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Cities

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They’re the churning, whirling, buzzing centers of many people’s lives: cities. This newsletter looks into the triumphs and tribulations of modern metropolises with quality, in-depth articles. 

Articles include insights about cities from all over the globe, as many are dealing with similar issues when it comes to transportation, housing, public space and more. Beyond mainstream outlets, there is also a burgeoning scene of academics and professionals working and writing about issues of urban planning. 

Part of the inspiration of this newsletter has been the coronavirus pandemic, which has accelerated questions about where cities are going and led some people to ask whether urban centers will ever be the same. We hope that the in-depth articles each week can help you make your own decision about what you think the future holds for cities.

Latest editions
  • Cities #5
    August 5, 2020
    • Livable cities of the future
    • Police shootings in suburbs
    • Tuk tuks and COVID
    • Heading to the Hamptons
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  • Cities #4
    July 29, 2020
    • Density in Dublin
    • Suburbs' Second Chance
    • Climate and affordable housing
    • Millennials and property
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  • Cities #3
    July 22, 2020
    • Real estate and corporations
    • Ridesharing vs public transit
    • Federal response to cities
    • London workers survey
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  • Cities #2
    July 15, 2020
    • Going Deep Green
    • West Bank settlements
    • Disparities in Oz
    • Water systems in NJ
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  • Cities #1
    July 8, 2020
    • Villages and B4RN
    • Houston is the future?
    • Heading to the 'burbs
    • Feminist cities
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  • What Happens to Citi...
    June 12, 2020
    Editor: Christopher Brennan One of the lingering questions during coronavirus has been what a rapidly spreading communicable disease means for cities, those churning metropolises dense in people, ideas and energy. As some of the hardest hit places such as New York begin to reopen, this Digest explores issues of transportation, tourism, housing and health that will shape what cities look like in the years and decades to come. Gathered from around the world with the Deepnews Scoring Model.
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