Pseudo-public space—squares and parks that seem public but are actually owned by corporations—has quietly spread across cities worldwide
Seoul’s ambitious Skygarden revives a disused elevated 1970s highway with 24,000 plants – and is open to all, 24 hours a day
The social network has become the major channel of communication for locals and government officials
Bob Buckhorn has used the lists feature to suggest places to go and provide tips about the venues.
In today's column from luxury magazine Monocle, Moscow's plans to repave asphalt sidewalks with bricks has stirred up some criticism. Could the project have anything to do with the fact that the mayor's wife was once associated with a brick and curbing business?
Building off last years success, Foursquare is participating with more schools to help students navigate their campus
The “30 Rock” star, who has long talked about running for political office, believes Weinergate has shaken up the field of candidates enough that he might have a chance to win.