Burien Paves the Way for Old Cornerstores in Residential Neighborhoods

Burien is seeking to bring back the cornerstore to residential neighborhoods. An ordinance adopted on Tuesday will pave the way for "legacy storefronts" to...

Sunday Video: How Did The Kim Dynasty Design Pyongyang?

https://youtu.be/6S8fXjaS_4I Dave Amos takes a dive into how Pyongyang was designed by the ruling Kim family. The impacts of their directives are far ranging on...

Midweek Video: How The US Poisoned Navajo Nation

https://youtu.be/ETPogv1zq08 Vox highlights how the United States casually engages in environmental racism through the lens of the Navajo Nation and the Red Water Pond incident.

Sunday Video: Why New York City Is So Huge

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McLgpck2i7A Johnny Harris steps back in time to find out why New York City became so successful and huge even in the age of burgeoning...

Sunday Video: Why Are There So Many Strip Malls?

https://youtu.be/5yIswZLu_cY Dave Amos walks through the history of strip malls, how they are designed, and how they are being adapted.

Sunday Video: How Conquistadors Designed Cities in the Americas

https://youtu.be/4aJ0tRd10I4 Dave Amos of City Beautiful explains the history of city design in the Americas, which were shaped by the Spanish Conquistadors.

Sunday Video: Black Wall Street’s Tragedy Didn’t End In 1921

https://youtu.be/mRIGiHiPWCw Bloomberg QuickTake documents the history of Tulsa's Greenwood neighborhood (also known as Black Wall Street), a Black district, which fell victim to angry mobs...

Midweek Video: Why America’s Police Look Like Soldiers

https://youtu.be/KOAOVbyfjA0 How did America’s civilian police forces go from just uniforms and basic equipment to militarized forces mirroring the national military? Vox takes a look...