The article sets up the premise that suburbs are becoming cool:
"Americans have a love-hate relationship with the ever-sprawling communities outside the country's big cities...Hollywood hasn't helped the suburban profile, typically portraying these communities as boring, conformist places, spiced up by a few desperate housewives here and there. Yet a number of suburbs around the country blow up the stereotype and are worth a visit on your next trip."
New Urban Network took a look at the 10 "suburbs" cited in the article:
"Only trouble is that seven of the ten suburbs are incorporated cities - Evanston, Illinois: Lakewood, Ohio; Bellevue, Washington; Roswell, Georgia; Alameda, California; Birmingham, Michigan; and Ashland, Oregon. Bellevue became a city most recently - in 1953. Of the three remaining, one is a town, West Hartford, Connecticut, and another is a township, Montclair, New Jersey - both have the density and street grids of small, traditional cities."
Thanks to Renee Brutvan