SOME STUFF FROM THIS WEEK YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED.
Chuck Marohn shares reflections from his recent family vacation to Washington, DC.
A new survey shows that seniors desire walkable neighborhoods.
By talking to each other, by listening, and by interpreting the words and actions of others with a spirit of generosity, we can overcome the feeling of helplessness we have in these times.
This week we covered the dangers of highway widening, the history of government involvement in home mortgages, and the problem with parking lots.
We've created a system that feeds on short-term growth but doesn't account for the long-term costs of that development.
A recently-elected Strong Towns member on why she ran for office and how Strong Towns has influenced her leadership.
What happens when you fill your city with parking? Lots and lots of low value land, and not much else.
In this podcast, Rachel Quednau interviews Alfonso Morales, a Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, about public markets and what makes them succeed or fail.
On the surface, mortgages appear to be a mostly free market enterprise, but the system masks a huge amount of government intervention.
5 reasons foodies should care about building strong towns.