"Urban" Blogs & Blog Posts

ArchitectureMNPArchitectureMNP

A blog devoted to bringing its readers as much relevant architecture & ...

 
Mayukh's PhotoblogMayukh's Photoblog

capturing the best moments

 
Killian DubKillian Dub

Podcasts, singles, free album giveaways and more good stuff.

 
The PhotohumouristThe Photohumourist

The photographic and filmic shenanigans of London based street photographer...

 
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A cityblog network by locals in 23 cities in Europe - with up-to-date tips

 


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Inequality has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we ought to be conscious about this. Wealthy individuals can work from home and afford to move, while others need to be physically at work and can’t move. As a result the prices of h...

Earlier this year Sidewalk Labs (Google) opted out of building a “smart” neighbourhood in Toronto due to local pressure (protests work!). What the “smart” neighbourhood wanted to do was monitor and control the activities of oc...

Art comes in various shapes and forms and is also a great way for people to express themselves. While many of us visit art museums to view amazing pieces and get inspired, there are also a lot of artworks that can be found on the streets. Street art...

Many of Mexico City‘s visitors spend a lot of their time visiting the “must-sees” like Zócalo, the Templo Mayor, and the Great Pyramid of Tenochtitlán; the amazing museums, the palaces. While some of the things are worth seeing, it is importa...

The 2016 election may not have been a realignment by historical standards, but it did bring the country’s political divides more in line with its cultural divides — the biggest of which may be the growing chasm between urban and rural Americans.

Sparrows in the hedge

By The Rambler on Mar 17, 2020 in: urban

The most striking things I heard today were the sparrows. Most of them live in the hedge at the end of our garden, where it backs onto the railway, but there are some under the eaves where our house joins our neighbours’. Last year there were t...

CBC’s ecological science show is taking an unorthodox look at the vermin and critters in our cities by showing how they help us. On Jan. 31 The Nature of Things will air the episode, trailer above, all about how animals have adapted to urban en...