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04/23/19 Baseball, Softball, Spring Playoffs and Spotlight on Escondido Track and Field

Guest: Randy Boozer, Escondido track and field coach

By | April 23rd, 2019|U-T Prep Sports Report, U~T San Diego Radio|0 Comments

04/19/19 INmune Bio; Serving Seniors

Guest 1: INmune Bio David Moss, Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer of INmune Bio, talks about his immunology company’s revolutionary work on reprogramming the innate system to fight disease. Guest 2: Serving Seniors Melinda Forstey, Chief Operating Officer of Serving Seniors, and Ted Lange, Sr., a Serving Seniors Board Member and Chair of the organization’s [...]

04/19/19 American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA); San Diego Rescue Mission

Guest 1: American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)Martin Flores, Director of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design for Carrier Johnson + Culture, and Vicki Estrada, President of Estrada Land Planning, talk about the San Diego County as being the most biodiverse county in North America. Flores and Estrada, Co-Chairs of the November 2019 Conference on Landscape [...]

04/16/19 Lion’s Club Baseball Tournament

Jess Kearney, Deputy Sports Editor of The San Diego Union-Tribune, and Steve Brand, Awards Director for the San Diego Sports Association, are joined by Judge Peter Gallagher, the longtime director of the Lions High School Baseball Tournament. Judge Gallagher chats about the venerable 69-year-old tournament that includes a “who’s who” of MLB stars.

By | April 16th, 2019|U-T Prep Sports Report, U~T San Diego Radio|0 Comments

04/16/19 Economic Development Council DIV Grant winner Vortex Engineering

Mark Balmert, Executive Director of the San Diego Military Advisory Council (SDMAC), talks about the annual SDMAC Breakfast speakers in April, May and June; and the June 13 SDMAC Achievement Awards. Balmert is joined by Michael Bice, President of Vortex Engineering, a recipient of the San Diego Regional EDC’s “DIV” grant. Bice discusses how the [...]

04/16/19 Music to Run By – California Public Schools Excel in Many Ways

San Gabriel Unified District was recently recognized by the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation (NAMM) as a Best Communities for Music Education district. Jefferson Middle School orchestra director Esther Minwary discusses the District’s TK-12 pipeline of music education, the Music Immersion Experience program, and what she has learned from students in her classroom. For [...]

By | April 16th, 2019|California School News Radio|0 Comments

04/12/19 St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center; ECHO Connection/Kannaway

Guest 1: St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center Debra Emerson, CEO, of St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center, discusses the Center’s mission to empower individuals with developmental disabilities and its 18th Morning Glory Brunch fundraiser set for Saturday, April 27 at the Center’s main campus in East County. Emerson is joined by Josef Felts, Executive Chef of the Green [...]

04/12/19 Flying Dolphin Productions; Saved in America

Guest 1: Flying Dolphin ProductionsBee Pedersen, Founder and Producer of Flying Dolphin Productions, and her colleague, Felicity Mudgett, a writer and producer for the production company, chat about the difference between indie films and those made in Hollywood, along with their film “Sweet Taste of Souls,” a thriller/horror film that is currently in post-production. Guest2: [...]

04/09/19 Track, Volleyball and Spotlight on Patrick Henry Baseball

Jess Kearney, Deputy Sports Editor of The San Diego Union-Tribune, and Steve Brand, Awards Director for the San Diego Sports Association, are joined by Sheldon Watkins, Patrick Henry baseball coach. Kearney and Brand talk about Spring sports highlights in track and boys volleyball.

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04/09/19 El Monte Union CTE Pathway Programs Creates Chefs and Media Stars

El Monte Union staged its inaugural Cooking Showdown in March, a TV-style competition in which student chefs from the Arroyo, Rosemead and Mountain View high school culinary arts programs received an hour to prepare a gourmet meal, while being filmed by students from Mountain View’s VISTA Academy. EMUHSD Director of Curriculum Hillary Wolfe discusses how [...]

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