Mr. Marohn has developed a national following for his work on neighborhood sustainability. We’ll ask him if we’ll still need freeways once we have flying cars.
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The Theater of Public Policy hosts the candidates for Minneapolis School Board's two at-large seats. Democracy! Education! Improv!
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The honarable Paul Anderson served as Associate Justice on the Minnesota Supreme Court from 1994 to 2013. During that time he heard seminal cases on everything from the independence of medical examiners, to bail laws, to a much-discussed recount in Minnesota’s 2008 U.S. senate race.
We’ll talk about being at the helm of one of the region’s largest foundations, and if it gets annoying to receive President Bush’s fan mail.
We will ask Commissioner Cassellius, “Is our children learning?” and what happened to all those microfilm readers.
Elected in 2013, Jacob Frey is part of a new class of Minneapolis City Council members swept in last fall. In just the past year, Frey has championed allowing ride-sharing services in the city, rule changes around restaurant alcohol restrictions, and stronger city investment in affordable housing.
In his new book, Unretirement, Chris Farrell documents the trend of baby boomers to stay in the work force. More than a necessity caused by the Great Recession, Mr. Farrell argues it signals a new paradigm about work, community, and finding happiness. We promise you will leave this show with lots to talk about with your parents at Thanksgiving dinner.