Farewell to traffic lights
Sarah M. Kaufman considers the future of urban streets in the smartphone era and beyond.
Credit Flickr user bumbleleaf (via Creative Commons license).
Music in Mali, through an Afropolitan lens
An interview with ethnomusicologist Ryan Skinner, whose work focuses on Africa and its diasporas.
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More than Manhattan
Urban planner and activist Tom Angotti discusses common (and damaging) misconceptions about New York City and the surrounding region.
Ballerina. Credit Stefano Galli
Artworld Los Angeles: Stefano Galli
Photographer Stefano Galli, who came to Los Angeles by way of Italy, Denmark, and the UK, discusses how the city has affected his work.
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Ali Baba in New York
An illegal immigrant from the Ivory Coast remembers his first few days in New York.
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On the (cutting) edge of the global city
Geographers Jean-Paul Addie and Rob Fiedler on the ways in which changes in Toronto's suburbs are redefining the city as a whole.
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From Toronto to Kingston and back
Photographer Beth Lesser documented Canada and Jamaica's tightly connected reggae scenes during the '70s and '80s.
Courtesy of the archives of Uno and Sylvia Prii.
The slabs vs. the points: Toronto’s two tower booms
An exploration of the relationship between Toronto's current condo boom and its midcentury predecessor.
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