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04/30/19 El Monte Union’s New Take on Shakespeare and Whittier Union Scholarship Winner

Part 1: El Monte Union High School District’s South El Monte High School will provide a modern take on Shakespearian tragedy when it stages “The Punk Rock Story of Romeo and Juliet” on May 8-10. The production will feature a student band playing live punk rock music, and will challenge gender norms by casting a [...]

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04/30/19 SDMAC and Propel Push San Diego Business

Mark Balmert, Executive Director of the San Diego Military Advisory Council (SDMAC), is joined by Nathan Loveland, Program Manager of Propel San Diego, to talk about Propel’s accomplishments to date; its recent Stakeholder Forum; and the DIV Grand Prize event on Thursday, May 23.   Balmert discusses the keynote speech of last Friday’s featured SDMAC speaker; [...]

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04/26/19 YMCA of San Diego County and City of San Diego Parks and Recreation Department; The Broken Yolk Cafe

Guest 1: YMCA of San Diego County and City of San Diego Parks and Recreation DepartmentJoJo Pope, Director of Aquatics & Environmental Health and Safety for the YMCA of San Diego County, and Nicole McNeil, Supervising Recreation Specialist for the City of San Diego Parks & Recreation Department, talk about importance of water safety and [...]

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04/26/19 American Red Cross of San Diego/Imperial Counties; San Diego American Indian Health Center; Alzheimer’s San Diego and San Diego Planning Partnership

Guest 1: American Red Cross of San Diego/Imperial CountiesSean Mahoney, Regional CEO of the American Red Cross of San Diego and Imperial Counties, and Denice Garcia, a Red Cross Board member, talk about the May 1-8 “Shelter of Hope” awareness and fundraising campaign; the May 4 “Sound the Alarm” event in Chula Vista; and ways [...]

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

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 Randy Boozer, Track and Field Coach for Escondido High School to talk about the Escondido Invitational. Kearney and Brand talk about the Union-Tribune Top 10 rankings for baseball and softball along [...]

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04/23/19 Celebrating Unity at Paramount High and Creating Lifelong Learners in West Covina

Paramount High School held its annual Unity Day on March 30, a day of music, dance and straight talk on issues of importance for LGBT students. Paramount counselor and Unity Day co-founder Ariana Bates joins Paramount sophomore Eneles Vega to discuss the origins of Unity Day, the importance of providing resources for the LGBT community, [...]

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04/23/19 Arts for Learning and Music for Literacy

We are joined by the Executive Director of Arts for Learning San Diego, Tara Graviss, who shared how her organization helps students, families and communities "imagine, create, and thrive through the arts." For many students, the arts are therapeutic and effective in student retention and success in school. Arts for Learning San Diego is making [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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.

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