An ode to a community institution.
How the now-defunct Civic Arena buried Pittsburgh's "Little Harlem."
Approaching six decades of existence, one of the strangest places in the Midwest continues to defy easy description.
An excerpt from "The Chicago Neighborhood Guidebook."
"Each season she arrived, / steering her car through uncut grasses / against the wishes / of the imposing architect"
They were built to demonstrate the promise of home technology for the World's Fair. What happened to them?
"For all the intervening years, Pittsburgh had lived in my memory...viewable but not touchable, sequestered behind a one-way mirror of time."
Walking around Columbus, Ohio, the influence of Frank Packard's architecture is everywhere you look.
American System-Built Homes in Chicago (and elsewhere).
The Flats is now touted as an entertainment district, but this development comes at the cost of forgetting Cleveland’s industrial past along the banks of the Cuyahoga.