As we work to inspire better cities, we do more than produce informative journalism daily. We make news too. On this page, you can find all of Next City’s press releases, as well as links to where our reporting has been cited and our staffers quoted.
This year has been one of the busiest ever for Next City. We really want to keep this momentum going into the new year.
The 90-minute film will begin at 4 p.m. at the Next City World Stage. It will be followed by a public conversation between Ford Foundation Senior Vice President for Equitable Development Jerry Maldonado and Citizen Jane director and producer Matt Tyrnauer.
The seven chosen artists are Karo Akpokeire (Lagos), Luisa Dantas (New Orleans), Haas and Hahn (Amsterdam), Michael Leung (Hong Kong), Wale Oyejide (Philadelphia and Nigeria), Barry Rosenthal (New York) and Tintin Wulia (Brisbane).
One lucky Next City reader is coming to Quito, Ecuador, to speak at Habitat III.
Next City announces the start of our new equitable cities fellow, Johnny Magdaleno.
The nonprofit news organization requests presentation proposals for the World Stage in Quito.
The nonprofit news organization requests presentation proposals for World Stage in Quito.
Next City Vanguards Paola Aguirre, Gina Ford and Karen Kubey were interviewed for the Young Architects Forum's magazine Connection.
Next City announces the start of our summer 2016 urban affairs journalism fellow, Cassandra Maddox. Maddox was selected from a talented group of applicants and joins the edit team in our Philadelphia office. Originally from Atlanta, Maddox is a recent School of Journalism graduate from Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York.
Next City contributors Cassie Owens and Dax Devlon-Ross were recognized by the Solutions Journalism Network for their reporting. “The SJ60 is our compilation of leaders in the field— reporters, editors, and publishers producing some of the best solutions journalism out there.”