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Show Fullscreen A community group representing victims and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire has denounced the replacement of a housing expert who was due to participate in the second phase of the inquiry into the tragedy. Professor Nabeel Hamdi, an AA graduate described as an “accomplished...

New York City has ordered the owners of 220 buildings to take protective measures such as installing sidewalk sheds weeks after a woman was killed by a piece of a facade that fell from a 17-story building near Times Square...

No one was injured when a portion of Old Fourth Ward’s century-old DuPre Excelsior Mill building came crumbling down in a construction mishap Friday, but some Atlantans are mourning nonetheless. In 2016, the famed Masquerade music venue uprooted from the historic North Avenue...

Utah couples line up to wed in temple ahead of 4-year closure  KUTV 2News AiroAV...

Here’s a look at big moments in architecture as we celebrate the highs, lows and uh-ohs of the departing decade in Dallas culture, 2010-2019.The Dallas Arts District has made progress over the last decade, even if it still feels a little dead at times. (Tom...