It’s a sad day for street art. City councils in London have decided to remove from their walls the many works of Banksy, the anonymous guerilla graffiti artist. “Where his fans and wealthy buyers see brilliant artwork, the councils see plain old vandalism.”
Eco-Friendly Parking lots? It’s easy when the city demands trees, walkways, and enhanced landscaping.
Urban historians weigh in on the legacy of Ms. Jacobs as part of an ongoing forum in New York City.
What will the new Penn Station look like, and how can we keep it from becoming a megamall with railroad tracks inside?
The homeless problem and availability of guns make San Francisco feel less safe that poor cities cities like Calcutta
Bloomberg joins the likes of Christopher Dodd and Al Gore by calling for a nationwide carbon tax
Surveillance systems being installed in subway systems in response to the London Bombings have some passengers leery.
1 in 10 high schools in the country is now a “dropout factory,” most of which are concentrated in, (surprise!) large cities and areas of rural poverty. What it looks like, and what we should be doing about it.
Cities specifically courting gay tourists, with Washington DC and Fort Lauderdale coming out on top.
Now here’s a great idea: TOD meets ART