More and more American adults are sharing their homes with people other than family members or spouses—an arrangement that can be anywhere from harmonious to downright hostile.
One group is working with landlords and city officials to solidify the future of the Latvian capital’s suburban concrete relics.
Critic Alexandra Lange talks about the objects and places that represent a-ha moments in child-centered design.
Playable cities are here, and they want you to stay awhile.
When temperatures in Montréal spiked, living alone proved to be deadly.
A clip charting the redevelopment of the city of Aylesbury shows its age.
Part memorial, part protest symbol, these all-white bicycles mark the places where cyclists have been killed by cars.
A new report suggests snail mail makes young adults feel special. USPS sees that as a chance to stage a turnaround.
Many homeownership trends have remained largely the same since 1960—with a few noteworthy shifts.
A surge in tourism has led to a backlash in cities where residents feel overrun. How can these cities use tourism to their benefit?
It’s time to end the tyranny of open-concept interior design.
They’re getting shoes, taking shelter in tunnels, and finding other ways to keep cool in the dangerous heat.
The struggling Western New York city of Jamestown has big dreams for its new comedy museum. Can it live up to the hype?
“In My Feelings” surfaces the places where you can find a good po’ boy. That’s great for the tourist, but doesn’t mean so much for the people and cultures that define the soul of the city.
Seth Rogen is now the voice of public transit in Vancouver and Toronto. We’re nominating these stars do the same thing in other cities.
If it isn’t already there, augmented reality is coming to a device near you. Cities need to work to ensure that AR makes the leap from “cool experience,” to a technology that improves residents’ lives.
The mystery behind a boisterous scene in Boise
Hint: The Millennial mayor grew back his “resistance beard.”
The country needs to convince more couples to have children. But its biggest city is no paradise for parents.
Established tech hubs continue to lead, but startup hubs are emerging in new, smaller places. The catch: Startup financing overall is on the wane.
Decades after photographing its abandoned buildings and makeshift playgrounds, Camilo José Vergara sees an unmatched contrast between past and present in the economically devastated borough.