Category Archives: Podcasts

Our LG podcast episodes; I think this should be a tag, not a category, but I left as-is for now

“Locally Grown” #9: telecom infrastructure

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Issues covered in show #9 of Locally Grown (February 24), recorded in the KRLX 88.1 FM studio at Carleton on Friday afternoon:

Ultra high-speed broadband and Northfield’s economic development.

Guest: Milda Hedblom, adjunct professor at the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, and professor of politics and communications at Augsburg College.

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“Locally Grown” #8 features Elizabeth Schott and the Northfield Area United Way

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Issues covered in show #8 of Locally Grown (February 18), recorded in the KRLX 88.1 FM studio at Carleton on Saturday afternoon: The Northfield Area United Way fund drive with guest Elizabeth Schott, Executive Director.

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“Locally Grown” podcast for 02.10.06

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Issues covered in show #7 of Locally Grown, recorded in the KRLX 88.1 FM studio at Carleton on Friday afternoon:

  1. Carleton’s Bursting the Bubble civic engagement series: 0-6:00
  2. Economic development plan update: 6:00
  3. Outdoor swimming pool update: 8:15
  4. Clem Shearer Micro Grant decision: 9:30
  5. Upadopting 1306: 13:45
  6. Public utitlities/city-wide wi-fi: 16:00
  7. Green businesses: 21:45
  8. Jobs for/business startups by college students: 26:00
  9. “Third” places in downtown: 35:45
  10. Outdoor dining on public spaces in downtown: 38:15
  11. Community media task force update: 49:00

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“Locally Grown” podcast for 02.03.06: Economic development

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Issues covered in show #6 of Locally Grown, recorded in the KRLX 88.1 FM studio at Carleton last Friday afternoon: The EDA and the forthcoming economic development plan. See EDA member Tracy Davis’ weblog post Economic Development Plan – “Context Mapping” session which contains the PowerPoint presentation and Community Assessment – TIP Strategies (DRAFT) which contains the PDF document.

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“Locally Grown” podcast for Jan. 27

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Issues covered in show #5 of “Locally Grown,” recorded in the KRLX 88.1 FM studio at Carleton last Friday afternoon:

  1. Northfield public library expansion with guest Lynne Young, director: 0:00 to 21:00
  2. The need for a nightclub: 21:00 to 29:15
  3. Outdoor swimming pool: 29:15 to 36:00
  4. Traffic light and MNDOT: 36:00 to 38:00
  5. School district’s handling of problematic employees: 38:00 to 40:45
  6. Wrap-up, issues being followed: 40:45 to 42:45

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Locally Grown team

“Locally Grown” is a Northfield.org weekly audio show about local Northfield issues. The show is podcast every week and airs every other week on KRLX 88.1 FM on Thursdays at 5:30 pm. In the photo (L to R): Carleton College KRLX news director Morgan Weiland; Ross Currier, Northfield Downtown Development Corporation (NDDC) Executive Director and member of the Northfield Planning Commission; Tracy Davis, local business owner and member of the Northfield Economic Development Authority (EDA); and me, ED of NCO. Click to enlarge.

“Locally Grown” podcast for Jan. 20

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Issues covered in the 4th show of “Locally Grown,” recorded in the KRLX 88.1 FM studio at Carleton yesterday afternoon:

  1. Groundbreaking for Northfield Crossing: 0:00 to 7:00
  2. Arts/cultural programming on 3rd Thursdays: 7:00 to 14:00
  3. Cereal bowl bandshell in Ames Park: 14:00 to 17:30
  4. Traffic calming: 17:30 to 26:00
  5. Q-Comp update: 26:00 to 30:00
  6. Straw poll to rate public school teachers: 30:00 to 33:00

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Locally Grown team

“Locally Grown” is a Northfield.org weekly audio show about local Northfield issues. The show is podcast every week and airs every other week on KRLX 88.1 FM on Thursdays at 5:30 pm. In the photo (L to R): Carleton College KRLX news director Morgan Weiland; Ross Currier, Northfield Downtown Development Corporation (NDDC) Executive Director and member of the Northfield Planning Commission; Tracy Davis, local business owner and member of the Northfield Economic Development Authority (EDA); and me, ED of NCO. Click to enlarge.

“Locally Grown” podcast for Jan. 13; airs Thurs. on KRLX 88.1

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“Locally Grown” is now the name of the Northfield.org weekly audio show about local Northfield issues. Our third show was recorded in the KRLX 88.1 FM studio at Carleton last Friday afternoon. The show airs for the first time this Thursday, Jan. 19th, 5:30 PM.

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In the photo (L to R): KRLX news director Morgan Weiland; KRLX station manager Cameron Nordholm; Tracy Davis, local business owner and member of the Northfield Economic Development Authority (EDA); and Ross Currier, Northfield Downtown Development Corporation (NDDC) Executive Director and member of the Northfield Planning Commission.

Issues covered in this show: Hwy 3 stop light, Q-Block, Mayor Pro Tem, Q-Comp, Community Media.

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Locally Grown: Dec. 27 audio interview/podcast

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I hosted another audio interview today — second in a series — with Ross Currier, Northfield Planning Commission member and Executive Director of the NDDC and Tracy Davis, Northfield EDA member and downtown business owner (Donegal Carpets). The purpose: a light and lively discussion of current issues and events of interest and relevance to Northfield citizens.

Today’s topics: The outdoor swimming pool (0-08:00 min); the Q Block development (08:00-14:30); traffic light at 3rd & Hwy 3 (14:30-17:15); Q-Comp (17:15-24:45); a dog park (24:45-30:00). Length of show: 30 minutes.

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Locally Grown: audio interview/podcast

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I hosted an audio interview today with (left) Ross Currier, Northfield Planning Commission member and Executive Director of the NDDC and Tracy Davis, Northfield EDA member and downtown business owner (Donegal Carpets).

The purpose: a light and lively discussion of current issues and events of interest and relevance to Northfield citizens. (We’re planning to do a series of these.)

Today’s topics: Winter Walk, the outdoor swimming pool, the Q Block development, tomorrow’s NDDC forum.

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Length of show: 37 minutes. Click the play button to listen or download the MP3 file. Subscribe to the feed. Subscribe with iTunes.