Most of them are fed into CvilleBlogs, but the volume there is tremendous and hard to keep up with. We’re truly lucky to have such a vibrant, knowledge and diverse (blogging) community.
I found this blog, titled Discovering Urbanism, last week with this genesis, which shares a lot of my interests which focus on Charlottesville’s real estate and real estate market (location, location, location and “how do I get around?):
I started this blog about a year ago as a semi-public way for me to hash out my personal thoughts about urban form and community. An intellectual journal of sorts, available for others to correct and hopefully fine-tune. But before long I realized that the most interesting posts, as well as the ones that generated the most discussion, were those based in my particular city of Missoula. I discovered what should have been obvious all along: issues like transportation and zoning are pretty boring unless they are about the particular roads and lands that real people use. That’s where the action is. (ed note: bolding mine)