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DC Slowly Moving Away From Cars

Today, Washington, D.C. is participating in its annual Car Free Day. This may seem like nothing new to D.C. residents as each day, D.C. gets closer to making every day car free. 69 more words


Two Neighborhoods Become One

Takoma, D.C. and Takoma Park are quickly becoming one community. Both neighborhoods share “a hippie history that still lingers today” through the areas food, markets, and local businesses. 66 more words


Life and The City

I moved into the city–a city in the Southeastern United States–that is.  The daily and weekly rhythm of city living certainly has its own charm. 790 more words

Walkable Communities

Washington, D.C. ranks number one in walkability

Washington, D.C. recently beat out New York City and earned the number-one spot as the most walkable metropolitan area in the U.S.

What’s the secret to Washington’s walkability? 95 more words

kickstART Your Weekend with Some Good Reads: High Speed Rail, Walkable Neighborhoods, and Music's Power to Heal

Our Friday update here at kickstART farmington highlights some great articles we’ve read this week dealing with art, creative placemaking, and building great communities. You’re sure to find some inspiration to make your life and our community even better! 239 more words