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How New York is bringing back small businesses, urban researcher John Bingham-Hall on Detroit and Richard Florida on how to fix a city.
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We learn about an ice hockey stadium turned into a grocery store, ask how London cabs could be greener and visit Zürich’s Freitag Tower.
Looking at education, we visit Vancouver where public salons are improving speech, stopping via Shanghai, we also attend the Bartlett School of Planning in London.
Monocle editor Andrew Tuck asks how diasporas shape our cities, visiting Manhattan’s Little Italy and talking to Sao Paulo’s Japanese residents.
We explore what it takes to make a city from scratch. From new hubs around airports, to a hundred-year-old factory town sucked into a megacity.
A weekly look at the people and ideas shaping our urban lives, presented by Monocle’s editor, Andrew Tuck.
How do cold climate capitals keep warm in winter’s dark depths? We head to Helsinki to ask the city’s mayor.
We take out our binoculars and spy on birds in London, moose in Anchorage and cows in Delhi while exploring urban wildlife.
From mega markets to São Paulo’s all-night bakeries, the Urbanist takes a look at how cities keep themselves fed.
Searching for great shopping experiences, this week we head from Calgary to Fukuoka, talking to retailers about everything from skyways to doggy dishes.