The Urban Ethnic Shuffle

Johnny Sanphillippo, March 8, 2016

Why is walking away from a neighborhood seen as a harmless passive act, while moving in is viewed as an act of aggression and displacement? This controversial post got a lot of people talking this week.

The Walmart Trophy

Charles Marohn, March 8, 2016

Walmart builds cheap buildings in order to sell Americans cheap stuff. This model is harming small towns across America.

About those Pesky Crossing Buttons...

Rachel Quednau, March 8, 2016

Do car-drivers have to pull up to each intersection, lean out their window and push a button in order to get a green light? No. So why should pedestrians?

Is Your City Pedestrian-Unfriendly?

Sarah Kobos, March 10, 2016

It’s time to make walkability a priority, not just a feel-good buzzword. 

The End of the Ponzi Scheme (Podcast)

Strong Towns, March 10, 2016

How do we currently deal with slow-downs in growth? How do anti-fragile, resilient, and fragile communities handle challenges differently? 

(Top image by Johnny Sanphillippo)