A DIY project that wants to change people's stereotypes about their city.
Familiarity and social ties influence our decision to intervene on behalf of others.
Not quite communes, these young people are seeking cheaper, more diverse living arrangements, plus family-style meals.
It turns out the most cohesive neighborhoods are almost never the most diverse ones. But does that mean we shouldn't fight against self-segregation?
Artist Candy Chang posted blackboards for people to write out what they want to do "before they die." The project became an international hit.
New Haven's once sketchy Chatham Square is now safe, with annual festivals that draw visitors from around the city.
Sean Mann works to build community with a neighborhood-based league and a new local minor league team.
Think the system runs on sharing, community and trust? You're wrong.
Research suggests that people who participate in Freecycle communities experience greater group identity and solidarity.
For a lot of cities, demolishing the most obvious candidates was the easy part
Why State College residents are responding with such outrage to Joe Pa's firing