Poodle Radio, May 11, 2010

On the homelessness beat, and others

This week on Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall first discusses the homeless situation in Santa Barbara County with Isabelle Walker, Indy contributor on health and homelessness issues and founder of the brand new blog, which features contributions from community members on homelessness-related topics as well as pieces from the homeless themselves.

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Poodle Radio #20

This week on Poodle Radio, Colin Marshall first discusses the homeless situation in Santa Barbara County with Isabelle Walker.

Next up is a visit from Barney Brantingham, author of the Indy‘s “On the Beat” column. Having had his curious eye on Santa Barbara for past 50 years, Brantingham has something to say about pretty much everything going on in town. On this week’s show, he coincidentally talks about another topic to do with homelessness that he’s written up in his latest column, but he also has plenty of observations about the race for District Attorney, the nature of Santa Barbara journalism and more.

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