It's been a busy week at Strong Towns. Here's our most popular stories:
by Strong Towns, February 27, 2017
This week we kicked off the first round of voting in our Strongest Town contest. It was a flurry of activity to choose the eight cities that will advance to the next round.
by Kea Wilson, March 1, 2017
An interview with Mark Sundeen, author of The Unsettlers, shows how we don't have to leave society if we want to radically rebuild our world.
by Nate Hood, February 28, 2017
What if we moved beyond temporary "open streets" events and used what we learned there to make lasting changes to our street design?
by Kristin Green, March 1, 2017
Many people leave the city and head for the suburbs once they have children. I did the opposite. (And don't miss another popular article on the same topic by Justin Golbabai: "Home Search: Finding Common Ground Between Urban & Rural".)
by Rachel Quednau, March 1, 2017
We're kicking off a new series going in-depth on the Strong Towns Strength Test with an exploration of main street health. Today's question: Does your main street have more cars than people?
(Top photo by Johnny Sanphillippo)