A BHM Report: Housing Crisis from Massachusetts 

plus Bertha Hope in The Jazz Room

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 Courtesy of Breaking Housing Matters
The housing crisis gripping the United States is gaining a disconcerting momentum in the Northeast, as it is in many regions of the United States. 

In this episode we’re speaking with Worcester, MA developer Jackson Restrepo regarding the challenges to the housing market in this, the second largest city in New England and one of the fastest growing cities there, as the Biotech sector continues to grow in Massachusetts. 

This is the second in our ongoing series of episodes focused on the housing crisis in the US for Breaking Housing Matters.

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…And in the Jazz Room 


Meet pianist, Bertha Hope. She talks about her husband Elmo Hope and her CD “Nothing But Love” featuring drummer Jimmy Cobb as part of her ensemble.

For more information Bertha Hope’s Biography click here.

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