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James Howard Kunstler: It's All Going to Have to Get Smaller

James Howard Kunstler discusses why people are afraid of change, why technology won’t save us, and how to live well (by living small) amidst “the Long Emergency.”

Listen to the podcast: https://www.strongtowns.org/journal/2019/9/23/james-howard-kuns... (More)

Big, Impersonal Institutions Are Failing Us. Loyalty to Our Communities Might Save Us.

Patrick Deneen, author of the bestselling "Why Liberalism Failed," has a lot to say about what it means to be rooted in community—and why we should be loyal to our places instead of “looking for the exits.” Could this be an answer to our modern soc... (More)

How "Small and Smart" Ideas can Boost Your City's Creativity (and Financial Resiliency)

Greg Wright—Executive Director at CREATE Portage County—shares how you can foster creative (and financially resilient) communities where you live, including how to inspire creative residents, how to demonstrate the economic impact of creativity, an... (More)

Just another pedestrian killed

Chuck Marohn and Andrew Burleson sit down to discuss a tragedy in Springfield, Mass, where a mom and two girls were hit by a drunk driver on an urban stroad. The seven-year-old girl was killed and the other seriously injured. Marohn and Burleson di... (More)