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by Charles Marohn | August 19, 2019
The United States isn’t France, but there are still plenty of lessons to be learned—and myths to be busted—by looking at the way their streets are designed to build wealth.
by Campbell McCool | August 20, 2019
Once ubiquitous, then endangered, the American front porch is making a comeback. From rocking chairs to rock music, an upcoming conference near Oxford, Mississippi celebrates the past, present, and future of the surprisingly powerful front porch.
by Nolan Gray | August 21, 2019
Lexington, Kentucky recently proposed an ordinance that would allow accessory dwelling units. Nolan Gray explains how ADUs are good for renters, good for homeowners, and good for the city — and why Lexington’s ordinance is (almost) perfect.
Upzoned Podcast | Kea Wilson & Tristan Cleveland | August 16, 2019
In North America, stadium projects are almost synonymous with silver bullet disasters. But does that have to be true?
by Beth Ann Fennelly | August 21, 2019
The Poet Laureate of Mississippi reflects on her adopted South and on the Southern tradition of front porch-sitting: “No other architectural space is so deliciously not/and: not inside, not outside. Not public, not private. Not house, not garden.”