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ARLnow.com presents interviews with local newsmakers in Arlington, Virginia.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 63 - ARLnow Commenter Dave Schutz

Anyone familiar with ARLnow and our corner of the digital media universe knows that we have a prolific comment section.Driving the comment section is a community of regular commenters that has developed over time, and one of the leading voices in that comment community is Dave Schutz.We talked with Dave about the comment community on ARLnow, about our comment moderation, and about his opinions on various topics.

55 MIN2019 MAY 25
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Ep. 63 - ARLnow Commenter Dave Schutz

Ep. 62 - Chris Slatt Talks Transportation

We talked to Arlington Transportation Commission Chair Chris Slatt about various transportation and bicycling-related topics, with a special focus on Columbia Pike.

51 MIN2019 MAY 13
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Ep. 62 - Chris Slatt Talks Transportation

Ep. 61 - Chef Mike Cordero

Mike Cordero is one of the most prolific restaurateurs in Arlington. He's the man behind local hotspots like Don Tito, The G.O.A.T., Barley Mac and soon -- The Bronson and Taco Rock. Also, you might have seen him cruising the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor in his Bentley. We talked with Cordero about his background, the success of his restaurants, the partnerships that helped build that success, and his new concepts.

40 MIN2019 APR 11
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Ep. 61 - Chef Mike Cordero

Ep. 60 - Departing ARLnow Editor Alex Koma

On his last day on the job, we sat down with outgoing ARLnow managing editor Alex Koma to talk about Arlington, Amazon, ARLnow, our new editor Airey and a bunch of other topics that don't start with "A."

35 MIN2019 MAR 21
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Ep. 60 - Departing ARLnow Editor Alex Koma

Ep. 59 - Washington Business Journal Editor-in-Chief Doug Fruehling

As editor-in-chief of the Washington Business Journal, Doug Fruehling has been overseeing coverage of Amazon's forthcoming HQ2 in Arlington. On the latest 26 Square Miles podcast, Fruehling discusses the ramifications of Amazon coming to "National Landing" and how the subscription-based Business Journal has managed to expand its coverage in the face of news industry struggles.

34 MIN2019 MAR 12
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Ep. 59 - Washington Business Journal Editor-in-Chief Doug Fruehling

Ep. 58 - Del. Patrick Hope

The state legislature is now in session and among those representing Arlington in Richmond is Del. Patrick Hope (D). In an interview over the phone from his office at the state capital, Hope discussed his decision to refuse donations from Dominion, the state incentives offered to Amazon, his bill to limit solitary confinement in state prisons, why the effort to rename Jefferson Davis Highway in Arlington is stalled, and more. And, at the end, Hope surprised us with a very candid answer to the question of whether he's running for reelection this year.

25 MIN2019 JAN 11
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Ep. 58 - Del. Patrick Hope

Ep. 57 - GMU Researcher Michael Farren on Amazon and Economic Incentives

Amazon's arrival in Arlington has been hailed as a massive boon for the county and the Commonwealth of Virginia. But are the incentives offered to the company worth the economic development benefits it promises to bring? We discussed Amazon and the HQ2 process with Michael Farren, a researcher at GMU's Mercatus Center who studies the effects of government favoritism toward particular businesses.

42 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Ep. 57 - GMU Researcher Michael Farren on Amazon and Economic Incentives

Ep. 56 - Justin Bensan of the Rosslyn BID

Facebook has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons, so we checked in with Justin Bensan,Social Communications Specialist at the Rosslyn Business Improvement District, to talk about what's going on in the world of social media. This episode was recorded prior to Amazon's HQ2 announcement, but we asked Justin about what it means for a place like Rosslyn nonetheless.

42 MIN2018 NOV 22
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Ep. 56 - Justin Bensan of the Rosslyn BID

Ep. 55 - Scott Parker and Alex Trakas of BASH Boxing

Local nightlife king Scott Parker is branching into fitness, launching BASH Boxing with fitness instructor and manager Alex Trakas. We asked Parker and Trakas about their new venture and also talked with Scott about the state of the local bar scene and about that time the Washington Capitals brought the Stanley Cup to Don Tito.

51 MIN2018 NOV 10
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Ep. 55 - Scott Parker and Alex Trakas of BASH Boxing

Ep. 54 - Committee of 100 County Board Debate

ARLnow's Scott Brodbeck moderated a Oct. 10 debate between the two contenders for County Board: independent incumbent John Vihstadt and Democratic challenger Matt de Ferranti. The event was hosted by Arlington's Committee of 100.

59 MIN2018 OCT 12
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Ep. 54 - Committee of 100 County Board Debate

Latest Episodes

Ep. 63 - ARLnow Commenter Dave Schutz

Anyone familiar with ARLnow and our corner of the digital media universe knows that we have a prolific comment section.Driving the comment section is a community of regular commenters that has developed over time, and one of the leading voices in that comment community is Dave Schutz.We talked with Dave about the comment community on ARLnow, about our comment moderation, and about his opinions on various topics.

55 MIN2019 MAY 25
Comments
Ep. 63 - ARLnow Commenter Dave Schutz

Ep. 62 - Chris Slatt Talks Transportation

We talked to Arlington Transportation Commission Chair Chris Slatt about various transportation and bicycling-related topics, with a special focus on Columbia Pike.

51 MIN2019 MAY 13
Comments
Ep. 62 - Chris Slatt Talks Transportation

Ep. 61 - Chef Mike Cordero

Mike Cordero is one of the most prolific restaurateurs in Arlington. He's the man behind local hotspots like Don Tito, The G.O.A.T., Barley Mac and soon -- The Bronson and Taco Rock. Also, you might have seen him cruising the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor in his Bentley. We talked with Cordero about his background, the success of his restaurants, the partnerships that helped build that success, and his new concepts.

40 MIN2019 APR 11
Comments
Ep. 61 - Chef Mike Cordero

Ep. 60 - Departing ARLnow Editor Alex Koma

On his last day on the job, we sat down with outgoing ARLnow managing editor Alex Koma to talk about Arlington, Amazon, ARLnow, our new editor Airey and a bunch of other topics that don't start with "A."

35 MIN2019 MAR 21
Comments
Ep. 60 - Departing ARLnow Editor Alex Koma

Ep. 59 - Washington Business Journal Editor-in-Chief Doug Fruehling

As editor-in-chief of the Washington Business Journal, Doug Fruehling has been overseeing coverage of Amazon's forthcoming HQ2 in Arlington. On the latest 26 Square Miles podcast, Fruehling discusses the ramifications of Amazon coming to "National Landing" and how the subscription-based Business Journal has managed to expand its coverage in the face of news industry struggles.

34 MIN2019 MAR 12
Comments
Ep. 59 - Washington Business Journal Editor-in-Chief Doug Fruehling

Ep. 58 - Del. Patrick Hope

The state legislature is now in session and among those representing Arlington in Richmond is Del. Patrick Hope (D). In an interview over the phone from his office at the state capital, Hope discussed his decision to refuse donations from Dominion, the state incentives offered to Amazon, his bill to limit solitary confinement in state prisons, why the effort to rename Jefferson Davis Highway in Arlington is stalled, and more. And, at the end, Hope surprised us with a very candid answer to the question of whether he's running for reelection this year.

25 MIN2019 JAN 11
Comments
Ep. 58 - Del. Patrick Hope

Ep. 57 - GMU Researcher Michael Farren on Amazon and Economic Incentives

Amazon's arrival in Arlington has been hailed as a massive boon for the county and the Commonwealth of Virginia. But are the incentives offered to the company worth the economic development benefits it promises to bring? We discussed Amazon and the HQ2 process with Michael Farren, a researcher at GMU's Mercatus Center who studies the effects of government favoritism toward particular businesses.

42 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
Ep. 57 - GMU Researcher Michael Farren on Amazon and Economic Incentives

Ep. 56 - Justin Bensan of the Rosslyn BID

Facebook has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons, so we checked in with Justin Bensan,Social Communications Specialist at the Rosslyn Business Improvement District, to talk about what's going on in the world of social media. This episode was recorded prior to Amazon's HQ2 announcement, but we asked Justin about what it means for a place like Rosslyn nonetheless.

42 MIN2018 NOV 22
Comments
Ep. 56 - Justin Bensan of the Rosslyn BID

Ep. 55 - Scott Parker and Alex Trakas of BASH Boxing

Local nightlife king Scott Parker is branching into fitness, launching BASH Boxing with fitness instructor and manager Alex Trakas. We asked Parker and Trakas about their new venture and also talked with Scott about the state of the local bar scene and about that time the Washington Capitals brought the Stanley Cup to Don Tito.

51 MIN2018 NOV 10
Comments
Ep. 55 - Scott Parker and Alex Trakas of BASH Boxing

Ep. 54 - Committee of 100 County Board Debate

ARLnow's Scott Brodbeck moderated a Oct. 10 debate between the two contenders for County Board: independent incumbent John Vihstadt and Democratic challenger Matt de Ferranti. The event was hosted by Arlington's Committee of 100.

59 MIN2018 OCT 12
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Ep. 54 - Committee of 100 County Board Debate
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