Streettalk

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Sinopsis

StreetTalk attempts to dig deep into the Portland areas ever-changing communal landscape through multiple interviews that fully plunge into a specific topic. No longer a small backyard community, our downtown core is expanding as neighborhoods evolve to welcome a multitude of new residents. Our growing pains will be highlighted through interviews featuring topics concerning real estate & development, infrastructure & building, homelessness & community, and more.

Episodios

  • StreetTalk with Roger Valdez, Seattle for Growth

    StreetTalk with Roger Valdez, Seattle for Growth

    25/01/2018 Duración: 01h06min

    Amy sits down with Roger Valdez, director of Seattle for Growth, to talk real estate and PR. Roger has been advocating for more housing options in every Seattle-area neighborhood for all kinds of incomes, from micro-housing to mansions and tenant housing to owner-occupied. See all StreetTalk Episodes at https://www.veracityagency.com/blog/streettalk-podcast/

  • Episode 202 — The Hunger Project: Jen Carter

    Episode 202 — The Hunger Project: Jen Carter

    27/09/2017 Duración: 45min

    Oregon is the only state in the nation that keeps getting hungrier. Metro HomeShare's Jen Carter talks about hunger in our city and state.

  • Episode 201: The Hunger Project — Kyle Camberg

    Episode 201: The Hunger Project — Kyle Camberg

    16/08/2017 Duración: 56min

    Sunshine Division Executive Director Kyle Camberg talks about hunger, food insecurity and how you can help feed Portland's kids.

  • MiniCast: Its a Wrap! Final Thoughts on The Eastmoreland Project

    MiniCast: It's a Wrap! Final Thoughts on The Eastmoreland Project

    27/06/2017 Duración: 04min

    Thank you for listening to me muddle through the discovery process regarding the proposed historic district (HD) in Eastmoreland. What could have very well been an indulgent project began as a way to find out the truth by listening to both sides of the issue. I didn’t want to staunchly remain within my own bubble of like-minded people, as we all so often do. So, I thought I’d ask some smart people some questions, that’s all.