Steven Pedigo joins Iowa Public Radio to explore the impact of the Creative Class on cities in the U.S.
Buenos Aires has been through a lot of transformations in its history. If any global city is well-positioned to make the most of an Art Basel Cities, it is Buenos Aires.
The recipe for great cities does not lie in top-down government programs, but in access to great urban amenities.
It’s been thirty years since the United States last developed a concrete urban agenda.
Miami’s battle with Zika provides a case study for exploring the relationship between local government and epidemics.
The Zika epidemic highlights the extent to which our health and safety depend on the sound local policy and judgment.
Tulsa Inspires, a celebration of the region’s inventive, creative, entrepreneurial and leadership potential, will drive Tulsa new economic development identity.
The way that creative people live, work and play has changed dramatically in recent years, and it’s having a major impact on travel.
Greater Miami has reached a crossroads. Its economy has deepened, diversified, and become more creative and idea-based.