.
Grassroots environmental activism is on the rise in the capital of post-Soviet Georgia.