Does the sight of swarms of cyclists in your city leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy too?
Middle school kids from Brooklyn turn a spotlight on their neighborhood's vacant lots.
Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser is a successful actor in Los Angeles who doesn't own a car. He doesn't drive because he wants to interact with others.
Here's images of Florida sprawl, much of the development unfinished for lack of buyers, and all of it within a convenient walk of, well, nothing.
In spite of all the toxic crap that permeates it -- or more likely because of that toxic crap -- the Gowanus has become a focal point for artists, scientists, and urban planners who see …
The Crosstown #5 bus opera set to debut in Santa Fe will almost certainly be a ride you won't want to miss. Just sit back and let the music move you.
Seattle architect Jason McLennan created the Living Building Challenge, a standard far more demanding than the widely used LEED standard. Here's why.
This means we've got our backup plan, and there's no need any more to deal with this thorny global warming problem.
My interest in the ArtPrize contest underway in Grand Rapids, Mich., stems from this line from Gene Duvernoy: "Cities are what's going to get us out of this mess ... and what makes cities livable …