Archive for March, 2013

On today’s Building a Greener Idaho, we’ll be talking with two University of Idaho graduate architecture students about their upcoming thesis projects.

Jake Salinas and Andrew Lauda are both in their 6th year of architecture school and are finishing their degree in Boise at the Idaho Urban Research and Design Center. Jake is designing a recycling center for Boise, while Andrew is envisioning what it takes for the US Bank building in downtown to achieve net zero energy consumption.

Tune in to 91.5, 93.5, or live stream at http://mainsite.radioboise.org/ today at NOON! (look for the “listen now” in the right hand sidebar)


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Troy Passey- left unsaid

Splash ImageToday’s show is a bit of a departure from our normal themes but nonetheless still related. I’m talking with local artist Troy Passey who is exhibiting at the Modern Art event in May at the Modern Hotel in Boise’s Linen District. Troy has some of his work at the Boise Art Museum currently in an exhibit called “left unsaid” and I won’t say any more about that but encourage you to go check it out. You can also get a glimpse of Troy’s work on his Tumblr Page or by visiting www.troypassey.com.bed photog2

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Discussing Strongtowns

Strong Towns

Join us for a conversation with Charles Marohn and Andrew Burleson of Strong Towns, a Minnesota non-profit dedicated to advocating an alternative planning paradigm for achieving smarter municipal growth through strategic financial planning.

Click here to download the podcast.

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