Want to create a local placemaking campaign in your town? Here are five tips to help make it happen.
Grassroots community organizations are transforming physical and social landscapes in cities by adding value to the community, creating bonds of trust and comradeship, and linking neighbors together.
In celebration of the Climate Deal, we’re dropping the needle on a little “Caravan of Love” – don’t miss the UN action!
Can we end hunger and poverty, halt climate change and achieve gender equality in the next 15 years? Michael Green invites us to imagine how these goals can be achieved.
Witness a modern barn raising. Watch The Cinder Cone, a short film about a community of close friends building a dream home in the Columbia River Gorge.
This is what it looks when you transform a dehumanized cityscape into a re-humanized one. It’s alive! Alive.
Up and down the Left Coast, cities and communities are creating lending libraries—for kitchen tools, construction, landscaping, and more.
Here, we’ve rounded up 11 affordable housing alternatives for city dwellers because if we want cities to thrive, we need to rethink how we house everybody, not just the rich.
San Francisco partnered with StoryCorps to record the history of the people in Bay View as a first step in the civic planning process.
What kind of suggestions would this smart table make if you got on top of it and started things cooking like Jack Nicholson and Jessica Lange in The Postman Always Rings Twice?