People are waiting longer to get married, the economy is pretty rough in many regions, and high housing prices have become a serious affliction in others. Those are just a few likely reasons why, “for the first time in modern history, living with parents has overtaken other living arrangements for 18- to 34-year-olds.” (I’d be happy to let my kids stay with me forever if they’d be a little more flexible when it comes to sharing the iPad.)

+ The Atlantic: Neighborhoods Can Shape Success — Down to the Level of a City Block.