This has been available on OhioChannel.org for quite awhile now, but I forgot to post up a video link to it. So here it is. If you’d like to reminisce about the state of Downtown Housing back in June 2009, then click on the image below to watch.
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(I’m trying to make a reference to the “Year 2000″ Conan sketches, but it’s hard to convey that you’re supposed to read my blog post title as if you were singing like La Bamba.) Anyway, this evening I’m taking part in a CMCpm Panel Discussion on the Future of Urban Columbus, and we’re looking ahead to [...]
More here: LINK “Urban Columbus 2012″ What does Urban Columbus look like in 2012? Will we enjoy a thriving cosmopolitan feel and where might it come from? A rich look at some of C-bus’s finest moments of the past and present with some inspired visions of the future! Panelists will include Mark Fienknopf, Walker Evans [...]
This video is the Columbus Metropolitan Club forum that I spoke at recently along with Tim Eby and Helen Blowers. Was a lot of fun and I’m looking forward to some of the other upcoming programming at the CMC that touches upon more “youthful” topics such as this.
About a month ago, I posted some thoughts about downtown development following a Dispatch article where some local developers hated on downtown development at a public meeting. While I wasn’t at the meeting, and I’ve only got the quotes from the Dispatch to go by, it sounds like the Streetcar project was only briefly mentioned, [...]
From today’s Dispatch: Metropolitan Club rolls out forum for younger folks Monday, February 18, 2008 BY ANN FISHER Two terms irritate me: young professionals and aging. One sounds exclusive, the other doddering. But Greg Schultz and his Columbus Metropolitan Club colleagues don’t mean to imply either as they plan the topics for CMCpm — the [...]