Friday, Dec. 13, 12 - 2 p.m.: The Record broadcasts live from Button Makers shop in Georgetown.
Everyone loves to visit Georgetown: A lively arts scene, homegrown restaurants and historic architecture keep this gritty Seattle borough unique. But what’s it like to actually live there amid the planes, trains and automobiles?
The Record heads down to Georgetown on Friday to talk with residents about the present joys and future challenges facing their community.
Stop by to say hello, or if you can’t make it, connect with us via social media. Tell/show us your favorite thing about Georgetown. Post it to Twitter or snap a pic on Instagram and tag it with #georgetownlive.
Phone: (850) 487-3086 x364
Jessica Palombo got her master’s degree in broadcast and digital journalism from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. While interning at WAER News in Syracuse, she was awarded the Syracuse Press Club’s top prize for a radio feature story produced by a student. She interned at WAMU News and NPR's "Weekends at All Things Considered," both in Washington, D.C., before moving back to her home state of Florida. She then freelanced at WJCT News in Jacksonville before joining the staff of WFSU News full time. Before getting into radio, she was an editor, reporter, and essayist for The Gainesville Sun, Skirt! Magazine and Jacksonville Magazine. When she's not reporting, Jessica enjoys acting in plays and films, cooking vegan food and discovering new music. Follow Jessica Palombo on Twitter @JessicaPubRadio.