Multigenerational families are seeking new housing types. Jeffrey Spivak reports.
Richard Wilson describes his experiences on the subcontinent. With a sidebar on Christopher Benninger's new book.
Nathan Cherry says it's time to redesign Venice Boulevard and other roadways like it.
James Krohe Jr. follows the money trail to explain cities' new revenue sources.
Jason Borah and Jonathan Schroeder describe a robust source of census data — in Planning Practice. With Kitty Fahey's sidebar about coastal software.
With perimeter work done, the city was turning to internal water management issues before Hurricane Isaac hit. By Meghan Stromberg.
Anne Wyatt takes a stab at reconciling the fantasy and the reality in Disney's Florida new town.
Detroit squatters, Texas mall.
Oil and gas zoning, transportation loans.
Statistics in the news — compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: obesity.
Reid Ewing and Randy Crane duke it out over a recent JAPA article.
Madison update, thinking comprehensively.
Planned shrinkage, cultivating resilience.
The tricky dilemma of smart growth.
Cover: Live oaks reflected in a temporary pool of collected rainfall, City Park, New Orleans. Photo by Andy Sternad, Waggonner & Ball Architects, www.wbarchitects.com.