https://soundcloud.com/kristen-jeffers/01-the-black-urbanist-radio-show-episode-1-on-retail Welcome again to another podcast episode! This week focuses on the changing nature of retail. If you are just joining us on the podcast and haven't been able to read all the posts I reference here they are below: The Walkability Paradox (the post about North Hills). Smaller Retail for a Smaller Buying and Consuming Era. Does it Matter Who Owns the Corner Store? Mails and Main Streets--Two Sides of the Same Coin The Department Store of the Amazon and New Urbanist Era Putting Place and Experience Back Into Retail I also mentioned Groceteria- http://www.groceteria.com for context on retail history in Greensboro and across the Southeast. The History of Belk book, which is older, but also helpful as a reference for those companies. I also mentioned the Target wiki page. We are working to get on iTunes and Stitcher, but for now, enjoy us on SoundCloud by hitting the play button above. If you want to be on the podcast, let me know via Twitter. I'm there @blackurbanist.
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