We believe that every person is really two people. They have two sides: the personal and the public. Who you are exists at the intersection of those two. By “personal”, we mean who you are at home. It involves involves your background, your experiences, your perspective. By “public” we’re referring to the person you are when you’re out in the world— when you’re at work, at a meeting or buying groceries. We want to learn more about those two people.
#39 Ross Rides the Bus!
Ride the Pulse with transit expert and local excitable person: Ross Catrow.
#38 Jason Kamras
Jason Kamras is the Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools. He shares about his early experiences as a teacher in Washington, DC and reflects on the first 100 days of his tenure in Richmond. This episode is sponsored by Village Bank.
#37 Kelli Lemon
Kelli Lemon is a social entrepreneur. She does it all: radio DJing, PR/hosting, throwing parties. You name it, she does it. Kelli shares the story of moving to Richmond, what she learned building student culture at VCU, and helping get Mama J's off the ground. She also reflects on the importance of building bridges, what it takes to be a neighbor and what you can expect from her new venture, the Urban Hang Suite. This episode is sponsored by Village Bank.
#36 Burt Pinnock
Burt Pinnock is an architect at Baskervill. He’s worked on designing some of Richmond's most unique community landmarks, including the Black History Museum, the Richmond Slave Trail and the new design for the 17th St. Farmer’s Market. He reflects on his upbringing in Tuskegee, Alabama and shares his perspective on what design can do for the life of a community.
#35 Courtney Lynch
Courtney Lynch serves on the Henrico County Board of Supervisors. She shares about how her experience in the Marines shaped her view of leadership, what caused her to run for public office and the importance of authenticity.
#34 Murphy’s Kids – The Show
A special episode taking you inside the experience of a live Murphy's Kids show. Featuring interviews and music--you get a snapshot of the friendship that started the punk/ska band, the antics of a frontman onstage and a sense that maybe things will be okay if we stand for tomorrow.
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Awesome storytelling about Richmond
These guys do a great job putting together a podcast that values people and the Richmond community. Keep up the great work!
One of my favorite podcasts!! 👍👍😍😁
The first episode I listened to was Dodson's interview about the Cycling Corp. I subscribed immediately and am always waiting for the next episode. This podcast gives me reasons to be proud of Richmond, new perspectives to view the city from, and introduces interesting, awesome insightful community members.
For people outside of Richmond, each episode has discussions that apply to everyone, with guests who are all just so so wonderful to listen to. Pick any episode! Definitely a must listen-to for all Richmonders and persons rightfully interested in Richmond, as it is a monumental place. 😁
If I do say so myself.
This podcast is simple, honest, and interesting. I recommend it to anyone living in Richmond VA or anywhere really. As a producer of the show, I know I'm supposed to say it's good, but I really like this podcast!