Ballast Point’s billion-dollar sale, a new community plan for southeastern San Diego and olfactory art in this week’s VOSD podcast.
Voice of San Diego’s Liam Dillon makes a guest appearance to talk with Mike Wagers, the chief operating officer with the Seattle police, about what prompted them to make all of their dashboard and body camera video footage available for the public to view.
Hickey, who was mysteriously removed from a management role at the district attorney’s office, discusses his relationship with DA Bonnie Dumanis and the gripping story of a multi-year investigation he led into a grisly shooting.
Councilman Chris Cate talks about beer week, making the city more brewery-friendly and why he wants his district to be known as the beer belt.
Of the seven candidates running for city attorney and City Council District 1 that I’m interviewing as part of a series of podcast conversations, Ray Ellis is the only one who has run for office before.
CityBeat’s Ryan Bradford joins the podcast this week to get us in the Halloween spirit by talking about his book “Horror Business,” a sweaty pagan pride festival and the reason people are attracted to fear. Also on this week’s podcast, Voice of San Diego’s Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts dissect the latest stadium video that […]
The District 1 City Council candidate talks about his years of experience in the community planning process, and we dig deep into his political platform.
Cory Briggs explains his complicated new ballot measure on this week’s podcast.
State Sen. Marty Block joined the podcast and called money for a Chargers stadium “corporate welfare.” Councilman Scott Sherman also called in to talk about the city’s inept code enforcement division.
The entrepreneur and investor has pivoted many times in her life and career. We got her on the record about her successes and failures and important issues she would face on the City Council.