In southwest Connecticut, the gap between rich and poor is wider than anywhere else in the country. Invisible walls created by local zoning boards and the state government block affordable housing and, by extension, the people who need it.
How a fast-growing city has invested heavily in mass transit alternatives to keep a lid on gridlock.
The near-absence of public garbage bins in cities like Tokyo is both a security measure and a reflection of a cultural aversion to littering.
Under the southern portion of the city exists its negative image: a network of more than two hundred miles of galleries, rooms and chambers.
The demise of a California housing measure shows how progressives abandon progressive values in their own backyards.
Come along we me on the coolest, most unusual bicycle commute on YouTube! (to be debated I'm sure) Into the Springfield Underground we go. 🐐-- Shop Local --🚲...
“This is a nutcase who is addicted to fucking with the trains.”
Filthy rich and dominated by a tech monoculture, it’s gone from America’s great romantic city to “a train wreck.”
Gentrifying neighborhoods are a key reason behind the vermin outbreak, which extends beyond New York — Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles are also confronting issues.
Fake news and smoking guns made the Kansas town a symbol of frontier lawlessness.
At 1.1 million acres, the "Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness" is one of the largest and most popular backcountry destinations in the US and a longtime proving ground for adventurers. But now the region is facing the threat of sulfide-ore copper mining.
With housing prices out of reach — people are making anything work.
Metropolitan areas long offered work and wages that drew job seekers. Now it depends on your education, and the ability to offset high housing prices.
Baltimore is just the latest municipality hit with a ransomware attack. Residents can't use the city servers they need to purchase homes, pay online bills or email city workers.
Living close to public amenities — from parks to grocery stores — increases trust, decreases loneliness, and restores faith in local government.
Sure, the city is a mecca for anyone who wants to build a startup — with ample capital, helpful angels, and some of the best software talent on the planet. But it's becoming an idea-stifling monoculture.
Residents of the majority-white southeast corner of Baton Rouge want to make their own city, complete with its own schools, breaking away from the majority-black parts of town.
While the government and Uber argue over whether the company is an app or a transportation company, drivers suffer fines, violence, and instability.
Looking for love when it seems like everyone is leaving.
Is a city still a city if urban living is a luxury good?
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