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Cities Aren’t Dead, They’re Ready to Be Reborn

The pandemic may have accelerated migration from urban centers, but neighborhoods are keeping city life alive.

Cheering a crowd of protestors from a stoop in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Photo by Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images.

It pained Lynette Morrow that she was considering leaving Manhattan for the suburbs. But then again, nothing felt like it did before. “It’s not going back to normal,” she told the New York Times. “This…

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A Chicago expat living in Los Angeles, Patrick Sisson writes about the intersection of cities, business, and culture.

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