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Seven Ways to Make Cities Better for Mental Health
Much of the world lives in urban settings, with North America housing 82% of its population in cities. But while cities can be attractive places to live, providing work and ...
January 25, 2022
Chinese Migrant Workers’ Protests Over Unpaid Wages Escalate During Chinese New Year
Amid the Chinese New Year holiday, migrant workers in mainland China are growing increasingly frustrated due to unpaid ...
February 17, 2021
Remarkable Image Shows What Living in Urban Environment Does to Birds (Video)
City life can be incredibly stressful, and it appears humans aren’t the only urban inhabitants affected by the ...
June 21, 2016
If Planners Understand It’s Cool to Green Cities, What’s Stopping Them?
Our cities are getting hotter, more crowded and noisier. Climate change is bringing more heatwaves, placing pressure on ...
March 10, 2016
Have You Noticed How Urban Birds No Longer Fear Man?
I have been a bird watcher for many years and name among my sightings rare green and tricolored ...
May 16, 2015
Spike Lee – John Cusack Defend New Film ‘Chiraq’ at Chicago Press Conference
FEELING IT'S TIME FOR FOLKS TO SHUT-UP.... Writer-Director Spike Lee joined forces with actor and Chicago native John ...
May 14, 2015
Janet Walters Levite
A Real Life Narnia’s Closet: New York Botanical Garden
New York City has an alternate universe: a 250-acre garden in the Bronx, where century-old pink and white ...
May 1, 2015
How Green Is Your City: Towards an Index of Urban Sustainability
How green is your city? How does it match up to other cities? Is it making progress in ...
March 18, 2015
John Rennie Short
Check Out Innovative Electric Bike That Folds Into a Bag
Bicycles are essential to urban living. Unfortunately, they aren’t convenient. Those who rely on bikes to get around ...
December 9, 2014
Can India’s Urban Future Be a Healthy One? (+Photo Gallery)
A warm egg, white shell almost translucent, plops into the wire mesh gutter and rolls forward. There is ...
October 5, 2014
Urban Glider is the Ultimate Commuting Machine (Video)
Usually speaking, compact personal transport comes with a dilemma. Going with something small, like a micro-scooter, means you ...
August 25, 2014
This Is New York: Luis Pons on the Power of Perennial Beauty
Luis Pons, 41, is a relatively new photographer who has gained the trust of many of New York ...
June 28, 2014
Lower East Side Public Housing Awarded Storm Protection
The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced the winning design for a project to protect part of ...
June 3, 2014
A Tale of Few Cities
Jane Jacobs is well known as an activist, an urban theorist, and for her book "The Death and ...
May 9, 2014
Calling All New Yorkers: Rediscover Architectural Permanence
NEW YORK—If you’ve ever passed through Grand Central Terminal, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, or the municipal ...
April 1, 2014
Chicago: Worst Heroin Abuse in the Nation
The highest concentration of heroin abuse from across the nation can be found in and around Chicago.
June 29, 2010
Ugly Scenes at Australia-China Basketball Match After Human Rights Protest
Daniel Y. Teng
Ending Western Complicity in China’s Forced Organ Harvesting Will Come Next, Says Expert
Newsom’s CARE Court Plan for Mentally-Ill Moves Forward With Bipartisan Support
US Supreme Court Tosses 3 Rulings Against Abortion Laws
Faults Found in Australian Naval Patrol Boats Gifted to Pacific Nations
Daniel Y. Teng
Judge Temporarily Blocks Abortion Ban in Kentucky, the Latest of States With Trigger Laws on Hold
Mimi Nguyen Ly
California College Waives Tuition for Students
House GOPers Demanding Answers on Why Grants Going to Boost Atheism Overseas
Dutch Farmers Protest Climate Mandates That would Cut Livestock by 30 Percent
Guilty Pleas to Two Federal Felonies From Man Who Breached Rotunda Doors
Joseph M. Hanneman