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Best Voice Of San Diego podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Voice Of San Diego podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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There’s a personal story behind every business. Some succeed. Some fail. Many do both. I Made it In San Diego will introduce listeners to the stories behind the city’s small and well-known businesses, and the people who made them what they are today. It’ll delve into the triumphs, tough times and lessons learned along the way – as well as stories unique to San Diego’s technology and border economy.
 
A podcast about education. Every episode, Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis and Will Huntsberry bring you a new story about schools and the system that makes them work (or not). This season, we’ll have stories about a scam that cost California millions of dollars, what happens when a school stops feeling safe and the future of early education. Subscribe now to get every episode. We’re back from summer vacation Sept. 25th.
 
Bowler's Desk San Diego News and Politics Podcast is all about politics in San Diego and beyond.We chat analyze and give our take on local, national, and international politics.Ric Epps is known as the San Diego Political Professor. He holds a pHd in Political Science and is a former field intelligence agent. Epps an expert inInternational relations, U.S. foreign policy, Middle East politics and international security, nuclear weapons, WMD proliferation policies and issues and terrorism, pre ...
 
The Point Loma Democratic Club is one of several clubs of the San Diego County Democratic Party.We were formed in 1954 to serve the Point Loma, Ocean Beach, and Loma Portal communities.We invite you to join us at our Events that are regularly held at the Point Loma Assembly, 3035 Talbot St, on Sundays from 4:00-5:30 PM
 
Welcome to the 1 Day Business Breakthrough (1DayBB) Podcast! Each episode features the voice of one real-life business owner who shares their most painful struggle, followed by a 15-minute "hotseat" where entrepreneur hosts Pat Flynn and Chris Ducker go back-and-forth to brainstorm, share ideas and develop strategics, tactics and tips to help that person break through their struggle. Each episode ends with both Pat and Chris sharing what each of their next steps would be. 1DayBB started as a ...
 
NORML SHOW LIVE (HD) is your high-definition source for the latest in marijuana law reform news from NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. Your host, NORML Outreach Coordinator Russ Belville brings you news, interviews, music, comedy, and analysis you can't get anywhere else in a weekday talk radio program.
 
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This week, we revisit a simpler time. A time in which San Diego politicians were embroiled not in dismantling racism in policing or containing a global pandemic, but regulating short-term vacation rentals. Plus, we've got a trio of school stories: sexual misconduct at Westview high; black suspension rates; and how schools could ever reopen. And on …
 
This week, we revisit a simpler time. A time in which San Diego politicians were embroiled not in dismantling racism in policing or containing a global pandemic, but regulating short-term vacation rentals. Plus, we've got a trio of school stories: sexual misconduct at Westview high; black suspension rates; and how schools could ever reopen. And on …
 
This week, our hosts are triggered by the county’s triggers. Plus: We sift through new local police reforms and examine the remains of a seemingly dead development project, Lilac Hills. Get Scott, Sara and Andy’s newsletters at vosd.org/newsletters. (Scott and Andy write the Politics Report. Sara does What We Learned This Week.) Buy our most popula…
 
This week, our hosts are triggered by the county’s triggers. Plus: We sift through new local police reforms and examine the remains of a seemingly dead development project, Lilac Hills. Get Scott, Sara and Andy’s newsletters at vosd.org/newsletters. (Scott and Andy write the Politics Report. Sara does What We Learned This Week.) Buy our most popula…
 
There are practically no limits to the types of films you can submit to the International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego, so we talk about some of the categories you can submit your films shot with mobile phones to. In episode 83, we bring our ambassador Aaron Nabus to the conversation and we talk about the categories, we also bring up some good…
 
These are wild times for city budgets. Thus, a wild, livestreamed, simulcasted, super-sized interview seemed an appropriate response for the podcast. That's what we put together on the show this week, featuring San Diego City Council President Georgette Gómez. Before we dive in with Gómez, we laid the groundwork on typical city budgeting, plus some…
 
These are wild times for city budgets. Thus, a wild, livestreamed, simulcasted, super-sized interview seemed an appropriate response for the podcast. That's what we put together on the show this week, featuring San Diego City Council President Georgette Gómez. Before we dive in with Gómez, we laid the groundwork on typical city budgeting, plus some…
 
San Diego City Councilwoman Monica Montgomery spoke with VOSD's Andrew Keatts about the recent police brutality protests, the death that sparked them and how two of her longstanding priorities may now become reality. This bonus episode is dropping along with our weekly newsletter, The Politics Report: an insider's guide to politics and policy for S…
 
San Diego City Councilwoman Monica Montgomery spoke with VOSD's Andrew Keatts about the recent police brutality protests, the death that sparked them and how two of her longstanding priorities may now become reality. This bonus episode is dropping along with our weekly newsletter, The Politics Report: an insider's guide to politics and policy for S…
 
This week, we unpack what makes a protest "unlawful," a brief history of recent police reform efforts and the future of one effort currently on the table. Our interview this week is with Andrea St. Julian of San Diegans for Justice on the proposed ballot measure to reform San Diego Police. Keep up with local news and all our police stories with The…
 
This week, we unpack what makes a protest "unlawful," a brief history of recent police reform efforts and the future of one effort currently on the table. Our interview this week is with Andrea St. Julian of San Diegans for Justice on the proposed ballot measure to reform San Diego Police. Keep up with local news and all our police stories with The…
 
Have you made a movie in one year? How about three? Cara Rust made three short films in 2019 and based one of them on a play. Meet our guest in Episode 82 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking. Cara Rust adapted a play into a film using her Samsung smartphone camera. Cara wrote, directed, edited and produced, “English Made Simple,” which was selecte…
 
"We did not have any kind of warning." From our "Voice of San Diego At Home" series, this is an interview with La Mesa City Councilwoman Dr. Akilah Weber. Weber spoke with VOSD's Scott Lewis about the George Floyd killing, and the unrest in La Mesa over the weekend. The livestream series airs at 1:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Find it Face…
 
"We did not have any kind of warning." From our "Voice of San Diego At Home" series, this is an interview with La Mesa City Councilwoman Dr. Akilah Weber. Weber spoke with VOSD's Scott Lewis about the George Floyd killing, and the unrest in La Mesa over the weekend. The livestream series airs at 1:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Find it Face…
 
A filmmaker is not simply someone who shoots a film and shares it. A filmmaker delivers a finished film through an entire process. Most good stories in film are a challenge that can bring out the best in a filmmaker and the result lies in the final film. Tom F. Pardo is our guest in the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking episode 81. His film, “Submerged…
 
This week, the California Department of Health gave the OK for San Diego County to open restaurants for dine-in service, among other changes. So, you can go to restaurants now. But the question is: Will you? We discuss that in this episode. Plus, an interview with UC San Diego epidemiologist Rebecca Fielding-Miller on risks and tests. Keep up with …
 
This week, the California Department of Health gave the OK for San Diego County to open restaurants for dine-in service, among other changes. So, you can go to restaurants now. But the question is: Will you? We discuss that in this episode. Plus, an interview with UC San Diego epidemiologist Rebecca Fielding-Miller on risks and tests. Keep up with …
 
At best, students' education is stagnant right now. At worst, they're experiencing something educators call "the summer slide," when student progress recedes a bit during summer months. Laura Kohn, a local education expert and director at the , says what's happening now is a massive "COVID slide." For this bonus episode, Scott Lewis and Laura Kohn …
 
At best, students' education is stagnant right now. At worst, they're experiencing something educators call "the summer slide," when student progress recedes a bit during summer months. Laura Kohn, a local education expert and director at the , says what's happening now is a massive "COVID slide." For this bonus episode, Scott Lewis and Laura Kohn …
 
This week, we discuss how November's big ballot is stacking up and SDSU's land deal drama. On the second half of the show, host Andrew Keatts talks with urban planner Howard Blackson about an idea he's floated to turn streets into plazas to save local business. Follow Scott, Andy and Sara's weekly newsletters at vosd.org/newsletters FInd us on your…
 
This week, we discuss how November's big ballot is stacking up and SDSU's land deal drama. On the second half of the show, host Andrew Keatts talks with urban planner Howard Blackson about an idea he's floated to turn streets into plazas to save local business. Follow Scott, Andy and Sara's weekly newsletters at vosd.org/newsletters FInd us on your…
 
He wanted to tell a story with his skills in choreography using the tools available to him. Episode 80 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking is an in-depth conversation with Jamiel Laurence, awarded Second Prize in the International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego. Even though his film has a theme of isolation, ironically, it was submitted to IMFF…
 
Hey, check it out, we found something completely unrelated to COVID-19 to talk about in this week’s podcast. The city of San Diego and San Diego State University are in the final stages of a historic transfer of land. We broke down what is still left to settle. Sorry, check that: Unfortunately, it’s not completely unrelated to COVID-19 because ever…
 
Hey, check it out, we found something completely unrelated to COVID-19 to talk about in this week’s podcast. The city of San Diego and San Diego State University are in the final stages of a historic transfer of land. We broke down what is still left to settle. Sorry, check that: Unfortunately, it’s not completely unrelated to COVID-19 because ever…
 
She had a screenplay and a vision. Inga Vosk believed in her story. She had a dream to realize the story as a movie. A feature film. She didn’t know how. She had never directed a short or feature film. But she had a vision and an iPhone. Episode 79 of the SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking is an in-depth discussion with the winner of the Best Feature Fi…
 
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