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A Hated Expansion of Ottawa’s Chateau Laurier Will Go Ahead
There was a chorus of derision in Ottawa last week as the city council moved forward with a controversial addition to Chateau ...
The Architecture of Adult Entertainment
This spring, French photographer François Prost took a road trip across America. Instead of seeing national parks or ...
A First-Rate Waterfront Park Is Transforming a Historic Greek City
THESSALONIKI, GREECE—Any single feature in the New Waterfront in Thessaloniki might distinguish it as destination. A seaside ...
CityLab Daily: Lessons From a Disaster That Wasn’t
Levee en rose: As Hurricane Barry headed toward the Gulf Coast last week, New Orleans stared down what could have been a ...
A Last-Gasp Census Conspiracy to Save the Citizenship Question
President Donald Trump declared a retreat in his administration’s efforts to add a citizenship question to the upcoming ...
Surveillance Cameras Debunk the Bystander Effect
It’s one of the most enduring urban myths of all: If you get in trouble, don’t count on anyone nearby to help. Research ...
Navigator: Underground Sanctuary
There wasn’t anything unusual about the subway car, at first. It was quieter than most, maybe; and less sardined. Across from ...
Why a Tiny Mountain Town Quadrupled Parking Fees
A lot about Nevada City, California, could be described as quaint. The main drag, Broad Street, is a sloping corridor of Gold ...
Is It the End of the Line for a Notorious Louisiana Sheriff?
This story was produced by The Appeal, a nonprofit criminal justice news site. Derrick Sellers, a 33-year old U.S. Marine ...
CityLab Daily: Where the Creative Class Is Growing
Get creative: Since the Great Recession, the members of what CityLab’s Richard Florida calls America’s “creative class” have ...
Hurricane Barry Is on the Way, and New Orleans Is Already Soaked
As Hurricane Barry barrels toward the Louisiana coast, New Orleans is already soaked and facing the prospect of ...
Berlin’s Plan to Preserve Affordable Apartments: Buy Them
In fall 2018, residents of East Berlin’s Karl Marx Allee—a grand Stalin-era boulevard lined with massive state-owned ...