Best Historicpreservation podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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nextSTL began as the St. Louis Urban Workshop in 2009. Since then, the site has continued to evolve. Incorporating more voices across more platforms to tell the story, past, present, & future, of St. Louis. The evolution of Facebook and Twitter has changed the discussion, and the process of writing about urban and civic issues. Conferences, events, appearances by nextSTL contributors on radio and television, we’ve done, and will continue to do it all. Now it’s time to launch the Future Great ...
 
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Just a week ahead of the decisive Democratic primary in the St. Louis City mayoral contest, our guest is city Treasurer and mayoral candidate Tishaura Jones. We have also spoken to mayoral candidates Lewis Reed, President of the Board of Aldermen (listen to Lewis on the Future Great City podcast) and Lyda Krewson, Alderwoman for the 28th Ward ( ...…
 
Our guest this week is St. Louis City President of the Board of Aldermen and mayoral candidate, Lewis Reed. Reed became the second official candidate for Room 200, a seat occupied by Mayor Francis Slay for the past 15 years. 28th Ward alderwoman Lyda Krewson was the first to announce a run in June. Listen to Lyda on the Future Great City podcas ...…
 
Our guest this week is St. Louis City President of the Board of Aldermen and mayoral candidate, Lewis Reed. Reed became the second official candidate for Room 200, a seat occupied by Mayor Francis Slay for the past 15 years. 28th Ward alderwoman Lyda Krewson was the first to announce a run in June. Listen to Lyda on the Future Great City podcas ...…
 
In this episode we speak with "Mr. Streetcar" John Schneider of Cincinnati. A longtime downtown resident there, John has been instrumental in the biggest civic infrastructure projects in that city over the past 30 years. This episode was recorded at the 21C Hotel on the streetcar line in downtown Cincinnati. John Schneider was a board member of ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Umar Lee of St. Louis, an activist, author, and former cab driver. Lee became known to many during the 2014 protests in Ferguson following the killing of Michael Brow. He was also a vocal presence during the debate surrounding the entry of ride sharing services in St. Louis such as Lyft and Uber. We spoke with Lee ...…
 
David will be speaking at SPACE Architecture + Design this Thursday. The event is free and open to the public, but you are asked to please click here to register. The event is presented by nextSTL and Left Bank Books. Copies of Chain of Title will be available to purchase. _________ In this episode we speak with David Dayen, author of Chain of ...…
 
Two weeks ago, City of St. Louis Alderwoman Lyda Krewson announced her candidacy for mayor. We speak with her about the 28th Ward, why she first decided to run for city office, how she has approached her run for mayor, and more. Krewson, the chief financial officer of PGAV Architects, was first elected to the city's Board of Aldermen in 1997 in ...…
 
In this episode we speak with regular nextSTL contributor Greg Johnson. We attempt to cover the boom in development news from across St. Louis from the riverfront westward. From CityArchRiver to the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency to the Alverne to Jefferson Arms and on and on, we cover a lot of ground! With so much happening here, our ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Rasheen Aldridge, Jr. Born and raised in St. Louis, Rasheen is a community organizer and activist. Growing up in the City of St. Louis, he attended the suburban Parkway school district. Rasheen is currently enrolled at Forest Park Community College and is a candidate for 5th Ward Democratic committeeman. Named to t ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Megan Ellyia-Green, 15the Ward alderwoman in the City of St. Louis. Originally from upstate New York, Megan attended Penn State University before earning a Masters in Education and Leadership from Saint Louis University. She was elected to represent one of city’s 28 wards in 2014 following the resignation of Jennif ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Scott Ogilvie, 24th Ward alderman in the City of St. Louis. Twice elected from the neighborhoods south of Forest Park, Scott has become known for asking difficult policy questions of the city and his colleagues, while pushing for political reform and good governance. Ogilvie has won support and earned critics by be ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Jeff Rainford, an independent public policy consultant who is best known for his 14 years as chief of staff to four-term City of St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay. Described by friends and foes alike as fierce and effective, he was instrumental in returning control of the city’s police department to the city for the fir ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Ralph Pfremmer Executive Director of Trailnet. The organization’s mission is to “lead in fostering healthy, active and vibrant communities where walking, bicycling and the use of public transit are a way of life” through programs, transportation planning, and policy initiatives. Most recently, Trailnet weighed in o ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Ben Hilliker, the founder and CEO of Hilliker Corp., a commercial real estate firm in St. Louis. Ben graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and was President of an engineering firm with offices in five cities, prior to entering the commercial real estate field. In 1973, Ben sold the engineering firm and ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Sarah Kendzior, a freelance writer living in St. Louis. She has written about exploitation, particularly in higher education, the diminishing opportunities of America’s youth, and inequality and gentrification. Sarah has also covered internet privacy, political repression, and how the media shape public perception. ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Sean Spencer, Executive Director of the newly reconstituted and expanded Tower Grove Neighborhoods Community Development Corporation. The organization is a consolidation of Grand Oak Hill Community Corporation, Southwest Garden Housing Corporation and Shaw Neighborhood Housing Corporation. The TGNCDC serves an area ...…
 
In this episode we speak with architectural historian Michael Allen about the state of historic preservation and the built environment in St. Louis. His work can be found at his new site, Building Culture. nextSTL began as the St. Louis Urban Workshop in 2009. Since then, the site has continued to incorporate more voices across more platforms t ...…
 
It’s nextSTL.com in a podcast! In this preview episode we speak with nextSTL contributor Greg Johnson and preview the podcast, sharing thoughts on St. Louis, the website, and what upcoming episodes of the podcast will offer. Get ready for the Future Great City podcast from St. Louis and nextSTL.com! This may only be a 9-minute preview, but we c ...…
 
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