Also on the podcast, the Chargers’ owner takes “tough” questions and new city attorney candidate Bryan Pease joined the show to, in part, explain how he’d be like former city attorney Mike Aguirre.
The new president of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association arrives just in time for tax season, plus: Mayor Kevin Faulconer gets a challenger, and Filner’s former chief of staff returns with a tell-all book.
Scott Lewis asks William Osborne about all the different bosses he had during 44 years shaping San Diego opinion at the Union-Tribune.
Reporter Ry Rivard joins the show this week to break down his investigation into the troubled Hubbs-SeaWorld fish hatchery in Carlsbad, plus we relive the Mayor Bob Filner era and discuss how North Park fits into the city’s bold plan to deal with climate change.
District 2 Councilwoman Lorie Zapf joins co-hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts to talk about the main issues she’s focused on. Lewis and Keatts also bemoan the never-ending Chargers relocation drama.
Daniel Cayan, a climate researcher at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, joins the podcast this week to explain the science behind so-called “king tides,” the highest tides of the year. Hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts also dive into a hearty discussion about the Chargers, they discuss what San Diego Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten left out […]
The long road from addiction and incarceration to success that VOSD’s investigative reporter on education issues took.
Matthew T. Hall, the newly named editor of the Union-Tribune’s opinion section, talks about his high profile new gig and stops short of revealing his own political opinion.
A panel of guests joined Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts for a special deep dive into the city’s historic commitment to transition to 100 percent clean energy and change the way we commute.
The attorney representing a school counselor who says a school board member retaliated against her appears on the podcast to explain the claims and the scandal that got new momentum this week.