Sleep problems and gloomy daydreams may worsen the symptoms of a rare psychiatric disorder that causes people to feel as though they are "unreal," a new report of one man's case suggests. In the report,
Current Event Connection, Geography In the News, Main GEOGRAPHY If you want to find tourists snapping pictures, you probably know where to go—Times Square in New York City, the Embarcadero in San Francisco,
William Penn’s city was planned as a utopian ideal; a grid of broad streets to promote green urban living for settlers to this 17th-century colony. While Penn grew disillusioned, his design lives on in
The city’s organic, decentralized approach revitalized Buiksloterham even in the midst of a recession. AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands—Just across the River IJ from central Amsterdam’s waterfront sits an old
Amsterdam’s first politician-of-the-night wants revellers to ‘stay classy’ and local residents to be happy. As London joins the growing band of cities imitating the idea, Jon Henley goes out on patrol
Road safety in Sweden follows a basic concept: human beings are flawed. Following that belief, Swedish Transport planners have squarely put the responsibility for road safety on designers. It's working.
From the Philadelphia neighborhood of Point Breeze to the corners of Brooklyn, city planners and long-time residents across the country are grappling with urban development. Some call it revitalization;