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KEEP {INSERT CITY} WEIRD: Twenty years ago, urbanists such as Toronto’s Richard Florida were telling cities they needed to develop in ways that attractive “creative class” millennials. The result? A rash of public spending on entertainment districts and hipster amenities, with cities spending a lot to look more and more alike. Along the way, many have lost some of their individual appeal and locked out local residents.

Greg Brooks

Greg Brooks

Greg Brooks is the founder and president of the Better Cities Project. With more than 30 years of business and communications experience, he previously led public affairs for the Los Angeles-based Reason Foundation, public relations for the Phoenix-based Goldwater Institute, and national outreach efforts for several other groups.

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