Scott Lewis and Andy Keatts discuss the nuances behind what SANDAG actually means when it talks about traffic and congestion relief. Also on the show: problem principals, police discipline and how to fund journalism.
Lewis Keller, a Navy veteran who for a time lived in his van even when he was employed full-time, joined hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts on the podcast this week to offer his take on the city’s growing homeless problem.
Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis talk about DA Bonnie Dumanis’ upcoming court appearance, the 50-plus-one ballot measure and a story about assisted death that struck a chord.
City Councilman Chris Cate joined the podcast this week to talk about why he opposes the Chargers’ plan for a downtown stadium.
For Dave Maass, covering Comic-Con International as a freelancer for the Rolling Stone is an endurance sport. From the Wednesday through Sunday that the event takes over the San Diego Convention Center, the former CityBeat reporter books every hour of every day with events like round-tables with famous folks, parties, panels and gaming and virtual […]
On this week’s podcast, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby discuss a plan for Seaport Village that took a step forward this week, a tense Council exchange over a proposal to change city elections and Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s opposition to Prop. 57. Plus: Highlights from this week’s Meeting of the Minds event.
Almis Udrys, the director of performance and analytics for the city of San Diego, joined hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to talk about the city’s new open data portal and the opportunities it affords residents.
On this week’s podcast, we talk about major developments around ballot measures and the future of Balboa Park, plus a discussion with Jeff Marston from the Independent Voter Project.
Two San Diegans are trying to bring a national movement to town in which activists beg cities to build more homes in their neighborhoods, turning on its head the more common “not in my backyard” mentality. They joined the show this week to tell us how it’s going.
Tired of climate change skepticism? A professor from UCSD’s Scripps Institute of Oceanography joins the podcast to explain what’s causing increases to the earth’s temperature and rising sea levels.