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  • Archis - A bi-monthly magazine on architecture, city, and visual culture. Includes an archive of feature articles. [in Dutch and English]
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  • Better! Cities & Towns - Newsletter covering new urbanism: smart growth, livable communities, and traditional neighborhood development.
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  • California Planning & Development Report - Independent monthly newsletter covering planning and development news in the state.
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  • City Journal - Quarterly magazine communicating innovative ideas about restoring the quality of life to America's cities.
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  • Common Sense - Online collection of published essays on land use planning, the environment, development and the no-growth movement by Richard Carson.
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  • Creative Class Group - Richard Florida's "The Rise of the Creative Class" examines creativity and its effects on economic development.
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  • Downtown Research and Development Center - Offers newsletters and books on topics including economic development, downtown promotion programs, transportation and parking, and organization and management.
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  • EcoIQ Magazine on Land Use - Selected articles and editorials on urban issues.
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  • Environment and Urbanization - Semiannual journal focuses on urban and environmental issues, with an emphasis on Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Includes archives, abstracts, subscription information, and submission guidelines.
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  • Journal of Urban Planning and Development - Quarterly publication of the American Society of Civil Engineers covers civil engineering applications in urban planning.
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  • Los Angeles Studies: The Emergence of a Specialty Field - Toric Monahan reviews research on Los Angeles; article from the journal City and Society. [PDF]
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  • Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis examines contemporary life through design, architecture, interior design, product design, graphic design, crafts, planning, and preservation.
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  • New Village Journal - A magazine that documents enlightened leadership in community planning, development, and renewal.
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  • New Village Press - Publisher of original cross-disciplinary books on community building for professionals and activists.
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  • Next City - A magazine by a new generation of urban leaders and thinkers that asks how cities, through design, policy, and entrepreneurship, can remain economically competitive while addressing critical environmental and social issues.
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  • Open House International - Journal focusing on improving the built environment and the decision-making processes that influence its development. Includes abstracts, notes, history, and subscription information.
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  • Planning and Markets - Electronic journal dedicated to the study of planned interventions versus market approaches.
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  • Posturbanism - An introduction and exploration into the concept of posturbanism.
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  • Sidewalks in the Kingdom - Readings, links, and discussions for Christian New Urbanists.
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  • Terrain - A journal of the built and natural environments, featuring articles, essays, editorials, poetry, fiction, artwork, and the "UnSprawl" case studies.
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  • The Town Paper - Publications about urbanism and town design for public outreach, reporting and educational debate. Includes an archive of articles and links to traditional neighborhood developments.
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  • Urban Documents - Subscription based service offering reports and research generated by local government agencies, civic organizations, academic and research organizations, public libraries, and metropolitan and regional planning agencies.
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  • The Urban Reinventors - Online urban journal, whose aim is to analyze the entrepreneurial strategies of reinvention of the contemporary city.
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  • Urban Studies - Journal that provides an international forum of social and economic contributions to the fields of urban and regional planning.
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  • The Western Planner - Magazine published eight times a year for an audience in twelve western states.
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