Jun 9, 2022
This week we’re joined by writer Dan Moore to talk about his piece in The Ringer entitled “What Do Cities Lose When they Lose Pro Sports?” Dan chats about why stadium deals are A bigger story about cities and how they can be harmful or potentially beneficial.
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May 26, 2022
This week we’re listening to a one to one conversation between St. Paul Developer Johnny Opara of JO Companies and Lea Hargett, Principal of Jog Associates. They talk about LISC’s Capacity Building programs that support developers of color, why Johnny got into development, and barriers people of color face in the...
May 17, 2022
We are Han Solo this week but wanted to clear the pallet for next week's guest. We chat about Oslo's environmental progress, LA's Universal Basic Mobility plans, and how people walking slowly increases perceived crowding. The links the all the stories are in the show notes below!
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Apr 14, 2022
This week we're joined by Jenny Schuetz, a senior fellow at Brookings Metro to talk about her new book Fixer Upper. We chat about making housing decisions at the wrong scale, where housing reform would make the most sense around the United States, and how we could use MPOs to better organize regional housing.
Apr 5, 2022
This week on Mondays we talk a lot of different subjects including Christopher Alexander's A Pattern Language and how where you grow up impacts how good you are at directions. Join us for an Idaho Stop won't you?
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