How are private corporations and local cultures of entrepreneurship shaping the social, economic and built landscapes of cities?
This weekend’s episode of the award-winning public radio show This American Life takes on the recent history of housing discrimination and policy in the U.S., tracing some of the broader implications and […]
This weekend, artists, activists, planners, and at least two mayors converged to confront the problematic intersections of arts and gentrification at an annual summit produced by the New York non-profit Creative Time. Those in attendance supported strategies of intersectoral collaboration, resistance, disruption, and above all, grassroots advocacy.
The designers behind a new web-based app want to do for planning what GarageBand has done for basement drummers. Streetmix was developed this year by three Fellows at Code for […]