What is this website about lesser-known cities?
October 14, 2014 1:20 PM   Subscribe

I remember recently reading a website that highlighted smaller/lesser-known American cities and talked about why they were great places to live, as an alternative to trendy cities like Austin, Asheville, etc. The article I remember reading was about a town in Texas that had beautiful architecture, complete with lots of photos. I thought it was called something like "you should live here" or "you should move here", but those aren't turning up any Google hits. Does anyone know what this might have been?
posted by capricorn to Computers & Internet (9 answers total) 20 users marked this as a favorite
I doubt it was Find Your Spot, but it seems to fit the bill.
posted by tapir-whorf at 1:22 PM on October 14, 2014

Your description reminds me of this post from The Billfold, So What Mid-Sized City Are We All Moving To?, which links to this Atlantic CityLab series Where Millenials Can Make It Now.
posted by purpleclover at 1:29 PM on October 14, 2014 [2 favorites]

Argh! I know just what you're talking about. I'm almost positive someone linked it from the green or the blue. I can't find it either.
posted by town of cats at 1:55 PM on October 14, 2014

Maybe not the right website, but was the town Marfa, TX, by any chance?
posted by un petit cadeau at 2:04 PM on October 14, 2014

It wasn't movoto, was it? They have lots of little articles and lists of things about different cities.
posted by dilettante at 2:18 PM on October 14, 2014

Smithsonian Magazine has a yearly feature of best small cities and includes a picture gallery. 2012 had Marfa, 2013 had Fredericksburg
posted by fizzix at 6:02 PM on October 14, 2014

I know exactly what you mean, but can't remember it either. Frustrating!
posted by jpe at 6:47 PM on October 14, 2014

Best answer: I think this FPP is the one you're looking for?
posted by one_bean at 7:06 PM on October 14, 2014 [3 favorites]

Response by poster: That's the one, thanks one_bean! Guess I should have put this in MeTa :)
posted by capricorn at 7:54 AM on October 15, 2014

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