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“The change of use can add to the history of a place, rather than diminishing it”
On being touched, but not obliged, in Northfield, Minnesota
“One of the few truly beautiful and sublime practices available to us”: on the pleasures of walking at night
“Parkour offers a way to actively engage in the city physically, emotionally and socially”
On the joys of being lost in a new city
Reopening London’s mail rail: on the thrill of urban ruins
Dubai and New York are both grand, vertiginous cities. So why is only one of them full of surprises?
Getting lost is a great way to explore a city – but can you still do it in the age of the smartphone?
"Just one giant, rolling backstage": Los Angeles, the city that lies for a living
Do you speak urbanism? On our changing language of cities
The campaign against Battersea's "Claphamisation"
Trackless trams may be the best alternative to light rail
Why don’t we treat housing as infrastructure?
Everyone wants to save local businesses, but what about chains?
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