In a refreshingly candid interview, Ron Fowler, executive chairman of the group that owns the San Diego Padres, fielded all sorts of big questions.
In this podcast episode, Alex Zaragoza and Eboney Steward, two organizers of the San Diego Women’s March, talk about what’s going down at the march and beyond.
The Chargers are done with San Diego. Hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts unpack that huge, city-shaking news in this week’s episode. There’s a lot to go through, especially considering the fact that Lewis has been covering the Chargers saga since 2003. A lot of people thought the Chargers would never actually move to Los […]
For the first episode of Season 2 of Culturecast, we stepped inside one of the San Diego Symphony’s public sound booths and talked with Allen and Brandon Steppe, the founder and director of the David’s Harp Foundation, a nonprofit that works with at-risk and homeless youth by providing free music education.
Ry Rivard joins the podcast to talk about his series investigating the state’s stormwater rules, plus Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis dissect SANDAG’s response to our reporting and more.
Our Voice of the Year pick is not an honor, necessarily, it’s a nod toward the person or group who drove the most important conversation about San Diego and its future. On this week’s podcast, hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts discuss VOSD’s decision to name downtown homeless people the 2016 Voice of the Year. […]
Everyone agrees Barrio Logan is changing. The friction comes from discussions over how the change should take shape, and whether it’s a bad thing. In the final episode of Culturecast Season 1, artists, architects and developers weigh in on what people should be doing to address gentrification.
Rep. Scott Peters calls in to the podcast to say we need a conversation that goes deeper than just knee-jerk, across-the-board opposition to all pay raises for public officials.
In this week’s podcast, Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis talk about the vote-wrangling between Councilman David Alvarez and Councilwoman Myrtle Cole to become the next Council president. Also: A determined new coalition says it wants to solve the region’s affordable housing crisis.
There may be no harder task for a school district than turning around a struggling school. What options does a parent have if the district isn’t up to the task?