The American Planning Association bestowed its highest academic award on to an article by two California-based researchers who seek to describe the elusive relationship between California's job centers and housing.
The Oct. 1-4 APA Conference will feature a panel discussion on racial reconciliation, focusing in part on the City of Glendale's recently adopted resolution acknowledging its former status a a "sundown town" that was hostile to people of color.
In November, Nithya Raman became only the second trained urban planner to be elected to the Los Angeles city council. CP&DR spoke with Raman about how planning influences her political agenda. >>read more
California urbanism encompasses extremes: beauty and banality, wealth and poverty, diversity and segregation, aspiration and indifference. These dualities underly The Urban Mystique, the new book by CP&DR's Josh Stephens.