On this week’s podcast, Voice of San Diego’s Scott Lewis and Sara Libby sit down with Assemblyman Brian Maienschein to discuss his crucial vote on a bill to fund affordable housing.
On this week’s podcast, City Councilman Chris Ward sits down with hosts Scott Lewis and Sara Libby to explain the city’s new shelter plan and what officials mean when they call the tents “bridge structures.”
On this week’s podcast, Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts are joined by Sara Libby to discuss how the Hepatitis A outbreak spread throughout the city. Plus, the group takes a look at the marijuana regulations up for consideration at next week’s City Council meeting.
In our latest episode of “I Made it in San Diego,” VOSD’s podcast about the region’s businesses and the people behind them, Emil’s grandson David Bronner, CEO of Dr. Bronner’s, talks about how the family’s company has grown from a quirky sideshow soap with a cult following to a multimillion-dollar brand.
On this week’s podcast, Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts discuss a bombshell ruling from the California Supreme Court and the enormous consequences it could have on some of the biggest local issues.
In an exit interview, Stephen Puetz talks about his history of ups and downs in campaign consulting, what the job of mayoral chief of staff involves and what it’s like to be a Republican strategist right now.
One fitness franchise helped pave the way for businesses like OrangeTheory and Barry’s Bootcamp, and it started with a woman teaching classes out of rec centers in Oceanside.
On this week’s podcast, Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts sit down with SDSU professor Jean Twenge to discuss her research into smartphones and their effects on youth and mental health.
Lucy Beard knew nothing about 3D printers when she decided to build a business around them. But her custom-built shoe company is starting to turn the heads of everyone from environmentalists to fashion insiders.
On this week’s podcast, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby discuss how big new events around the country have affected the way folks digest local news.