This week we're starting a new tradition of featuring posts from our members' blogs. Look for this feature every Thursday and more often in the future.
Our members are putting out some great content and we're excited to showcase it!
This week's featured member blog post comes from Johnny at one of our favorite blogs, Granola Shotgun.
All the talk about urbanism these days is dominated by places like Brooklyn, Portland, Vancouver, and San Francisco because they’re prosperous and fashionable. It’s so easy to dismiss them as anomalies. Defenders of suburbia are quick to say (with some justification) that, “Most ordinary people don’t live in places like that.” So let’s look at a supremely middle-of-the-road small town in Kentucky.
He goes on to talk about how historic Main Street in Bellevue, Kentucky compares to the post World War II suburban section of town next to the Highway.
Check it out here. The images alone are worth it.