Good Monday morning everyone! I hope you had the weekend you needed to have. I hope that weekend includes not being frozen. I spent my weekend mostly at home, but I got out and introduced a friend to Scuppernong Books. Scuppernong has inspired one of my wishes for 2014 for great places, which are here.
Once you are through with my wishes and are all thawed out, check out a few more things that are worth reading:
Cleveland meanwhile has adopted a more economically and ethnically diverse way of attracting new people to the area.
This infographic explains the American bike share movement in the past 4-5 years.
Michael Sorkin in Architectural Record writes a letter to Mayor DeBlasio, calling for planning to become more grassroots and equitable in New York with a nod to other cities to do the same.
A lot of these top-10 suburbs are really just small towns adjacent to big cities. Two of them are right outside of Charlotte.
Meanwhile, right here in Greensboro, we could be at the forefront of shaping the next phase of federal health policy.
Could this building be the start of a warehouse district on South Elm? Meanwhile, the warehouse districts of Durham sit in the shadow of the poverty that is still there and getting worse.
Former Governor Jim Hunt in Sunday’s News and Observer asks state leaders to raise teaching salaries to national levels and outlines ways that could happen in four years.
And finally, need to start a yard garden? There are Legos for that.