ARLnow.com presents interviews with local newsmakers in Arlington, Virginia.
Talking reopening, tech, and the state of the local economy with Telly Tucker
We talked with Telly Tucker, the new head of Arlington Economic Development, about Friday's reopening, what's going on with the local economy, the plight of small businesses during the pandemic, and the growth of tech companies in Northern Virginia.
Gillian Burgess on coronavirus, bicycling, and the Arlington Way
Why hasn't Arlington closed some streets to cars, to make more room for pedestrians and cyclists? What can be done about overcrowded trails? Should the Arlington Way move mostly online? Those are a few of the things we discussed with Gillian Burgess, a local civic leader and cycling advocate.
Kate Bates of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce
Last night ARLnow sat down for a fireside chat with Kate Bates, President and CEO of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. We discussed the state of the business community during the pandemic, what the future might look like, and the work Kate and the Chamber are doing.
How a new county initiative plans to tackle hunger in Arlington
On April 10, Arlington County announced a new initiative for the coronavirus era: the Cooperative for a Hunger Free Arlington. We talked to those heading the group -- Abby Raphael, Diane Kresh and Amy Maclosky -- about what it is and how they plan to help during these tough times.
Scott Parker on the state of local business in Arlington
The 26 Square Miles podcast is back! At least during the the quarantine.
ARLnow's Scott Brodbeck talked with Scott Parker -- of Don Tito, Bash Boxing, Bearded Goat Barber and other local businesses -- about the state of local business in Arlington during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ep. 63 - ARLnow Commenter Dave Schutz
Anyone familiar with ARLnow and our corner of the digital media universe knows that we have a prolific comment section. Driving the comment section is a community of regular commenters that has developed over time, and one of the leading voices in that comment community is Dave Schutz. We talked with Dave about the comment community on ARLnow, about our comment moderation, and about his opinions on various topics.
Good podcast but comes out infrequently. Prefer topics that resemble the website.
First Podcast episode was great
I hope it continues