Mark Hinshaw tells what it takes to make outstanding neighborhoods — including 10 that APA has picked for recognition.
APA's 2007 designations. Also: Dan Burden's sidewalk-level view of the world.
The challenge of naming streets for Martin Luther King, Jr. By Derek Alderman, Steve Spina, and Preston Mitchell.
Children are still suffering in the aftermath of the 2005 hurricanes. Coleman Warner reports in an Overlooked America story.
Chris Duerksen explains how a sustainable community development code can come to the rescue.
Mark Johnson surveys the nation's older subway systems. Christopher Swope describes the Washington Metro in middle age. In Planning Practice.
Sidebar: Metro's Middle Age
Keenan Hughes focuses on the green wrinkle in the current preservation debate.
An excerpt from a new Planners Press book addresses the equity issue. By Thomas Sanchez and Marc Brenman.
A bimonthly column by Paul Farmer, APA's Executive Director and CEO.
Oregon reversal, Maryland smart growth.
Bus to nowhere, global warming.
Property rights, urban rivers.
Learning from our mistakes.
Cover: View to the west on Filbert Street in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. In the foreground, Sts. Peter and Paul Church. Photo courtesy Daniel Schwen.