Chef Brian Malarky, known for local restaurants like Herb & Wood and his latest, Animae, recently competed on "Top Chef: All Stars" in Los Angeles and is pivoting to digital dining during the pandemic.
Barney 'Scout' Mann is the author of a new book called "Journeys North" about hiking along the Pacific Crest Trail. He has hiked all over the world and serves as a "trail angel" in San Diego.
Judi Sheppard Missett founded Jazzercise in 1969 and it has grown to a company with franchises all around the world. She talks about the lessons she's learned along the way and the "ah-ha" moments that lead to her success.
Generation Z is transforming America’s culture and identity. And its members are just getting started. In this new podcast, you’ll hear their hopes and their fears, who they are — and who they aren’t.
An interview with Tony Gwynn Jr., a former MLB player and current broadcaster heard on radio, podcasts and television here in San Diego.
Chef Claudia Sandoval is a self-taught Mexican-American chef, cookbook author and entrepreneur behind the Cochi Dorado Modern Mexican Bakery.
San Diego sports journalist Jim Trotter covered the Chargers for years before being asked to write "Junior Seau: The Life and Death of a Football Icon." Here, Trotter shares stories about his years working with Seau.
Jim Trotter has covered sports for Sport Illustrated, ESPN, NFL.com and the San Diego Union-Tribune. He wrote "Junior Seau: The Life and Death of a Football Icon," and credits Seau with teaching him to cover a pro locker room.
Not all broken records are worth celebrating. Ralph Keeling, a geochemistry professor at UC San Diego, knows this well as the man who oversees an ever-rising measure of the amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere.
Kenneth Barlis is a San Diego-based fashion designer who has dressed celebs such as Cardi B, Janet Jackson and Carrie Underwood. He talks about his inspiration, how being a Filipino immigrant shapes him and, of course, he shares a few fashion tips.