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First Aired - 06/13/2011 04:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Cutting the Curd Ann and Sophie take us to Rhode Island, the Ocean State, and the cheeses and dairies that they have to offer. They are first joined by James Hines of Rhody Fresh who discusses Rhode Island's place in the Northeast Dairy Compact. Later on Louella Hill of Narragansett Creamery to talk about the start of their small creamery, its flourishing, and the importance of freshness. This episode is sponsored by The Barterhouse.


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First Aired - 01/29/2012 04:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Burning Down the House host Curtis B. Wayne is joined by returning guest and author Duo Dickinson and Jacob Alspector of Alspector Architecture. The trio carry on a lively conversation on the state of architecture education today from the prospects of current graduates to the necessity of licensure. Learn what lies in store in the real world practice of architecture and how trends in the the current academic environs have resulted in only about 1 in 3 architecture school graduates deciding to pursue getting their license. Is it worth it? Is getting a PhD enough to call yourself an architect? Tune in to find out from this group of widely experienced and opinionated architects. This episode is sponsored by Fairway Market.

"Abstraction in school is the only way to learn."

--Duo Dickinson on Burning Down the House

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First Aired - 10/01/2009 08:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Greed for LEED. October 1, 2009. Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne discusses "Green Building" with Henry Gifford, Gennaro Brooks-Church, and guest interlocutor Nicole Slaven. http://burningdownthehouse-radioarchitecture.blogspot.com
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Curtis B. Wayne, energy freak, Nicole Slaven, sustainability, United States Green Building Council, USBGC, the LEED's system, self-electing council, the construction industry conducting the construction industry, construction never had to be energy efficient, we who build building don't pay the energy bill, first cost, leaders in energy and environmental design, LEED rated buildings not efficient, scandal, US Green Building Council, LEED building's statistics a fraud, CBECS, Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Peter Cooper, self-taught mechanic, USGBC, the power of the pen, the power of the web, built on lies, New York Times, New York Post, Henry Gifford, Gennaro Brooks-Church,
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energy freak, Nicole Slaven, LEED process, Passive House, www.energysavingscience.com, LEED discourages integrity, substantiate the performance, bogus certification, implement an appropriate methodology, education with construction, the reality of the community, Wolfgang Feist, money versus energy saved is not steady, save energy, Con Ed bill, impossible inefficiencies, occupant behavior is an excuse, the Hearst Building, turn lights off, rewarded for reading instructions, buildings need manuals, building's operations are a group effort, RISD, pull chain lights are more likely to be turned out, inconvenience promotes the effort, the lack of future-proofing, buildings should feel like home, simple mechanisms, old school is in the details, showing complex mechanical systems in not the norm, Henry Gifford, Gennaro Brooks-Church,

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