RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#333
  • Date:June 21, 2012
  • Run Time:1:01:41
  • Download: MP3 | iTunes


    Dave Hill, Elna Baker, Carlos Kotkin, Michael Pope and Kelli Dunham share stories they would never tell Miss Manners.

    Song: RISK! Theme by Wormburner and John Sondericker

    Song: Government Funded Weed by Black Ant

    Live Story: Not for Babies by Elna Baker

    Radio Story: Michael Pope Is Gay For Pay by Michael Pope

    Song: Generals by The Mynabirds

    Live Story: Urinetown by Dave Hill

    Radio Story: Batter Up! by Kelli Dunham

    Song: I Am a Heart by Hey Ocean!

    Live Story: Marcia Nadel by Carlos Kotkin

    Song: The Whip by Locksley

    One Comment

    1. There’s also a psychological cmoeonpnt that is rarely discussed or understood in this academic city planning context. The suburbs can be profoundly alienating. My family moved from the city to the suburbs when I was 13 years old. In Washington D.C., at 12 yo, I was able to take the bus downtown and go to museums by myself, go out in the alley and yell my friends’ names and suddenly have a posse to play touch football, I could easily walk to school and the corner store. In Cleveland Heights, none of that was as easy to do. I was stuck at home a lot and kind of immobile without being legally able to drive. Only in my late 20 s, living in NYC, did it occur to me that I could have ridden a bicycle more in Cleveland Hts for transportation. Odd that I didn’t even consider it at the time. It just wasn’t done.

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