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When Mother Teresa Met With New York's Mayor to Lobby for a Parking Permit

In the picture above, Rudy Giuliani, Hizzoner, Mayor of New York City, is having a grand old time with Mother Teresa. This meeting took place in June of 1997, just a few months before her death, when she came to New York for a surprise visit to the South Bronx branch of her organization, Missionaries of Charity. Show More Summary

Construction on huge Expo Line-adjacent mixed use project will begin in February

A hotel, offices, and 200 apartments are on the way The large park-and-ride lot at the Culver City Metro station is not long for this world. Urbanize LA reports the parking lot will close February 6 so construction can begin on a five-story...Show More Summary

We must stand up for New Yorkers in need, even when it's hard

It’s hard to pinpoint the spirit of New York City, but we all know it exists. From street performers in Washington Square to cookouts in Riverside Park, our city is dynamic, diverse and... To view the full story, click the title lin...

Protests in Park City: Sundance Crowd May Oppose Inauguration

At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, some attendees are planning to express their worldviews through methods beyond cinematic art. If you can’t guess what’s in store, maybe this will help: the festival begins the day before President Trump’s inauguration. And lots of progressives attend. (Read: protests.)

There’s a statue of John Wilkes Booth’s brother in New York City — here’s why

Though his brother John is known for killing President Lincoln, Edwin Booth was a very different man. Here’s why there’s a massive statue of him in New York City’s Gramercy Park.Follow TI: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

9 Great Places to Eat in Park City, Utah

Park City, Utah, is a little metropolis in the wilderness. In other words, it’s true mountain living with many of the comforts of a big city, such as great restaurants. In fact, SKI Magazine rated Deer Valley Resort #1 for food in its 2017 reader survey. Whether you’re coming to town for the Sundance Film Festival […]

This New York City restaurant spends more than $60,000 a year getting ready for Christmas — take a look inside

When it comes to getting in the Christmas spirit, no one does it quite like Rolf's German Restaurant in New York City's Gramercy Park. The otherwise quiet restaurant and bar is a spectacle during the holidays. Thousands of sparklingShow More Summary

Paris closes parks and gardens as city declares war on rats

Paris officials have announced a major crackdown on rats including the closure of parks and gardens around the City of Light.

A Neighborhood Gun Range’s Legacy: Lead Contamination

This story originally appeared in Capital & Main. Sign up for email alerts from Capital & Main. Last April, residents of Sacramento’s working-class Mangan Park neighborhood were invited by city officials to a meeting to discuss a health...Show More Summary

Paris rat catchers deployed to tackle rodent scourge

Paris officials have announced a crackdown on rats which blight parks and gardens around the City of Light and are thought to easily outnumber humans.

Rotterdam's new Parkstad development puts urban parks on every block

The new Parkstad residential development will introduce a new city block typology to the city of Rotterdam. The project designed by DELVA Landscape Architects and Powerhouse Company will consolidate three large city blocks and form parks...Show More Summary

Defiance and Disillusionment in Heartland of South Korean President’s Support

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

Unlike the vast majority of South Koreans, some in Daegu, a city where President Park Geun-hye has deep political roots, see her as an innocent victim of a scandal.

Memories of Aleppo

Old City Street Aleppo, Syria The Turkish taxi driver pulled over as he frantically waved to the passing car to park on the gravel shoulder of the Kilis Antakya Yolu freeway somewhere between Sanliufa, Turkey and the Syrian border. With a screeching halt he bolted out of the taxi and ran ahead towards the now stopped car, leaving me inside, alone. Show More Summary

City Planner Wants Parks To Be More Accommodating For Gay Cruising

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Cruising is a "long standing tradition in urban centers," Jen Roberton says.

This City in Japan Wants to Make A “Spa-Musement Park

Have you ever tried to figure out how to fit a relaxing spa day in with a full day of thrills? Well, it looks like creatives in Japan have come have reached the […] The post This City in Japan Wants to Make A “Spa-Musement Park” appeared first on

Take a virtual tour of New York City’s iconic holiday windows

Ice skating bunny rabbits, Santa’s high tech command center, couture cotton candy dresses, the characters of “South Park” — these are just some of the wonders awaiting visitors to New York City’s magical holiday window displays. Each year, more than 5 million people travel to Manhattan during the holiday season. Show More Summary

Human Progress: (4) Life Shows More Equality of Opportunity

Five years ago, the "Occupy Wall Street" movement began when protesters settled into Zuccotti Park in New York City's Wall Street financial district. Their slogan was "We Are the 99%"--to indicate their protest against the economic inequality that allows too much wealth to be concentrated in the top 1% of society. Show More Summary

Comment Of The Day: V8 Swap Edition

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

When I stroll the city streets at night, the cold, wet air settling over at me, I gaze at each of the cars parked on the curbside and I wonder: how can I stuff a V8 into that? Read more...

Sundance 2017: Donald Trump’s America, Kristen Stewart & Punk Rock Fill Short Films Slate

With less than two months until Park City’s streets and paths will be teeming with Hollywood types, the 2017 Sundance Film Festival today unveiled its last slate announcement: the Short Films. Featuring the directorial debut of Kristen...Show More Summary

A Look Into The NYC That Was Never Built

For Architectural Digest, by Nick Mafi. It's almost impossible to imagine New York City without such landmarks as Central Park. Yet, were it not for a mid-19th-century bill enacted by the state legislature calling for more than 750 acres to be allocated for the grounds, New Yorkers would've never been able to experience the spoils of the iconic park. Show More Summary

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