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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 Greg Bledsoe, Marianne Kushi, Steven Luke 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!
 
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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San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria gave the first State of the City address of his new administration this week. It was a big deal — not just because it was his first as head of the city. It was also the first (and hopefully last?) of the pandemic, and the first since former Mayor Kevin Faulconer launched his exploratory committee for governor. Let's talk…
 
Between late November and now, the number of COVID-19 deaths in San Diego County doubled from 1,000 to more than 2,000. Experts expect the number to continue to rise rapidly for at least another month, if not two. Meanwhile, Covid-19 vaccines have arrived in Imperial County, but not enough -- and decisions on who to vaccinate are difficult. Plus, l…
 
S.D. County Coronavirus Update, Comet Fire Burns Near Palomar College, Gov. Newsom Mobilizes National Guard Over Concerns of Civil Unrest, President-elect Unveils Coronavirus Stimulus Plan, Seasme Street Parade of Lights at Sea World and Weather Alert for Wind.
 
Oh yeah, it's some real baseball nerd time. On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javier and Jeff continue their chat by diving deep into the Blake Snell trade, But more importantly, the two discuss the Mike Clevinger trade and what it looks like in retrospect for both teams. They discuss the tendency for people to overhype prospects,…
 
Political columnist Micheal Smolens discusses many of the issues facing congressional Republicans in the coming weeks, as well as how our congressional delegation has responded to the past several weeks *** Editor's note: This podcast will be taking several weeks off and will return on Feb. 8
 
With the Padres' biggest moves seemingly behind them, talk around a new deal for Fernando Tatis Jr. has picked up. Derek and Darnay discuss the factors in play, and what a contract could look like (1:49). They take a look at the team's rise in payroll, and the franchise's decision to push all the chips in now (19:51). Plus, Masahiro Tanaka rumors a…
 
Happy New Year! We took a break from taping during the holidays, and now we’re back and looking forward to 2021. We kicked off our first episode of the year with chef William Bradley of Addison, San Diego’s first restaurant to receive a Michelin star, which it was awarded in 2019. William is a San Diego native, and he's been leading the kitchen at …
 
Dr. Frank Farley, Psychology Professor at Temple University and former President of the American Psychological Association (APA), joins the program to discuss the importance of setting resolutions, even in uncertain times. Discover the benefits of goal setting and how to cope with change.
 
If your 2021 goals relate to your home in any way, we’re ready to help. Looking for a San Diego home? Click here for a full home search Selling Your San Diego home? Get a free home price evaluation As we enter a new year, a lot of people are making plans and setting goals. Whether your goals involve owning an investment property, refinancing, buyin…
 
Freshman Congressperson Sara Jacobs was only four days into the job when a mob of pro-Trump rioters broke into the Capitol. She recounts the terror in the House Chamber, why she supports impeaching President Donald Trump, Congress' plans for COVID-19 relief and more.
 
God is good. God is working. Good is coming. Even when circumstances don’t seem to show it now, know that God is working behind the scenes to make it happen. Pastor Jerry shares his personal story through hardship and difficult times to find that God’s plan will be fulfilled and his purpose will come to pass.…
 
On this episode of our Scene in San Diego podcast, we share updates on the stay-at-home order impacting life in San Diego County, including the craft brewing scene for which our city is known. Joining us to share insight on this – and talk beer – is Doug Constantiner, co-owner and co-founder of San Diego’s Societe Brewing Company. Constantiner shar…
 
The BNISD Crew is back for another year of local beer podcasting in 2021! This week, our first show of the new year the crew decided to bring new beers that have been recently released to share together and promote some newly released beers and discuss them, and discuss how you can get them and support. They also dive into the latest fan favorite s…
 
Here are some important points to know about a reverse mortgage.Lately, I’ve been receiving a lot of phone calls and emails from clients who have questions regarding reverse mortgages: Are they safe? Should I get one? Do I even qualify? Due to all the intricacies of this topic, I’ve asked our team’s reverse mortgage specialist, Tim Baudis, to help …
 
Host Greg Anglea, CEO of Interfaith Community Services, welcomes you to the Homeless in San Diego Podcast Season Two: “Homebound.” Joining us today is Phyllis and Peggy Peattie. Phyllis is a Dental Hygienist with lived-experience in San Diego for a decade. Peggy is an independent photojournalist, documenting the stories of homeless populations and …
 
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