The 23 cities
that submitted their eSREs late were: Antipolo City, Batangas City, Canlaon City, Cotabato City, Koronadal City, Ligao City, Maasin City, Makati City, Malabon City, Mandaluyong City, Mati City, Meycauayan City, Naga City (Camarines Sur), Navotas City, Quezon City, San Juan City, San Pablo City, San Pedro City, Sipalay City, Tacloban City, Tagaytay City, Tangub City and Tarlac City.
Shanghai is now one of the world's fastest growing cities
while Beijing is hurriedly transforming itself in anticipation of the 2008 Olympic Games.
The early twentieth century witnessed a planet-wide proliferation of residentially segregated cities
designed to uphold racial hierarchies.
Many presidents are talking about the need to renew the cities
in which their institutions are located.
took diverse approaches to rebuilding after the war.
On TV and at the movies cities
have long been losing their share of families and kids.
The world's first cities
grew up in what is now Iraq, on the plains of Mesopotamia near the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.
In some cities
mayors are appointing school boards and superintendents.
How can cities
turn a sunny summer day into a rainy washout?
With this new analysis underway, San Antonio joins other cities
around the country in formally incorporating its green infrastructure into the long-term environmental planning process.
Acknowledging that cities
are "highly politicized locations with a long history in African American and American culture," Massood uses Bakhtinian concepts to investigate the "relationship of African American film to migration and the growth of black urban populations." The approach allows her to discover how the "play between visual and aural signifiers contributes meaning to a film, anchors the narrative in an historical moment, and acknowledges the existence of complementary or contradictory spaces and times in a single text." The time flame for Massood's study runs from 1912, when the Foster Photoplay Company released The Railroad Porter, to two 2000 releases: Spike Lee's Bamboozled and John Singleton's Shaft.
The case illustrates dramatically how the effort to redevelop America's cities
has transformed eminent domain--the government's power to seize private property--from a narrowly construed last resort into a widely, almost routinely used development tool.