The Italian city is imposing a €500 fine for eating in some popular, crowded areas.
Why do revamped areas remain barren after so much thought and money are put into redesigning them? A case study in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers clues.
Two hundred years of work—and millions of priceless specimens—have been destroyed in a preventable tragedy.
In Kentucky, a rural-urban exchange seeks to foster understanding and a shared sense of identity among participants from around the state.
The city of Melilla is a fortified pocket of Spain in Morocco, where young migrants from across Africa gather to attempt the dangerous crossing into the E.U.
Campaign insiders offer clues to the reasons for Emanuel’s startling announcement that he won’t seek reelection as mayor. (Others just say “good riddance.”)
Protesters have vandalized several of the city’s new range of eco-urinals for giving men priority over women.
This fall, a former chef at the world-famous restaurant Noma is piloting a new approach to school lunch in New York City.
Ink’s ingredients are usually closely held secrets, but one artist shows how you can make it with items found all across the city, from soggy walnuts to rusty bedsprings.
At a Toronto station that fed fans into the city’s hockey arena, a 1985 mural that depicted the Maple Leafs’ biggest rival enraged team owner Harold Ballard.
In his final year, the senator worked to revitalize a long-abandoned riverfront project in central Arizona.
What does work sprawl mean for urban planning?
Communities with strict land-use restrictions don’t just attract more Democrats, a new study finds. They also shut out people who tend to vote Republican.
The original vision for the Buffalo’s failed car-free-zone downtown was always a fantasy, as this TV spot shows.
Many addresses on the North Side are reflected in vastly different neighborhoods on the South Side. This project pairs residents with their counterparts across town to explore the divisions in their city.
The 39-year-old progressive pulled off a surprise win in yesterday’s Democratic primary.
As college kids head back to school, it’s time to consider the joys and horrors of sharing your living space.
The Platform, a tech center and community hub, opened last year in former bus station offices with the goal of invigorating the low-income Neve Shaanan neighborhood.
The data show that unmarried Americans, and those who live alone, often aren’t isolated at all.
Philadelphia’s “Move Closer To Your World” has some new fans this week, thanks to a viral video.