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.
Ryan Clumpner, head of the conservative Lincoln Club, says he might not jump in the minimum wage fight, and reveals what he’d prefer the city invest money in other than a stadium in a special one-hour podcast.
KUSI investigative reporter Michael Turko joins this week to discuss his brand of outraged journalism on behalf of the little man.
NBC 7’s Wendy Fry joins us on the podcast this week to talk about the big allegations lobbed by a former staffer against Dave Roberts, the lone Democrat on the County Board of Supervisors.
During a special one-on-one podcast interview with the labor leader, we cover Walmart, international trade and his thoughts on some local Democratic leaders.
This week on the podcast, economist Lynn Reaser walks us through the big takeaways from her study that found 40 percent of housing costs come from regulatory red tape.