Todd Gloria joins hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to talk about his time with the city. Also: It’s becoming impossible to avoid or ignore San Diego’s exploding homeless population.
VOSD education reporter Mario Koran joined the podcast this week to walk hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts through all the wacky details he unraveled in his story about the San Diego Unified School District’s costly and unfruitful investigation into former board trustee Marne Foster.
Barbara Bry joined hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to talk about what she plans to do when she takes her seat as the new representative for San Diego City Council District 1.
The nation went one way Tuesday, and San Diego went the other way.
On the latest episode of the VOSD podcast, we revisit the City Council’s anticlimactic decision not to ban short-term vacation rentals, and the odd political move that put it on the table in the first place.
This week on the podcast, Andrew Keatts and I grappled with the news that the Chargers’ vision for a new convadium downtown now includes “the region’s first diversity-focused start-up incubator and accelerator.”
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.