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Links of the Day

Conor Friedersdorf

-- The Urbanophile has a must read post on Cincinnati. And he has a great link roundup of his own over at his blog.

-- Richard Florida tells the class of 2010 where to live.

-- On hipster and non-hipster urbanism: A fun post on the High Line.

-- The future of Denver.

-- Too Weird for the Wire: "How black Baltimore drug dealers are using white supremacist legal theories to confound the Feds."

-- Alas this blog hasn't been able to cover fictional cities.

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