The podcast this week is a conversation with Myron Orfield, the director of the institute on Metropolitan Opportunity at the University of Minnesota. Orfield has also written many books on public policy and regional governance, and has spent years studying how municipal fragmentation has led to persistent inequality, particularly in the Twin Cities. Orfield made […]
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In episode 9 of Last Week in MPLS, Tom and Scott welcome Colleen Powers as a guest. They talk about: Podcasters (but not these ones) having babies FirstTech closing Zen in the Art of Archery “Sirius” by the Alan Parsons Project RadioShack still being in business Gov. Dayton telling parents of ill children to illicitly […]
In episode 8 of Last Week in MPLS, Scott welcomes Tom back from Alabama and they talk about: Meat and three Druid City Brewing The 61-car pile-up Brian Hart David Foster Wallace biopic, starring Jason Segel and Jesse Rosenberg, shooting in the Mall of America Bob “Again” Carney, Jr. and the mayoral race “Touching up” […]
In Episode 6 of Last Week in MPLS, Tom and Scott talked to Matt Decuir of OMG Transit and Break the Bubble. He joined us in person, which is a podcast first! Another podcast first is Scott flopping a joke in the first 30 seconds. Subscribe to the Last Week in MPLS feed. Topics of […]
Like many streets.mn writers, I maintain a transit web site of my own. I’ve been asked to post selected episodes of the Critical Transit podcast here, starting with an informal conversation about winter biking. Please share your thoughts and winter cycling advice. Critical Transit Podcast Episode 42 is an informative panel discussion with four winter […]
I’m re-starting the Streets.mn Podcast, after many months of loitering. This episode is an interview local blogger Ed Kohler, about his recent Nice Ride marathon. Ed took a Nice Ride subscription and visited all 145 station stops in a single day, which is (quite frankly) amazing. Here’s a link! You can subscribe on iTunes as […]
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