by Urban Omnibus • Nov 25 2015
Our annual Thanksgiving Roundup is meaty with an in-depth exploration of a block in Bed-Stuy, a 2015 fight over school segregation, updates on long-running megaprojects, and a side of delicious exhibitions to check out this holiday weekend.
by Urban Omnibus • Nov 24 2015
Today, we are pleased to announce the results of As Seen On [ ], the fourth annual Urban Omnibus Writing Competition, and to invite...
by Urban Omnibus • Nov 11 2015
Ben Pardee: How did you become interested in electronics and e-waste? Michael Saunders: I’ve had a love for technology my...
by Mariel Villeré, Freshkills Park • Nov 10 2015
In the second installment of a series of photo essays documenting a Staten Island landfill's transformation into parkland, four photographers visit Freshkills' largest mound for an up-close look at the landfill capping process.
by Urban Omnibus • Oct 28 2015
Join us on Wednesday, November 11th, at the Bronx AleHouse from 7-9pm for the next installment of our occasional gathering of Omnibus readers, writers, editors, and general urban enthusiasts over happy hour drinks.
by A.E. Souzis • Oct 19 2015
“You are a group that does not want to be together; I will call you a horde.” I am holding...
by Ben Pardee • Oct 9 2015
The seventh annual Architecture & Design Film Festival comes to Chelsea Bow Tie Cinemas and the SVA Theatre October 13th...
by Urban Omnibus • Oct 7 2015
In the inaugural installment of Citymakers, a new series on the sometimes-overlooked individuals who create and run the city, outdoor ad painter Jason Coatney details the drama and nitty-gritty of his craft.
by Ben Pardee • Oct 6 2015
Hunters Point South Park, located in Long Island City directly over the entrance to the Midtown Tunnel, is hardly two...
by Urban Omnibus • Sep 25 2015
Jonathan Tarleton: You work primarily with clients in art, architecture, and activism. Why that angle for your practice and how...