My wife is from a large urban area and is missing that lifestyle. I am a hayseed. I have visited cities and enjoyed them, and enjoy urbanism as a field of interest and study... But what are some resources for this transition? Blogs, books, articles, I'm open to anything.
I've been living in Brooklyn for 5 years now, and feeling the associated pains of longterm city life. Some stuff has gone on in my professional life recently that has got me wondering if I would enjoy living somewhere else. And being in my late twenties with all of my peers getting married and having kids, life change is all around me and I feel like I'm standing still. Can you guys help me brainstorm about where I might want to live? [more inside]
(looking for somewhere to live) Where is like New York, but not as expensive? [more inside]
Spartan, tech-oriented, late-twentyish couple seeks relocation! Where should we move? [more inside]
What neighborhood of Indianapolis should I live in? [more inside]
What are some good ways, online, to get a feel for what it's like to live in various cities/towns in the US? [more inside]
Where should I move? I'm finishing up grad school and searching for my first job. My intention has been (and is still) to settle in the Seattle area, but I'm curious about alternate suggestions, because it's good to have a Plan B. [more inside]
RelocationFilter: Help me find my spot! I'm basically looking for a city like Montreal, but located within the United States. Where should I move? [more inside]