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There are so many things to love about San Diego: food, craft beer, top chefs, cool hangouts, scenic sights, and free or cheap ways to enjoy our city. In these times of COVID-19, navigating the places and things we love to do in our city has undoubtedly changed. Monica Garske, lead editor of NBC 7's The Scene, and Candice Woo, Eater San Diego's Founding Editor, explore how to do just that.
 
Get your local news and Coronavirus updates from NBC 7 San Diego every day of the week, including Saturday and Sunday. Today in San Diego features news stories from Steven Luke, Marianne Kushi, and Mari Payton, and First Alert weather from Sheena Parveen. The Today in San Diego podcast will keep you informed in a short amount of time. It’s Coverage You Count On.
 
Beer Night in San Diego is San Diego’s First and Longest Running Beer Podcast covering the San Diego Beer Community! Tune in each week as we showcase the best in San Diego Craft Beer/Indie Beer including news, education + knowledge and interviews with a touch of comedy. Each week we feature the great people behind the scenes and the amazing beers that make San Diego the best beer city around. Tune in to laugh and learn with us each week on Beer Night in San Diego!
 
Hi, I am your host, Jamee. I am excited to explore, with my fellow San Diegans, the history of our city's crime. I hope you will enjoy listening as I set the scene and tell the stories of past and current cases. I would love this to be an interactive podcast as well. My goal is to not only tell the story of cases, but to include interviews from San Diegans. Together we can provide another platform for victims, and family/friends of victims to tell their stories. This would be a great way for ...
 
The Locked On Padres Podcast is the only pod that may be better than the PODres themselves! Is that an awful joke? Yes! But fear not, Padres believers, because here you'll be able to get your daily fix of San Diego Padres content including the latest news, game recaps, player breakdowns, retrospectives, shameless pop culture references, rants, and good vibes. Hosted by Javier Reyes — as well as other potential guests — the Locked On Padres podcast is your place to stop by and talk some baseb ...
 
"It is my hope that together we can make a difference in our community as we proclaim His love and truth." Frank Sontag has always blazed his own trail. Growing up in an Italian-American neighborhood in Cleveland, he and his family moved to the Los Angeles area in the mid-1960s when he was nine years old. Precocious for his age—he skipped fourth grade—he was the product of the do-your-own-thing, love-the-one-you’re-with attitude of the Sixties. He worked in supermarkets during his twenties w ...
 
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Today, Mari Payton checks in with NBC7's Crystal Egger on the dry weekend weather before a storm is expected to roll in next week. Then, Mari touches on the latest guidance from the state that means big changes for ballparks, amusement parks and outdoor concert venues. We wrap up with the latest on a temporary closure at the Del Mar Vaccination Sup…
 
There he is; it's good ole Joe! On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javier recaps the Padres spring training victory over the Giants that featured Joe Musgrove's first spring appearance. After discussing Musgrove's upside and a few words on Grisham's viability as a lead-off hitter, Javier continues his chat w/ Stacey about his Brett…
 
Let's talk about leadership. This week, an interview by KPBS's Andrew Bowen caught the attention of Scott, Andy and Sara. He was interviewing San Diego City Council President Jen Campbell, and she voluntarily rehashed the contentious battle she fought to become Council president. We get into that and a brief history of Council presidency. At the st…
 
In recent times dead bodies have been discovered in various bodies of water around San Diego. Is this a coincidence? Or could there be something more to this phenomenon? Hope you enjoy this episode! Support the show by leaving a review, and subscribing on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-talkers-san-diego/id1547756396 I wann…
 
On this episode of our Scene in San Diego podcast, we talk about coronavirus vaccinations for restaurants workers and how San Diego County appears to be inching toward the red tier in California’s pandemic reopening plan. We’re not there yet, but there is pandemic progress. We talk about what the shift from the purple to the red tier would mean for…
 
Instead of real games with fake fans, we've finally got fake games with real fans. With the action underway in Arizona, Fox Sports San Diego Field Reporter Bob Scanlan joins the pod to share his takeaways from Spring Training. They discuss the return of fans (2:18) before sharing what they've seen from MacKenzie Gore (13:45), Ha-Seong Kim (33:03), …
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! This week’s special guest is Avonte Hartsfield, owner of Rollin’ Roots food truck in Kearny Mesa. Rollin’ Roots has been serving comfort foods, like loaded fries and sandwiches with deep-fried “shrimp” and Buffalo “chicken” that are entirely vegan, since it opened last fall. Avonte is passionate about breaking the s…
 
The BNISD Crew is back and this week they are bringing you their 300th Anniversary Celebration show! The crew had to record remote due to the world situation, but that didn’t stop them from having a blast. Tune in as the crew each chose some new cans to share and discuss this week from all around San Diego County. Tune in as they sample these new b…
 
Many people are thinking about switching careers this year. Maybe they were hit with furloughs or layoffs, company closings, job burnout, or just plain dissatisfaction. Others may have moved or finally finished schooling. In part two of this two-part conversation, Geraldine Hogan, author of Career Moves for Teachers and Other Professionals: Strateg…
 
Whether you’re a buyer or seller, we can help you. Looking for a San Diego home? Click here for a full home search Selling Your San Diego home? Get a free home price evaluation We’re in a crazy, unusual real estate market right now. We have very low inventory and very high demand. Part of the reason we have high demand is that interest rates are ex…
 
The rise in antibiotic resistance poses one of the greatest challenges to public health and modern medicine. The roots of the dilemma are many - overzealous use of antibiotics clinical and agricultural settings, the departure of major pharmaceutical companies from antibiotic development ,and simple Darwinian evolution of microbes. Can we lift ourse…
 
Host Greg Anglea, CEO of Interfaith Community Services, welcomes you to the Homeless in San Diego Podcast Season Two: “Homebound.” Joining us today is Richard. Richard lived on the streets for 25 long years. Now, Richard’s been housed for over 10 years. He enjoys cooking at home and working on his art. Even more incredibly, he opens his home to oth…
 
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