Announced this week by <em>All Things Considered</em> hosts Melissa Block and Robert Siegel, National Public Radio is launching a new series called the NPR Cities Project and they're asking listeners for their input.
Jun 21, 2012 NPR
Richard Florida speaks with Alan Ehrenhalt about the subject of his new book, <em>The Great Inversion and the Future of the American City</em>: the reversal of the last century's great shift in people and economic activity to the suburbs
May 22, 2012 The Atlantic Cities
Emma Marris reviews a new book by Andrew Ross, a cultural critic at New York University, that tries to understand how Phoenix came to be what it is, and determine whether there's any way it can be turned around.
Mar 18, 2012 OnEarth
Inspired by three books published in the last year that help to elucidate the role of cities and density in making people and countries richer, Ezra Klein compiles some lessons for economic development in the United States.
Mar 13, 2012 The Washington Post
If you run a google.com search for "The Death of Suburbia"
you will find about 24,000 ‘hits.' Some
of the gloating over suburbia's alleged demise is based on the facts that
(some) suburbs have been hit hard by the current economic downturn, and that Opinion
Feb 18, 2012 By
Chuck Wolfe analyzes his 2011 articles which appeared on Planetizen and in other sources, and derives his urbanist trends to watch for in 2012.
Dec 31, 2011 myurbanist
Eric Jaffe at Atlantic Cities assembles his collection of the best time lapse videos of cities.
Dec 24, 2011 Atlantic Cities
Greg Hanscom, cities editor at Grist, picks his top stories for 2011, including Occupy Wall Street, bright flight and the "urban renaissance that isn't (yet)."
Dec 21, 2011 Grist
Faced with climate change and poverty, Africans are focusing on a new farming frontier: the cities.
Nov 28, 2011 OnEarth
A new report predicts how - and where - we'll be living in the near future, and where planners and developers should focus.
Nov 19, 2011 The Atlantic Cities