Capital Public Radio’s state government reporter Katie Orr, who used to roam the San Diego City Hall beat for KPBS, joined the podcast this week to go over a slew of issues facing state lawmakers.
Pollster John Nienstedt joins us on the podcast to talk careful wording in polls, “reasonable representation” in surveys and more.
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez held it down as a part-co-host, part-special guest for our final live podcast of the summer series.
April Boling, political campaign accounting guru, joins us on the podcast to chat about the dynamics of the city’s Ethics Commission, keeping track of campaigns’ finances and more.
Land use consultant Marcela Escobar-Eck schools us on the technical details of stepping on the gas to get the Chargers stadium’s environmental impact report done.
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.