Episode 10: That’s A Wrap

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The final episode (for now!) of The Downtown Phoenix Podcast. Thank you for making this a part of your advocacy and urbanism toolkit.

Show Notes:

You can read the essays of our host, Edward Jensen, at edwardjensen.net.

We say ‘thank you.’ See you around downtown Phoenix!

Episode 9: Catching Our Breath

With apologies to our listeners, as we were editing our actual Episode 9, we realized that it didn’t meet the high standard of excellence to which we hold ourselves at The Downtown Phoenix Podcast. Our Series 2 première will be Monday July 21.

In the meantime, here is a replay of our conversation with Feliciano Vera from Episode 7 of the Podcast. Please enjoy!

Episode 8: Assessing the Health of Our Communities

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Episode 8: Assessing the Health of Our Communities

release date: 22 April 2014

Show Notes

While this is the inaugural series finale, please stay subscribed to The Downtown Phoenix Podcast! We will be back in June with Series 2. Thank you for listening to us and making our program a part of your toolkit to make our communities better.

Stay up-to-date with the Podcast on Facebook (facebook.com/downtownphoenixpodcast) and Twitter (@dtphxpodcast).

Episode 7: From Point A to Point B

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Episode 7: “From Point A to Point B (and everywhere in between)”

Release Date: 14 April 2014

Show Notes

City of Phoenix Budget Hearings: http://www.phoenix.gov/budget/calendar/index.html

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Episode 6: The Phoenix Budget 102

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Episode 6: The Phoenix Budget 102

Release Date: 7 April 2014

Conversation Guest: Paul Loomans, Phoenix Spokes People

Show Notes:

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Episode 5: The Phoenix Budget 101

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Episode 5: “The Phoenix Budget 101″

Release Date: March 31, 2014

Recommended Reading:

  • Managing Urban America by David R. Morgan, Robert E. England, and John P. Pelissero
  • Public Administration: Power and Politics in the Fourth Branch of Government by Kevin B. Smith and Michael J. Licari

Show Notes