On this week’s podcast, Scott Lewis and Andy Keatts tackle the local ballot measures, and apologize for/celebrate the newfound fame of the word “convadium.”
Data journalist Joe Yerardi joined the podcast this week to talk about some of the things he’s learned by following the election money.
In this week’s podcast, hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts piece together some interesting moments from Politifest.
On this week’s podcast, we tried to get a sense of the little bit of information that’s come out about the shooting of an unarmed man in El Cajon that’s led to days of protests.
The author of an explosive Daily Beast story about a rape ring in the Gaslamp Quarter joins hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to discuss some of the issues the story unearthed.
In an unruly and bewildering presidential campaign, Reihan Salam sees some clear lessons and takeaways for the Republican Party. The conservative author and executive editor of National Review joins Scott Lewis this week to give a quick preview of the Politifest keynote talk he’s delivering at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24. Salam talks about the past and future […]
Jacob McKean, founder of San Diego craft brewery and coffee roaster Modern Times, joins co-hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to talk about what’s really going on when big corporations buy small craft breweries.
A better title for San Diego’s new program might be You Can Pay Us for Preschool.
Scott Lewis and Andy Keatts discuss the nuances behind what SANDAG actually means when it talks about traffic and congestion relief. Also on the show: problem principals, police discipline and how to fund journalism.
Lewis Keller, a Navy veteran who for a time lived in his van even when he was employed full-time, joined hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts on the podcast this week to offer his take on the city’s growing homeless problem.