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72 hours on foot in Havana, Cuba

Modern Cities visits a city established as a strategic location for the Spanish conquest of the Americas during the 16th century: Havana, Cuba.

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A photographic tour of Downtown San Diego

Modern Cities' Ennis Davis takes readers on a photographic tour of Downtown San Diego.

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Overlooked Urbanism: Los Angeles' Historic Urban Core

Home to the first four-level freeway interchange in America, Los Angeles is a city that has become an international poster child for everything concerning urban sprawl. However, to equate the city with being autocentric could not be further from the truth. At its heart, you'll discover one of the most...

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A view from above: St. Patrick's Day in Chicago

In Chicago for an Alfred Benesch & Company (Benesch) Emerging Leaders Leadership Development Program, Modern Cities' Ennis Davis takes a look at one of the country's most famous St. Patrick's Day celebrations from above.

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An up & coming neighborhood: Orlando's Mills 50

Located just northeast of Downtown Orlando, Mills 50 was recently recognized as one of the top 12 neighborhoods across America about to get crazy popular.

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Exploring Central Florida: Winter Garden

Central Florida is internationally known for Mickey Mouse and its grand assortment of theme parks. However, if you're willing to travel off the beaten path and explore, you'll discover the region filled with authentic Florida experiences. Known as "a charming little city with a juicy past", Winter Garden...

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Charleston: America's most rapidly gentrifying city

Ever wonder what a rapid gentrification process resembles? Look no further than Charleston, South Carolina.

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8 defunct grocery chains you remember

Before chains like Walmart, Publix, Winn-Dixie and Whole Foods dominated the grocery business, these names once anchored shopping centers and street corners throughout our cities.

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A Glimpse of Downtown Miami

Like many cities, Miami aspires to achieve greatness with its downtown. Judging from the amount of cranes dominating the skyline, Miami is well on its way. Today, Modern Cities shares rarely seen street scene of one of America's most rapidly growing urban cores.

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Laura Street: One of APA's Great Streets in America

In 2015, the American Planning Association (APA) awarded Laura Street as one of the Great Streets in America. On October 4 during Art Walk Oktoberfest, the APA will unveil the official plaque! The unveiling will take place during Art Walk at 6:30 p.m. at the roundabout on Laura Street by the Landing.

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