What’s to be done with that neglected, burnt-out shell of a house that’s creating an eyesore in the neighborhood? Josh Ente of New Orleans apparently takes his inspiration from Chuck E. Cheese’s.
Planner and smart-growth advocate Mike Lydon talks bike-friendly cities and bike-unfriendly cops, livable streets, and his ideal streetscape.
Former Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist talks about why it makes economic sense to tear out urban expressways, and why a little gridlock might actually be a good thing.
We’ve spent 50 years subsidizing sprawling suburban development. Now we need to rethink and reimagine, says architecture professor Ellen Dunham-Jones. The good news? It has already begun.
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