Squatting in the World’s Most Expensive City
In 2020, Paris became the most expensive city in the world. With 15 percent of properties unoccupied, squatters who can't afford rent are moving into abandoned buildings.
A Berlin Punk Bar Takes on British Property Billionaires
Can a small Berlin punk bar stand a chance against powerful property billionaires? And could the anti-gentrification uprising they’ve helped kick off lead to the most radical housing reform in the Western world?
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Former Google Employees Try to "Disrupt" Bodegas
Some tech dweebs are creating vending machines that aim to replace your local corner store.
Striking Scenes, Illuminated Brooklyn, and Wild Performances | Culture Beat Episode 7
We check in with filmmaker Sam Cannon, re-visit the time artist Duke Riley released thousands of pigeons strapped with LEDs and chat with choreographer Katherine Maxwell.
Thousands of Electric Pigeons Light Up the Brooklyn Sky | Animal Art
As artist Duke Riley proves in 'Fly by Night,' LED-equipped pigeons are the new performance art.
The War to Live in London: Regeneration Game
In the run up to the 2015 general election, a war is going on for the right to live in London.