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Best Historic Preservation podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Historic Preservation podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, an Illinois not-for-profit organization, is committed to presenting the finest in international, cultural, community and educational programming to Chicago and to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.
 
You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
 
U of M Radio on Your Historic Dial podcast features historic recordings from KUOM and WMMR — the original professional and student-run radio stations at the University of Minnesota. Digitization of University Archives recordings was financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society as part of the Preservation of Minnesota’s Radio History: An Audio Digital Conversion and Access Project. If you enjoy ...
 
The National Park Service (NPS) Southwest Archeology Podcast explores archeological projects and historic preservation at NPS sites in the southwest. Get a behind-the-scenes view of how National Park Service archeology works through interviews with park staff, university researchers, and tribal partners. The show is produced by the Southern Arizona Office, and interviews include both NPS employees and partners.
 
Published in 1913, O Pioneers! is the first novel in Cather’s Great Plains trilogy and follows the life of its young heroine, Alexandra Bergson, as she fulfills her father’s dying wish to take care of his farm, while also ensuring her brothers are well looked after. Entrusted with a great responsibility, Alexandra is determined to fulfill her father’s wish, as she goes on to prove her skills as a thriving farmer even though the task comes with a hefty price on her happiness. In addition, the ...
 
Welcome to the Life in the Carolinas Podcast. Our show features a blending of stories that are primarily based on the syndicated TV show, Carl White's Life in the Carolinas and newspaper columns written by Carl White. Like Carl often says, "It's never a bad time for a good story!" The podcast is hosted by Carl and features specials guests as they share the stories behind the stories. All too often we simply do not have enough time to share everything we would like during broadcast. This podc ...
 
Sidewalk Radio Airs Every 4th Monday at 8:30 and 6:30pmHosted by Gene Kansas, Sidewalk Radio is a monthly, 20-minute, Special Feature radio show on Atlanta's "Voice of the Arts" that thematically focuses on art, architecture, design, development, city planning and preservation. If you like to hear smart, cool, colorful people talking about culture, character and community, you’ll probably dig it. So tune in to "the first radio show dedicated to the history and preservation of Atlanta" (Atlan ...
 
The Real Estate Syndication Show is a 7-day-a-week podcast where Whitney Sewell interviews the most successful entrepreneurs in the real estate syndication business. Joe Fairless, Vinney Chopra, and Michael Becker are some of the first to be interviewed. The show was created to help every active investor learn how the syndication business works, improve their business and help passive investors understand where to invest when wanting to diversify into real estate.
 
Conversations at the Washington Library is the premier podcast about George Washington and his Early American world. Join host Jim Ambuske each week as he talks with scholars, digital humanists, librarians, and other guests about Washington's era and the way we tell stories about the past. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mountvernon/support
 
Discussions about the many things in business that I deal with on a daily basis. Bringing insight from industry experts from all angles of the real estate community, the title insurance industry, development, real estate technology and all things business!
 
Deb Meaghers and Kimberli Fitzgerald share their passions for mid-Willamette Valley history and engage listeners in the value of preserving and blending our rich historic legacy into our contemporary lives. Interviews with area historians, authors, historic homeowners, neighbors in our historic districts, curators of local museums, and commercial building owners and renovators offer insight into why preserving, living and working in our historic resources are so integral to our sense of comm ...
 
Archaeologyin30 is a podcast produced by the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) and hosted by Mike Thomin at the FPAN coordinating center located in downtown Pensacola, Florida. This 30 minute podcast includes interviews with archaeologists who discuss their work and how it relates to current issues and events. FPAN is a statewide organization and a program of the University of West Florida. FPAN's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding o ...
 
"Knowledge is knowing. Wisdom is applying!" -Buddha Detoxification, nutrition, fitness, spirituality... Through holistic teachings and wisdom from today's ambassadors for health, we can manifest our highest potential and deconstruct our current DEATH CULTURE! We are living in a war zone and need a global awakening! Join me Chris Hall as I interview the FOOT SOLDIERS of liberation with intuitive healers, detoxification specialists, authors, fasting experts, nutritionists, visionaries, scienti ...
 
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To start off July right, we discuss cultural resources with Kassie Rippee. The Tribal Historic Preservation Officer and archaeologist for the Coquille Indian Tribe in Coos Bay, Oregon, Kassie wears many hats most days, but more during our great year 2020. We talk about what a THPO does, COVID, race, and changing archaeological perspectives. Join...…
 
Have you ever considered putting yourself in the shoes of investors, brokers, sellers, or clients? According to Antony Vicino, it is an essential part of the syndication journey. Anthony is an author, investor, and small business operator who has helped build several successful companies. He’s found success by designing systems at scale by implemen…
 
Former El Paso Congressman Beto O’Rourke rode a blue wave across Texas during the 2018 midterm elections. While O’Rourke ultimately lost to incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz by the narrowest of margins , it was a progressive movement filmmaker Kevin Ford wanted to capture. Ford’s documentary, The Pushback , chronicles two newly-elected public…
 
A history of the comic book industry in New York City, how the energy and diversity of the city influenced the burgeoning medium in the 1930s and 40s and how New York’s history reflects out from the origins of its most popular characters. In the 1890s a newspaper rivalry between William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzee helped bring about the bir…
 
Mobile home parks are becoming an increasingly attractive investment opportunity, particularly because of their resilience during downturns. Today's guest, Walker Meadows, has expertise in financial modeling and underwriting for this asset class, and he is here to share his insights with us. We begin the show by getting to know Walker and how he ma…
 
Jovita Idár is a historic San Antonio woman, and on Friday, she will get national spotlight on PBS. The program is American Masters and the specific episode is called "Unladylike 2020." UTSA History Professor Gabriela González's writing about Idár got the attention of producers of the show.By Jack Morgan
 
Just a week into the month of July, San Antonio saw 3,815 new cases of COVID-19. In comparison, the area saw just 481 new cases in the first week of June. With the state's reopening and Memorial Day weekend, among other things, the daily case average has skyrocketed.By Kathleen Creedon
 
Real estate investing attracts all sorts. For Lee Yoder, today’s guest, investing was the perfect outlet for his entrepreneurial spirit that also allowed him to focus on the priorities in life – his family and his relationship with God. A fast mover, Lee was able to sell a duplex and buy three multi-family properties within four months. But his pat…
 
We're excited to bring you Season 5 of Conversations at the Washington Library in a few short weeks. But in the meantime we’ll keep you entertained as promised. Today, we bring you the audio version of Executive Director Kevin Butterfield’s recent live stream with Dr. T.H. Breen. Breen is the William Smith Mason Professor of History emeritus at Nor…
 
When Marsha Madrigal was in middle school, she thought it was normal to see her classmates in handcuffs. But she knows now that not all schools have a significant police presence , and the odds of seeing your classmates arrested go up if you are Black , like she is. The 2018 Fox Tech High School graduate wants the San Antonio Independent School Dis…
 
*This post was updated on Thursday, July 9, at 4:19 p.m. The past few weeks of Black Lives Matter and anti-racism protests have raised questions about the white supremacist origins of English words and phrases in everyday English vocabulary such as " master bedroom " and "black magic."By dallas@tpr.org (Dallas Williams)
 
This post was updated on Wednesday, July 8, at 4:15 p.m. The San Antonio Food Bank continues to be a lifeline for San Antonio families experiencing food insecurity due to economic fallout of COVID-19 — many of whom had never previously received assistance — but is in urgent need of volunteers to maintain full distribution efforts.…
 
The Latinx vote gets a lot of attention in an election year. Many groups worked against the odds to organize the vote, including the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the Mexican American Youth Organization. UTSA Libraries Special Collections is working to preserve the origins and history of another important voting rights organi…
 
There are numerous things that can hold you back from starting your real estate investing journey. From not having any experience to getting stuck in analysis paralysis, it can seem like there are more obstacles than opportunities. In this situation, you have two choices: You forge ahead anyway or you let your doubts get the best of you. Today’s gu…
 
This post was updated on Tuesday, July 7, at 3:45 p.m. One in four adults in the U.S. is living with a disability. That's 61 million Americans for whom everyday obstacles are exacerbated due to the outbreak, as COVID-19 shines a light on existing issues and poses new pandemic-related threats for people with disabilities.…
 
As multifamily continues to become increasingly competitive, it is important to look for opportunities in unlikely places and even branch out into different asset classes. International agricultural investment is a burgeoning investment opportunity, and today’s guest, Evie Brooks, is here to share some insights into this asset class. In this episod…
 
The Keystone XL and the Dakota Access pipelines recently suffered major legal defeats — the construction permit for the Keystone XL was revoked in April, and the Dakota Access was ordered to stop pumping oil by early August. Kinder Morgan’s 430-mile Permian Highway Pipeline faces a maze of litigation, and the legal action against other pipelines ar…
 
This post has been updated. It was originally published on Sunday, July 5, at 2:55 p.m. A federal judge in Los Angeles ruled that Immigration and Customs Enforcement has until mid-July to release migrant children in family detention centers, citing COVID-19 concerns at these facilities.By Reynaldo Leaños Jr.
 
We're rebroadcasting our interview with Lillian, Cathy and Susan Barbash about their family and their fight to stop Robert Moses from driving a road down the middle of Fire Island. We were saddened to hear of the recent pasing of Lillian and wanted to share this conversation in her memory.By Long Island History Project
 
In challenging times, nature brings us peace. From time immemorial, humans have taken to nature to soothe their anxious and tired souls. In today’s busy and built world, opportunities to experience and commune with nature are limited – but today’s guest is doing something about that. Alden Stoner is the CEO of Nature Sacred, an organization dedicat…
 
Welcome to Season Four of True Tales From Old Houses! In this episode, Stacy and Devyn answer the listener question, "How much hands-on work do you do?" Today's guest is Alex Santantonio from the popular blog and Instagram account, Old Town Home. In 2003, Alex and Wendy bought a row house in Old Town Alexandria, and they've had a love affair with r…
 
Lloyd Klickstein is the Chief Science Officer at resTORbio, a biopharmaceutical company that develops medications to target the biology of aging. In this episode, Lloyd discusses his company’s clinical application of rapamycin and its derivatives. He also elucidates details of his 2014 paper—a paper that greatly influenced Peter’s perspective of ra…
 
Sometimes, staying organized can be difficult, and there are so many unpleasant and monotonous tasks that we tend to avoid, but organization is especially important for your business, and Erin Spradlin has some tips for how to make it easier! Erin is today’s guest on the show, and she is a real estate agent that buys and sells real estate in Denver…
 
The group Autonomous Brown Berets De San Anto held a vigil and rally Saturday near Fort Sam Houston to honor Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen. The event, one of several throughout Texas, also highlighted the violence women in the military and throughout society face on a regular basis.By Jolene Almendarez
 
With $7 million in historic tax credits received, 95 apartment units, and $9 million in syndicated assets and value, John Blatchford is someone who is using state tax incentives right! John is the founder of Kunst, a real estate developer and syndicator in Cincinnati, Ohio. Since 2013, Kunst has syndicated 12 multifamily projects, with 95 total apa…
 
One area of real estate we have not considered yet on the show since the pandemic is mobile home syndication but today we are changing that with Todd Sulzinger! Todd is a corporate finance executive turned mobile home park investor and the Founder of Blue Elm Investments, a mobile home park operating firm that focuses on rehabbing distressed mobile…
 
Sometimes the best secrets hide in plain sight, and today’s guest, Chris Naugle, is here to share what he has learned about how the wealthy reach those heights and stay there. In this episode, Chris talks about a specially designed whole life insurance policy vehicle that the multimillionaires, billionaires, and even banks make use of to recycle an…
 
EPISODE 333 In New York City, during the tumultuous summer of 1776, the King of England lost his head. Two hundred and fifty years ago, Colonial New York received a monumental statue of King George III on horseback, an ostentatious and rather awkward display which once sat in Bowling Green park at the tip of Manhattan. On July 9, 1776, angry New Yo…
 
In today’s episode, we welcome back Spencer Hilligoss, who we last spoke to in episode 357. Spencer recently transitioned from being a tech leader to becoming a full-time real estate investor. Spencer shares his journey which began with a shift in investment strategy from playing the mythic ‘Silicon Valley lottery’ and investing in startups to goin…
 
Summer has arrived and with it the end of Season 4 of Conversations at the Washington Library. But don't despair! While we're busy recording new episodes for Season 5, we'll keep the conversation going by bringing you the audio version of recent and upcoming Washington Library Live Stream Digital Book Talks. In fact, for today’s episode, we bring y…
 
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