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This is Richardson will seek to discover what makes this such a unique part of the world as we tell the stories of the people and places in Richardson—both past and present. This is a local podcast for the city of Richardson, Texas in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.

This is Richardson will seek to discover what makes this such a unique part of the world as we tell the stories of the people and places in Richardson—both past and present. This is a local podcast for the city of Richardson, Texas in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.
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This is Richardson will seek to discover what makes this such a unique part of the world as we tell the stories of the people and places in Richardson—both past and present. This is a local podcast for the city of Richardson, Texas in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.

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English


Episodes

Woody B's BBQ

11/7/2019
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On this episode of This is Richardson, we're telling the story of Woody B's Barbecue. (And the story of how my family encountered the place!) Links Check out the full menu at WoodyBsBBQ.com. Woody B's on Facebook. Woody B's on Instagram. Question for you What are your favorites from Woody B's BBQ? Leave a comment or connect with us on Facebook or Instagram to share your Woody B's stories.

Duration:00:43:25

Richardson Public Library Historical Resources

10/24/2019
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This Is Richardson is a local podcast telling you the stories of Richardson, Texas. And one of the best places you can go to learn those stories is the local public library. Tiffany Norris talked with Stacey Davis, the history librarian for Richardson Public Library. She has been in charge of the local collection at the public library for more than 20 years, so she's an expert on the history of Richardson. The library has a fantastic collection of newspapers, photographs, and documents,...

Duration:00:14:08

Toby's School of Dance

10/10/2019
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Toby’s School of Dance is one of the longest operating businesses in the city of Richardson, and the studio has a history and reputation as interesting as the city itself. It was started by Toby 60 years ago, and the current owners are Sally and Don Andriot. I loved sitting down with this incredible couple to hear more of their story. If you or your child is looking for a place to take dance, we cannot recommend Toby’s enough. It is such a fun, supportive environment, and its long history...

Duration:00:51:09

Parks and Recreation

9/26/2019
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Tiffany Norris talks with Lori Smeby, the director of the Richardson Parks and Recreation department. With nearly 40 parks in the city of Richardson, you're just a short walk away. Lori has a lot to say about city parks, events, and the department's 60-year history. Listen to hear stories about Santa's Village, the Cottonwood and Wildflower Festivals, and the city's first inclusive playground at Cottonwood Park. Link Richardson, Texas Parks and Recreation Department The Parks and...

Duration:00:40:44

Eisemann Center

9/10/2019
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Have you ever been to the Eisemann Center? When you walk in there, you walk into a whole different world. On this episode, Tiffany talks with Roni Carassco, Assistant Marketing & Development Manager at the Eisemann Center. The Eisemann has something that meets every budget. You can go to see the completely free art gallery. There are, of course, amazing shows with a variety of seating prices. They have performers who have been on Broadway as well as Texas mainstays like Asleep at the...

Duration:00:29:38