Headlines: People & other creatures
Washington Post, June 18, 2017
While rural and urban Americans share some economic challenges, they frequently diverge on questions of culture and values.
Vox, June 19, 2017
In Vancouver, like few other North American cities, nothing is simply left to chance, or developers, or the market.
MIT Technology Review, June 19, 2017
Tech startups helped turn a handful of metro areas into megastars. Now they’re tearing those cities apart.
The Architect’s Newspaper, June 21, 2017
As a writer Klayko was well versed in developments throughout New York City, but he will perhaps be best remembered for Broken Sidewalk, a website devoted to his hometown, Louisville, Kentucky.
Missoulian, June 15, 2017
Barely a thousand feet long, the Canyon River Trail Connection completes a path linking at least four communities.
The Globe and Mail, June 16, 2017
Claude Cormier designs Berczy Park with a view to helping people of disparate interests get along.
Next City, June 13, 2017
City encounters a few bumps along the way to realizing complete-street designs.
Next City, June 19, 2017
More than $2 billion in new construction is headed to downtown Columbia with the intent of urbanizing what is now a tree-shaded parkway bordered by a few public attractions.