by Yael Friedman • October 1st, 2014
Yael Friedman explores the social, philosophical, and architectural context of Andrew Carnegie's 1901 philanthropic gift to create neighborhood libraries across New York City.
by Urban Omnibus • July 16th, 2014
Media scholar Shannon Mattern and library innovator Nate Hill discuss the diversity and evolution of the tools and resources libraries offer.
A special edition of the Roundup looks at urban renewal area visions, eminent domain to stem foreclosures, reinventing the MTA, an emergency housing prototype, a rent freeze unfrozen, a new timeline for Atlantic Yards, Urban Giants, and Rockaway!
by Eric Fang • May 5th, 2014
Among the most pressing issues facing New York’s new mayor is how his administration will pick up the mantle of...
by Wyatt Cmar • March 24th, 2014
The crowd was surprisingly large for a Friday night lecture. Students, scientists, hobbyists, historians, and just about every brand of...