Some San Franciscans are not happy about the new public art at Crissy Field, which they claim obstructs views and looks like "giant steel droppings."
The filmmaker lost a long-running zoning battle with his California neighbors. Now they may get something they want even less than a movie studio in their back yard: low-income housing.
Using augmented reality, people can see how proposed projects could benefit or burden their neighborhood.
Democracy in America
Surveys show older people are more likely to actively oppose new development
We'll never escape from NIMBY sentiments, but local governments can take steps to ensure everyone benefits from new development