Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Open Source RVA: Dec. 21 and Jan. 4 Podcasts

We're catching up on the Open Source RVA podcasts. Whew! Exhausting.

Our "Looking Back and Forward" episode features three River City wise men -- political gadfly Paul Goldman, perpetual candidate Charlie Diradour and University of Richmond professor Thad Williamson -- as they take a look back on the past year in Richmond politics. It's a wide-ranging discussion that features everything from the city's high water rates to the meaning of the local Nov. 2012 election to the Redskins deal to the Art180 controversy and so much more...

Click here to listen to the wise and sage Jan. 4 edition of Open Source RVA.

And our holiday broadcast can also be heard. We interview local filmmaker Rick Alverson about his new film, The Comedy, and talk with Beth Monroe of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden about Ginter's annual "Gardenfest of Lights." We also speak to members of Richmond's Teachers Association and Virginia Police Chiefs Association about Gov. McDonnell's recent proposal to arm teachers in the wake of the recent Connecticut school shootings.

Click here to listen to the action packed Dec. 21 edition of Open Source RVA.

Open Source RVA is Richmond's audio news digest, broadcast Fridays at 4PM on http://wrir.org and 97.3 FM. And check out our spiffy new website at http://rvaopensource.com.

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