To better help the urban poor, government must address not just their deprivation but also their segregation.
Does it matter that most suburbanites never lived in a city neighborhood?
More house, more driving
Are the suburbs a better deal, really? The Tribune overlooks a local resource for finding out.
Anti-sprawl as boomer nostalgia
“The vacant lot next door to where I grew up is GONE!”
Not your grandfather’s city
If you can’t figure out Chicago, you may be under the impression that it’s the beating heart of the Chicago metropolitan area. It’s not. It’s just one more body part — part of a whole encyclopedia of lifestyle choices the area offers.
The happier side of teardowns
Teardowns have benefits as well as costs.
Car-free in Chicago and elsewhere
Live in Chicago the way it was meant to be.
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Up Against the Sprawl
Grassroots Groups are Fighting the Expansion That’s Sucking the City Dry. Should They Bother?