Center for Urban Pedagogy
by Urban Omnibus • January 29th, 2014
Damon Rich shares how the design and programming of Newark's Riverfront Park honors decades of local struggles around equity and identity.
Roundup — City Water, WTC Security Plans, SEE/CHANGE, PATH Hub, Water_Works, and Public Access Design
by Urban Omnibus • May 17th, 2013
THE PAST AND FUTURE OF NYC’S WATER The infrastructure that provides one billion gallons of fresh drinking water to eight...
The Omnibus Roundup — Cutting Red Tape, Expanding Broadband, Meeting the Docent of Decay, Reimagining the SRO, and Investigating Electricity
by Urban Omnibus • June 22nd, 2012
CUTTING RED TAPE Deputy Mayor Robert Steel announced two separate initiatives this week that will expedite municipal processes for development...
by Urban Omnibus • May 6th, 2011
FESTIVAL OF IDEAS FOR THE NEW CITY: THIS WEEKEND! There's so much happening this weekend at the Festival of Ideas for the New City! Check out our more in-depth coverage of the event and below, some of the weekend's highlights: THE OMNIBUS BOOTH We hope you've caught sight of our 50 Ideas for the New City Posters around town...
by Urban Omnibus • October 1st, 2010
First up on this week's roundup: stuff to check out this week. Our October calendars are bursting with a plethora of first-rate events, installations, programs and otherwise worthy additions to your to-do list. For the advance planners out there, check out the line-ups for another event-packed weekend starting October 8. Next weekend brings both Conflux, a festival devoted to art and technology in the urban environment, and Open House...
The Omnibus Roundup – Skyscraper Showdown, gubernatorial platforms, In the Footprint, and The Good, the Bad, and the Empty
by Urban Omnibus • August 27th, 2010
A "skyscraper showdown" is in headlines this week, making contentious building projects a recurring theme for the summer. This time we have 15 Penn Plaza vs. the Empire State Building. The City Council has approved plans for a 67-story tower to be built two blocks away from, and just 34 feet shorter than, the iconic Empire...