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A look back at the 100 weeks of our Forefront series
We break down the numbers on the new Detroit Red Wings arena.
An introductory excerpt from this week’s Forefront.
Last week California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a “redevelopment cleanup bill.”
Residents of City Heights, San Diego were promised better transit connections back in the 1980s.
Some see political repercussions in the battle between Internet giants Alibaba and Tencent.
Which big-city mayor has best handled the snowstorms of 2014?
Brutalist chicken coops. Need I say more?
We will recap each installment in the eight-part docuseries on Chicago.
The creator of Judgmental Maps talks about why calling a neighborhood something like “where your barista lives” speaks to a…
Older, white residents oppose development in the wealthy city near Los Angeles, but the Hispanic support is through the roof.
SPUR issues a new report on the future of the Bay Area.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has established a task force to look into reorganizing Chicagoland transit. But it shouldn’t turn east…
What you get when you combine a GoPro camera, a transportation planner and the city’s controversial shuttles.
A new report from the Center for an Urban Future lays out strategies and suggestions.
Government officials and academics in the Hub have teamed up to build better city tech.
The New York-based group of independent workers hopes to point people toward a better way of living.
The space is meant to spread connectivity east of Troost Avenue.
The goal is to “give mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion.”
03/17/2014 – Dax-Devlon Ross
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