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NACCED's Latest Podcast: Featuring Jon Coppage, R Street Institute

Tuesday, February 20, 2018   (0 Comments)
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NACCED's Latest Podcast: Featuring
Jon Coppage, R Street Institute
The latest episode of the NACCED Holistic Housing Podcast is now available! In this extra lively episode, called "Putting the 'Granny' back in 'Granny Flat,'" the NACCED team is joined by Jon Coppage, Senior Fellow at the R Street Institute in Washington, DC. Jon’s work as a researcher and speaker takes him across the country to study what makes for healthy communities, whether that’s in the availability of accessory dwelling units, a neighborhood’s walkability, or multi-generational living. Plus, learn why Jon’s hometown, Winston-Salem, really isn’t trying to kill you with its two main exports (donuts and tobacco), and how Jon may be a “Simple Man” (according to his theme song) but according to her Chinese zodiac, Laura is just “simple-minded.” The NACCED team also tries to stump Jon with a game of “Trump Quotes: Real or Fake?” Also discussed: why it’s generally good advice to avoid “ecstatic love traps,” no matter your Chinese zodiac sign. You can access the show now on iTunes and also at TuneIn and Stitcher!
 
The Holistic Housing Podcast is recorded monthly and brings together thought leaders, policy makers and program implementers across the affordable housing, community development and economic development field. Guests discuss their experiences and solutions on topics like gentrification, workforce development, homelessness, urban revitalization, sustainability, place-making, the American Dream and so much more.
 
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Please don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and rate it. You can also keep up with the show's guests and commentary by following us on Twitter, @Housing Podcast!
 
And listen at TuneIn and Stitcher!
 
The show is recorded at Chatter restaurant, located in the Friendship Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC. Chatter is owned by sportswriter and radio/TV host Tony Kornheiser in partnership with former University of Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams, talk show host Maury Povich, and businessman Alan Bubes. The restaurant features a podcast studio where Kornheiser records his show and restaurant patrons can watch and listen as the podcasts are recorded. Want to watch an episode of the Holistic Housing show be recorded? Let us know!
 
Interested in sponsoring an episode of the show or have a suggestion for a guest? Contact Laura DeMaria at ldemaria@nacced.org.