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Spartanburg City Podcast

By City of Spartanburg

The official podcast of the City of Spartanburg. We cover local government, development, arts & culture, and bring you interviews with influential and interesting people throughout our city.

  1. 1.
    Spartanburg Municipal Judge seeks to establish Homeless Court08/28/2019
    20:04
  2. 2.
    What is a comprehensive plan?08/21/2019
    38:24
  3. 3.
    First Highland Neighborhood Transformation Plan public meeting, August 13, 6 p.m.08/07/2019
    19:39
  4. 4.
    Using data to understand, shape Downtown Spartanburg growth07/31/2019
    38:54
  5. 5.
    Explaining the plan for a new Spartanburg Fire Department central station07/24/2019
    29:42
  6. 6.
    New colorful crosswalk murals to brighten Downtown Spartanburg, raise pedestrian visibility07/17/2019
    34:47
  7. 7.
    An overview of the next fiscal year budget with City Manager Chris Story06/26/2019
    39:56
  8. 8.
    The hottest Spartanburg summertime tips of 201906/19/2019
    40:07
  1. 9.
    Taking a look at the Spartanburg of 191906/06/2019
    1:04:34
  2. 10.
    Day center pilot program to provide new tool in addressing homelessness05/15/2019
    19:30
  3. 11.
    Barter Boat docked at Fr8yard in Downtown Spartanburg04/24/2019
    46:22
  4. 12.
    Hello Family initiative seeks to improve outcomes for Spartanburg's most vulnerable04/17/2019
    43:57
  5. 13.
    Seay House sheds light on lives of 19th century women in Spartanburg04/10/2019
    28:54
  6. 14.
    Spartanburg Soaring returns to Barnet Park, April 1304/03/2019
    20:33
  7. 15.
    Discussing 142 Social and the downtown development landscape with Andrew Babb03/27/2019
    14:03
  8. 16.
    FoodShare Spartanburg providing new affordable produce option on Spartanburg's Northside03/13/2019
    21:57
  9. 17.
    CycleBar set to open Downtown Spartanburg location this spring03/07/2019
    15:51
  10. 18.
    Highland community leaders share hopes for neighborhood's future02/27/2019
    36:00
  11. 19.
    Highland leaders reflect on neighborhood history, community resiliency02/22/2019
    19:52
  12. 20.
    City streetscaping projects fuel Downtown Spartanburg growth01/30/2019
    32:48
  13. 21.
    Silver Hill neighborhood to bring new townhome, single-family construction to Downtown Spartanburg01/23/2019
    33:10
  14. 22.
    HUB-BUB launches project to see 'home' through Spartanburg residents' eyes01/09/2019
    27:36
  15. 23.
    City Social Media contests to spotlight Downtown Spartanburg businesses in January & February12/21/2018
    27:50
  16. 24.
    Taking a look back at 2018 in Spartanburg12/19/2018
    43:46
  17. 25.
    An overview of the Highland master planning process12/13/2018
    33:19
  18. 26.
    'Underground Guide to Spartanburg' solves all your holiday weekend planning woes11/21/2018
    29:41
  19. 27.
    Montgomery Bulding to host public tours during grand opening weekend, Dec. 7-811/14/2018
    43:08
  20. 28.
    Downtown Spartanburg's planned six-story Cambria Hotel examined by City Design Review Board11/08/2018
    38:52
  21. 29.
    Spooky Spartanburg Halloween stories10/31/2018
    38:31
  22. 30.
    City Manager Chris Story discusses his new role, aspirations for Spartanburg's future10/25/2018
    38:30
  23. 31.
    Up close and personal with new Spartanburg City Manager Chris Story10/17/2018
    23:51
  24. 32.
    Proud Mary Theatre Company kicking off second season at West Main Artists Co-op, Oct. 2610/11/2018
    15:34
  25. 33.
    New Downtown Business Council set to hold first meeting, Oct. 1510/03/2018
    22:56
  26. 34.
    Outgoing City Manager, Ed Memmott reflects on 21 years in Spartanburg (part two)09/26/2018
    41:13
  27. 35.
    Outgoing Outgoing City Manager, Ed Memmott reflects on 21 years in Spartanburg (part one)09/20/2018
    47:06
  28. 36.
    Getting to know the new HUB-BUB Artists-in-Residence09/12/2018
    26:15
  29. 37.
    Discussing the future T.K. Gregg Community Center09/06/2018
    43:42
  30. 38.
    Getting to know new Spartanburg Philharmonic Music Director, Stefan Sanders08/29/2018
    41:01
  31. 39.
    A City Podcast back-to-school special08/16/2018
    23:13
  32. 40.
    Spartanburg Little Theatre season to kickoff with 'The Little Mermaid,' September 7-2308/09/2018
    31:56
  33. 41.
    City launches EMERGE business accelerator for African Americans07/31/2018
    29:02
  34. 42.
    A Spartanburg County Courthouse history tour07/26/2018
    44:19
  35. 43.
    A deep, nerdy dive into the City's Hospitality Tax07/18/2018
    38:29
  36. 44.
    Panthers Play 60 course to open along Rail Trail, July 2507/12/2018
    25:14
  37. 45.
    HUB-BUB Artists-in-Residence program relaunching through Chapman Cultural Center06/27/2018
    42:30
  38. 46.
    Tessa Fontaine talks 'The Electric Woman' and living in Spartanburg06/20/2018
    32:41
  39. 47.
    An overview of the upcoming City budget06/13/2018
    34:46
  40. 48.
    Spartanburg Chamber's Terrance Hawes on equity, inclusiveness, and growing up on the Northside06/06/2018
    30:28
  41. 49.
    Scrappy Shakespeare returns this summer to Downtown Spartanburg05/30/2018
    36:35
  42. 50.
    Spartanburg Methodist College opens downtown event space05/23/2018
    36:40
  43. 51.
    Children's Museum of the Upstate opening its doors in Downtown Spartanburg05/16/2018
    25:20
  44. 52.
    Smith's Drugs to build new multi-story mixed-use building on E Main05/09/2018
    21:42
  45. 53.
    Butterfly Creek Park Grand Opening to be held Saturday, May 505/02/2018
    42:39
  46. 54.
    Spartanburg's biggest challenge and the principles guiding City Staff's response04/26/2018
    42:35
  47. 55.
    Introducing City Podcast Cohost, Meghan Smith04/18/2018
    37:46
  48. 56.
    Airport Park grand opening to be held April 14, 10 a.m.04/11/2018
    14:14
  49. 57.
    Hub City Hog Fest returns to Downtown Spartanburg, April 6–704/04/2018
    14:21
  50. 58.
    A Spring 2018 #SeeSpartanburgRise look at Downtown03/29/2018
    31:38
  51. 59.
    Central United Methodist Church to open new downtown park02/28/2018
    32:35
  52. 60.
    New restaurant concept, The Silo opens at RJ Rockers02/07/2018
    41:47
  53. 61.
    Chapman Cultural Center to host regional Culture Counts Forum, January 2401/18/2018
    25:30
  54. 62.
    Details on new the Spartanburg's new digital signage rules01/11/2018
    24:00
  55. 63.
    A history of Downtown Spartanburg, part 212/28/2017
    54:49
  56. 64.
    A history of Downtown Spartanburg, part 112/21/2017
    48:46
  57. 65.
    Little River Roasting to open second downtown location in Montgomery Building12/14/2017
    31:39
  58. 66.
    What can we learn from examining Reconstruction-era violence in Spartanburg County?11/30/2017
    49:05
  59. 67.
    How potential federal tax changes could stifle Spartanburg development11/22/2017
    27:08
  60. 68.
    'A Taste of Spartanburg' showcases local chefs and farmers11/16/2017
    15:21
  61. 69.
    Hub-Bub, College Town partner on downtown utility box public art project11/09/2017
    29:31
  62. 70.
    STEAM Garden planned for Spartanburg's Southside11/01/2017
    16:33
  63. 71.
    Details on the planned 200-unit apartment development coming to downtown Spartanburg10/25/2017
    25:46
  64. 72.
    Untitled Reconstruction Project coming to Spartanburg Downtown Library, Oct 20–2210/05/2017
    34:18
  65. 73.
    Chapman Cultural Center to hold 10th anniversary celebration, Oct. 109/27/2017
    31:35
  66. 74.
    Melting Pot Music Festival coming to downtown Spartanburg, Sept 3009/20/2017
    12:49
  67. 75.
    City's Design Review Board approves plans for Main and Pine development09/06/2017
    29:21
  68. 76.
    Discussing next downtown steps with Spartanburg Chamber's Jansen Tidmore08/23/2017
    24:33
  69. 77.
    New development projects, residential rental property registry highlight busy Council meeting08/17/2017
    34:43
  70. 78.
    Spartanburg residents taking food waste out of the garbage can with Compost House08/09/2017
    33:17
  71. 79.
    Affordable housing, inclusionary zoning, and a look at Spartanburg's downtown housing landscape08/03/2017
    33:34
  72. 80.
    Discussing the 'Spartanburg movement' with Betsy Neely Sikma07/27/2017
    35:41
  73. 81.
    A year in Spartanburg with Hub-Bub Artist-in-Residence, Lydia See07/19/2017
    34:42
  74. 82.
    'Ban the box' passage shows importance of citizen engagement07/12/2017
    23:58
  75. 83.
    Carolina Panthers Training Camp returns to Spartanburg, July 2607/06/2017
    18:11
  76. 84.
    New restaurants adding to Spartanburg's growing 'foodie' scene06/29/2017
    23:08
  77. 85.
    First new amenities for rail trail park ready for debut06/14/2017
    21:49
  78. 86.
    Light bulb sculptures raise bar for public art in downtown Spartanburg05/31/2017
    19:20
  79. 87.
    Hub-Bub to become part of Chapman Cultural Center05/25/2017
    34:39
  80. 88.
    A local government nerd's guide to the Spartanburg City budget05/18/2017
    25:40
  81. 89.
    Podcast: One last time on the mic with Will Rothschild05/15/2017
    40:20
  82. 90.
    Children's Museum of the Upstate to open satellite facility on Magnolia Street04/27/2017
    21:07
  83. 91.
    Update on street closures in downtown Spartanburg04/12/2017
    22:00
  84. 92.
    Hub City Hog Fest returns to Morgan Square, April 7–803/29/2017
    11:07
  85. 93.
    Developer James Bakker discusses plans for Montgomery Building03/22/2017
    48:57
  86. 94.
    Songwriter Showcase coming to Morgan Square, Saturday, March 1803/15/2017
    19:48
  87. 95.
    Discussing Montgomery Building fire with Chief Marion Blackwell03/13/2017
    19:25
  88. 96.
    Hub City Writers Project's Betsy Teter awarded state's highest arts honor03/08/2017
    23:15
  89. 97.
    Montgomery Building renovation set to get underway as developer closes on building03/01/2017
    30:20
  90. 98.
    The City Podcast needs theme music and you should create it02/23/2017
    16:28
  91. 99.
    Hub-Bub brings Drive-By Shakespeare to Growler Haus, Feb. 2002/15/2017
    28:42
  92. 100.
    Startup Weekend Spartanburg coming to Johnson School of Business and Economics, Feb. 24–2602/09/2017
    32:41
  93. 101.
    One Spartanburg launches five-year action plan to boost economic, cultural prosperity01/31/2017
    30:13
  94. 102.
    FR8 Yard set to bring new biergarten concept to downtown Spartanburg01/19/2017
    34:12
  95. 103.
    Pedestrian improvements, new street parking coming to Daniel Morgan Avenue01/11/2017
    31:01
  96. 104.
    Looking ahead to 2017 in Spartanburg12/28/2016
    42:30
  97. 105.
    2016 a big year for Downtown Spartanburg redevelopment12/21/2016
    43:41
  98. 106.
    What does the City Fire Department's top protection ranking mean for you?12/13/2016
    15:56
  99. 107.
    Historic E Main redevelopment to add 46 downtown apartment units, ground floor retail space11/30/2016
    37:37
  100. 108.
    Why your voice matters in local government11/23/2016
    37:15
  101. 109.
    Hub-Bub hosting 'The Community Table,' Saturday, Nov. 1911/16/2016
    23:14
  102. 110.
    'Yarn bombing' public art installations planned to kick-off Downtown Cultural District grand opening11/09/2016
    14:54
  103. 111.
    Connecting the dots between downtown and neighborhood revitalization in Spartanburg10/26/2016
    31:07
  104. 112.
    Dr. Ann to present 'The Happiness Diet' on National Food Day, Oct 2410/21/2016
    16:59
  105. 113.
    Pokérrito bringing new sushi concept to downtown Spartanburg10/13/2016
    35:10
  106. 114.
    City residents wowed by light installations during National Night Out10/05/2016
    18:46
  107. 115.
    Seeing Spartanburg in a New Light art installations to be unveiled during National Night Out, October 409/28/2016
    23:34
  108. 116.
    'Hub Crawl' mini art fair coming to downtown Spartanburg, Sept. 2809/21/2016
    27:51
  109. 117.
    Hub City Brew Fest returns to downtown Spartanburg, October 1509/15/2016
    9:47
  110. 118.
    Lydia See to focus on art accessiblity during Hub-Bub residency09/08/2016
    23:11
  111. 119.
    Hub City Bites explores Spartanburg's growing restaurant scene08/31/2016
    14:56
  112. 120.
    Looking at the Montgomery Building's place in downtown Spartanburg's history08/26/2016
    29:49
  113. 121.
    What does the Montgomery Building's redevelopment mean for downtown Spartanburg?08/23/2016
    16:39
  114. 122.
    Taking a look at Spartanburg's growing restaurant scene08/10/2016
    23:35
  115. 123.
    Spring Fling evaluation committee seeks input from downtown merchants08/04/2016
    20:39
  116. 124.
    What should Spartanburg learn from Chattanooga?07/27/2016
    24:38
  117. 125.
    Carolina Panthers return to Spartanburg for training camp07/22/2016
    19:57
  118. 126.
    Oakview Apartments purchase marks major milestone for Northside Initiative07/13/2016
    27:21
  119. 127.
    Plans for five-story mixed-use downtown development move forward07/08/2016
    20:48
  120. 128.
    Magnolia Street improvements to support accelerating growth in downtown Spartanburg06/29/2016
    30:11
  121. 129.
    Slide the City returns to downtown Spartanburg, Saturday, June 1806/15/2016
    15:44
  122. 130.
    An overview of the fiscal year 2017 city budget06/08/2016
    22:11
  123. 131.
    Get a bird's eye view of Spartanburg this Saturday at the Downtown Memorial Airport06/01/2016
    13:12
  124. 132.
    Hub City Scoops ice cream shop coming to downtown Spartanburg05/25/2016
    9:40
  125. 133.
    Opportunities to get outdoors and get active abound in our 'Playful City' this summer05/18/2016
    16:55
  126. 134.
    Hub City Hog Fest returns to Downtown Spartanburg, April 15–1604/11/2016
    9:58
  127. 135.
    Discussing Spartanburg community assessment report with Chamber President, Allen Smith04/04/2016
    18:34
  128. 136.
    A Conversation with Spartanburg Chamber President, Allen Smith03/31/2016
    19:58
  129. 137.
    Spartanburg momentum gets boost with District 7 building plan03/17/2016
    20:10
  130. 138.
    New office development promises at least 250 jobs for Downtown Spartanburg02/25/2016
    26:50
  131. 139.
    Mixed-use development to bring 30 apartments, new retail space to high-profile downtown corner02/23/2016
    33:46
  132. 140.
    Taking a deeper look at City and County recycling changes02/17/2016
    17:28
  133. 141.
    Your #SpartanSnaps photo could be our next Facebook cover02/11/2016
    23:32
  134. 142.
    Big local stories to look for in 201601/19/2016
    25:33
  135. 143.
    Taking a look back at 2015 in Spartanburg12/31/2015
    22:28
  136. 144.
    Skating on the Square, Dickens of a Christmas kick off holiday season in Downtown Spartanburg11/24/2015
    19:37
  137. 145.
    Spartanburg named winner of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize10/28/2015
    17:47
  138. 146.
    Hub City Brew Fest coming to Downtown Spartanburg, Saturday Oct. 2410/21/2015
    17:32
  139. 147.
    Papi's Tacos opens location inside Growler Haus in Downtown Spartanburg09/24/2015
    10:00
  140. 148.
    Volunteers needed for Cleveland Park playground build09/23/2015
    17:05
  141. 149.
    'Underground Guide to Spartanburg' highlights local hidden gems08/20/2015
    16:39
  142. 150.
    Habitat for Humanity building three homes in Northside08/13/2015
    19:29
  143. 151.
    Solarize Spartanburg aims to encourage local homeowners to go solar08/12/2015
    20:53
  144. 152.
    Hub City Tap House to open Downtown Spartanburg's second brewery08/04/2015
    15:28
  145. 153.
    Hub City Farmers' Market sees growth continue in first season at Harvest Park07/29/2015
    21:27
  146. 154.
    Carolina Panthers training camp returns to Spartanburg, July 3107/21/2015
    18:05
  147. 155.
    Mapping downtown progress with SeeSpartanburgRise.com06/29/2015
    13:01
  148. 156.
    Podcast: New hotel to change skyline in Downtown Spartanburg06/16/2015
    19:20
  149. 157.
    H & K Gallery set to open in Downtown Spartanburg05/18/2015
    15:42
  150. 158.
    Bike Month events and an update on trails with Ned Barrett of Partners for Active Living05/14/2015
    22:16
  151. 159.
    Taking a look at the East Main streetscaping project05/13/2015
    21:22
  152. 160.
    'The Latest Thing in Spartanburg' celebrates all things local05/08/2015
    19:19
  153. 161.
    Hub City Writers Project to hold 20th anniversary celebration, May 8–1004/29/2015
    22:50
  154. 162.
    Hub City Hog Fest returns to Downtown Spartanburg, April 17–1804/14/2015
    15:49
  155. 163.
    Hub City Farmers Market to kick off new season at Harvest Park, March 2803/19/2015
    17:22
  156. 164.
    What will a new hotel mean for Downtown Spartanburg?02/25/2015
    21:19
  157. 165.
    How is the rising tide of visitors impacting needs downtown?01/28/2015
    14:32
  158. 166.
    Getting to know Hub-Bub's 2015 Artists-in-Reasidence01/21/2015
    16:37
  159. 167.
    Hampton Heights home tour brings 'Spirit of Christmas Past' to Spartanburg12/03/2014
    15:30
  160. 168.
    City Manager Ed Memmott on the Downtown Airport runway extension and a new creek for the Northside11/19/2014
    35:49
  161. 169.
    Discussing streetscaping and parks improvements with City Manager Ed Memmott11/18/2014
    28:30
  162. 170.
    Wofford men's basketball team to host nationally televised game, November 1811/12/2014
    28:07
  163. 171.
    Harvest Park opening this week on the Northside11/05/2014
    15:12
  164. 172.
    Parkinson's Disease Symposium coming to Spartanburg Nov. 13–1610/29/2014
    15:31
  165. 173.
    Main Street Challenge winners to hold anniversary celebration, Oct. 2510/16/2014
    10:00
  166. 174.
    Food Day Celebration coming to Spartanburg, Oct. 2510/09/2014
    20:17
  167. 175.
    Join us for the 2014 International Festival, Oct. 4 at Barnet Park10/01/2014
    21:20
  168. 176.
    How seven 'Class A' office buildings changed the Downtown Spartanburg skyline09/24/2014
    20:30
  169. 177.
    Podcast: Spend your Saturday in Downtown Spartanburg with Live on the Green, Downtown Bites09/16/2014
    17:40
  170. 178.
    An in-depth conversation on Oakview Apartments and the Northside08/27/2014
    28:05
  171. 179.
    #1Spark! to bring together Spartanburg artists and entrepreneurs08/12/2014
    14:54
  172. 180.
    Hundreds of new and renovated residential units add to economic power of Downtown Spartanburg08/07/2014
    18:03
  173. 181.
    Spartanburg Medical Center President Phil Feisal on the Northside Initiative08/04/2014
    12:02
  174. 182.
    Conversation with Spartanburg Medical Center President, Phil Feisal07/31/2014
    25:21
  175. 183.
    City introduces 'HeySpartanburg!' citizen request mobile app07/28/2014
    12:04
  176. 184.
    $2.3 Million in planned streetscaping to increase connectivity in Downtown Spartanburg07/23/2014
    24:15
  177. 185.
    Marriott, Chapman Center, The George represent $110 million investment in Downtown Spartanburg07/14/2014
    20:52
  178. 186.
    City News Podcast: How Downtown Spartanburg leads the way on jobs07/07/2014
    22:48
  179. 187.
    City News Podcast: Celebrate Independence Day at Barnet Park with Red, White & Boom!07/03/2014
    11:54
  180. 188.
    City News Podcast: City Manager Ed Memmott explains plan to daylight Northside creek06/12/2014
    28:05
  181. 189.
    City News Podcast: Spartanburg Philharmonic to play free concert at Barnet Park June 1406/10/2014
    11:19
  182. 190.
    City News Podcast: Craft Beer and Downtown Development with RJ Rockers' John Bauknight06/03/2014
    20:38
  183. 191.
    City News Podcast: Hub City Farmers' Market kicking off 2014 season, May 1705/13/2014
    12:35
  184. 192.
    City News Podcast: Deal paves way for $7M mixed-use development behind Marriott04/30/2014
    19:53
  185. 193.
    City News Podcast: Blighted motel to be demolished to provide gateway to Northside04/02/2014
    16:10
  186. 194.
    City News Podcast: Hub City Hog Fest coming to Downtown Spartanburg this weekend03/24/2014
    12:21
  187. 195.
    City News Podcast: 'Grain Ideas' brings craft beer and entreprenuership together at Growler Haus03/12/2014
    20:57
  188. 196.
    City News Podcast: Taking a look at the Main Street Challenge semifinalists02/27/2014
    22:52
  189. 197.
    Arts Roundup Podcast: Hub City Writers Project brings 'The Writing Show' to Spartanburg02/05/2014
    9:47
  190. 198.
    Arts Roundup Podcast: Go fly a kite with Spartanburg Soaring!02/04/2014
    15:08
  191. 199.
    City News Podcast: Startup Weekend coming to Spartanburg, Feb. 21–2301/30/2014
    15:55
  192. 200.
    City News Podcast: A Conversation with Council member Erica Brown01/28/2014
    13:11

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