Felena Hanson, founder of Hera Hub, knows a thing or two about the bumps in the road of starting an innovative company.
Tomas Herrera-Mishler of the Balboa Park Conservancy and Betty Peabody of Friends of Balboa Park talked with us about the big issues facing San Diego’s crown jewel at the second installment of our live podcast summer series.
Councilman David Alvarez joins us on the podcast to talk Chargers, primaries and his political plans in San Diego.
Political strategist Jen Jacobs joins us on the podcast to talk about San Diego’s right, namely its role in trendsetting for the rest of the country.
Food writer Troy Johnson joins us on the podcast to talk about his big investigation of the local food scene. Plus, Comic-Con and fudging the numbers, Airbnb’s new SD taxes and more.
Candice Eley, PR director for the Tourism Authority, talks with us on this week’s podcast about San Diego’s evolving identity, quest to embrace its authenticity and wide and varied music scene.
The city’s Pure Water program could deliver twice as much drinkable recycled wastewater then thought, and two years sooner. VOSD reporter Ry Rivard joins us on the show this week to talk about San Diego’s water future.
Chris Ward and Anthony Bernal joined us for the first of our live podcast summer series. We grilled the candidates on where they stand on the Chargers stadium, Irwin Jacobs’ maybe resurrected plan for Balboa Park, bike lanes through Hillcrest and more.
Dr. Doug Barba, who warned of violent ripple effects among fans if the Chargers leave town, joins us on the show, as well as Monique Lopez of the Environmental Health Coalition.
KPRi host Chris Cantore joins the show to tell us about seeing the Rolling Stones at Solana Beach’s Belly Up Tavern.