Feb 13, 2019
Following up on last week's podcast with retired city planner Clarke Kahlo we talk about specific projects: trees on Crown Hill Cemetery, public art on the scenic canal walk, park space on the canal, trees on streets, and the new White River visioning project proposed by developers and tourism advocates.
Feb 7, 2019
Retired city planner Clarke Kahlo describes his volunteer activity intervening in the city planning process. He identifies development proposals that are not appropriate, gathers information, organizes opposition, and appeals to decision-making government bodies.
Morton argues that all proposed developments should be...
Jan 31, 2019
Tom Battista has led an eclectic life. Starting with development of bakeries, restaurants, and even a viewing area called Idle, Tom found time to stage manage for Maria Carey, David Bowie, and Jimmy Buffett.
People management is his expertise, his way of being. Sweeping up at the restaurant, finding homes for...
Jan 24, 2019
Howard Kellman, "The Voice of the Indianapolis Indians," talks about broadcasting and exchanges memories with fellow Brooklyn-ite Morton Marcus.
Jan 17, 2019
Individuals with intellectual disabilities are discussed with The President and CEO of Special Olympics Indiana, Jeff Mohler.
A highlight is a conversation about whether persons with intellectual disabilities may be "cured," concluding with the answer,"maybe not." However, with sensitivity and care, with...