June 6, 2013:“Cheap” street parking isn’t really cheap. And “free” street parking is not free. Why don’t more cities treat that super-sweet parking space that just opened up as the valuable commodity it really is?
May 22, 2013:The City of Angels has gone by a few other names: city of water theft, city of gridlock, city of sprawl. But the place where people have always gone to re-make themselves may finally be re-making itself.
August 13, 2012:On July 31, voters in and around Atlanta had the opportunity to solve some of their most intractable transportation and infrastructure problems by approving a one-cent sales tax increase. Had it passed, the referendum item... read more >
July 16, 2012:Late last week it was reported that the American Tradition Institute, a conservative think tank, filed Freedom of Information Act requests with universities and other publicly funded institutions seeking any and all e-mail... read more >
Jeff Turrentine is OnEarth's articles editor. A former editor at Architectural Digest and reporter for The Washington Post, his writing and criticism have appeared in The New York Times Book Review, The Los Angeles Times Book Review, Slate, and other publications.