- Paducah seeks to have City Hall named as historic place Updated: May-27-16 5:58 am
PADUCAH, Kentucky - Paducah city leaders are seeking to have City Hall be on the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places, a designation that could enable the city to receive historic tax credits for costly repairs to the building.
- IOC expresses concern over investigation into Tokyo 2020 bid Updated: May-26-16 7:28 am
TOKYO - IOC vice president John Coates expressed concern Thursday over payments made to a Singapore firm which have entangled Tokyo's winning bid for the 2020 Olympics in a bribery investigation.
- Correction: Yellowstone Anniversaries story Updated: May-24-16 3:30 pm
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyoming - In a story May 18 about Yellowstone anniversaries, The Associated Press reported erroneously the date of an event at Yellowstone National Park. The event was May 13, not March 13.
- US symposium exploring modern architecture coming to Detroit Updated: May-18-16 9:06 pm
DETROIT - A conference focusing on modern architecture is coming to Detroit - a city recognized as a hub for such design.
- Sites of demolished Detroit homes used to soak up stormwater Updated: May-17-16 8:48 pm
DETROIT - A pilot project has transformed sites of several demolished Detroit homes into gardens designed to capture and soak up stormwater.
- Nearly 170 NY houses of worship open for tours this weekend Updated: May-17-16 10:16 am
NEW YORK - Nearly 170 historic religious institutions across New York state will show off their art, architecture and history this weekend.
- NBA House: May be meeting point for ticketless Olympic fans Updated: May-17-16 12:39 am
RIO DE JANEIRO - For those fans who don't have Olympic tickets, or are around downtown Rio de Janeiro and don't want to trudge out to the Olympic Park in suburban Rio, the NBA is providing an alternative.
- 125 vintage trams evoke bygone era in Milan Updated: May-16-16 11:28 am
MILAN - Against the backdrop of Milan's 19th-century stone architecture, a fleet of nearly 90-year-old trams contribute to the aura of a bygone era that still permeates the city from certain angles.
- Revamped San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopens Updated: May-14-16 5:21 pm
SAN FRANCISCO - The revamped San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened Saturday with a marching band, jumbo red balloons and red confetti raining down from the top of the new 10-story white building with a bulging side.
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln redesign ConAgra's campus Updated: May-14-16 10:45 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Senior architecture students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln were going to learn about urban planning by designing a mixed-use suburban development.
- ASU turns down opportunity to run Wright house in Phoenix Updated: May-13-16 1:04 pm
PHOENIX - Arizona State University will not take over a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Phoenix despite calls for a partnership to keep the house from becoming a public destination.
- Louis Kahn-designed art museum reopens after renovation Updated: May-11-16 1:25 pm
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - The Yale Center for British Art reopened Wednesday following a lengthy project to restore the building's interior and bring it more in line with the vision of its famed architect, Louis Kahn.
- Singapore: colonial heritage, cool modern architecture, food Updated: May-11-16 12:01 pm
SINGAPORE - At 51, Singapore is shrugging off all symptoms of a midlife crisis and embracing travelers with more and better things to see, taste and experience than ever before.
- Essentials: New ways to see Philly from up high and down low Updated: May-04-16 9:47 am
PHILADELPHIA - With classic rowhouse architecture, brick sidewalks and narrow streets, some charming neighborhoods in Philadelphia can almost make you forget about cheesesteaks, Rocky and that whole American Revolution thing.
- Youngest Planning Commission member does her homework Updated: Apr-30-16 3:06 am
EUGENE, Oregon - "That was totally luck."
- Handyman charged in death of Detroit-area interior designer Updated: Apr-29-16 6:50 pm
GROSSE POINTE FARMS, Michigan - A handyman accused of stabbing a Detroit-area interior designer has been charged with murder after the victim died weeks after the attack.
- Original power lunch eatery to close and everything must go Updated: Apr-29-16 5:30 pm
NEW YORK - New York's original power lunch restaurant is closing and everything must go.