Writer-director Channing Godfrey Peoples discusses her debut film and the economic realities it draws upon.
In a new film called, "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" Jimmie Fails plays a fictionalized version of himself.
Maurice Harris wanted to open a coffee shop when he saw his neighborhood changing. The process wasn't easy.
A new data analysis shows correlation between 311 calls, changing demographics and property values in gentrifying neighborhoods.
Mobile homes are one of the last vestiges of affordable home ownership in the Seattle area, but mobile homeowners are being pushed out by skyrocketing real estate values.
Atlanta tax fund seeks to prevent displacement of residents as neighborhood changes.
Eastside Café, a treasured El Sereno center, stopped its building's sale with a bid of its own.
In the Boyle Heights neighborhood of LA, mariachis struggle to pay rent near a plaza named for them.
Folk musician Dar Williams talks about her new book, "What I Found in a Thousand Towns."
Once an urban staple, the businesses are decreasing as developers transform neighborhoods. But people still depend on them.