Programs from the University of California, San Diego.
The newest sermons from Grace Bible Church San Diego on SermonAudio.
Troy Johnson, Marie Tutko, and David Martin talk dining out, drinking up and what’s making news on the restaurant scene.
San Diego news; when you want it, where you want it. Get local stories on politics, education, health, environment, the border and more. New episodes are ready weekday mornings. Hosted by Anica Colbert and produced by KPBS, San Diego and the Imperial County's NPR and PBS station.
FUMC San Diego sermons
Latest local headlines, served fresh every morning by San Diego’s leading news source.
San Diego’s choice for breaking news, weather, traffic, sports, and entertainment & lifestyle from ABC 10News.
The official podcast of the San Diego Metro Career Centers. Discover workforce topics, trends and tips you need to know on the go.
Get the story behind the story every weekday. Host Kristy Totten interviews Union-Tribune reporters about what matters in San Diego.
Name Drop San Diego is a weekly podcast from The San Diego Union-Tribune celebrating people who have shaped San Diego and been shaped by it. Join hosts Abby Hamblin and Kristy Totten each Tuesday as they get to know the people who make San Diego proud.
Sermons from Parkside Church, San Diego
San Diego Yacht Club's podcast series, featuring stories from over a century of sailing tradition at SDYC, along with guests passing through San Diego on their own sailing adventures.
Grace San Diego/North County PodcastGrace Community Church is a church located on four campuses that began 28 years ago when Pastor Steve & Becky Riggle planted in Houston, Tx. Today Grace is a home to over 15,000 people with campuses in Houston, Tx, The Woodlands, Tx, San Diego, Ca, and Rocklin, Ca. For more information visit Grace.tv.
This is Voice of San Diego’s weekly spitfire roundup of news. We cover local and regional politics, the environment, education, the border and more. This show features our investigative reporting and interviews with lawmakers and other special guests.
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.
All Peoples Church is a vibrant and Bible-centered church of hope. Listen here for messages from Lead Pastor Robert Herber and other speakers.
Home loans in San Diego can be complex, but that doesn’t mean you should sign on the dotted line without explanations.
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from Heller the Home Seller - your professional San Diego County Real Estate Agents.
UC San Diego Health News Releases
Listeners’ Advisory is the San Diego Public Library podcast and audio access point that connects users with SDPL services, facilities, and staff. Patrons can learn about upcoming programs and periodically enjoy stand-alone episodes that feature unique content tailored for the audio experience. Enjoy a mixture of narrative-driven segments, in-depth interviews, and roundtable discussions about timely services, community-centric matters, along with professional recommendations. This podcast is ...
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 ...
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!
Listen to the writers of The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog and guests of the podcast as they talk about the latest SDCC news, share opinions on the movies, tv shows, comics and more that make up the con, and provide valuable tips and info to make your SDCC experience the best one yet! SDCCBlog.com
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 ...
An Interfaith Community Services podcast about the myths and realities around the big issue, and what you can do to help.
Podcast dedicated to the music of San Diego! Hosted by Kevin formerly of KGFN Grossmont College.
Your inside perspective on the San Diego jazz scene. Join your hosts Ian Tordella and Ed Kornhauser for new music and in-depth interviews with San Diego artists.
A podcast exploring problems in the San Diego craft beer industry and culture related to race, gender, class and worker's rights.
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay dance club. www.facebook.com/richssd
News, views, and conversation with the people who make theatre happen in San Diego County
San Diego Christian Show
"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 ...
Follow along every day for what's hot and trendy in the marketplace with updates from cities around San Diego county.
Podcast by Pastor Art Evans
The latest in news, politics and entertainment in San Diego.
City Church is a non denominational, multi ethnic, multi generational, high energy Christian church in San Diego. Our mission statement is simple. Follow Jesus. Build a great church. Love people.
Podcast by Aota Media
Podcast by San Diego Reader
http://fitnesstogether.com/missionhills - Exercise and nutrition tips from Gwen & Blake Beckcom, owners of Fitness Together Mission Hills San Diego studio.
Calvary San Diego is a safe place to explore your faith and get connected to Jesus and to others.
Sermons by San Diego Central SDA
The number one San Diego Chargers football podcast made for Charger fans by Charger fans.
ABC 10NEWS San Diego, San Diego’s choice for breaking news, weather, traffic, sports, and entertainment & lifestyle from ABC 10 News. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 KGTV - ABC 10News
Local unions have lobbied lawmakers to make union members eligible for the vaccine; They’ve secured their own vaccine supplies and have launched outreach campaigns promoting vaccination. Meanwhile, we have local reaction to the guilty verdicts in the Derek Chauvin trial. Plus, California could be facing a “mega-drought.”…
San Diegans Share their Feelings and Thoughts on the Verdict for Former Officer Derek Chauvin, Sheena is Tracking our Changing Weather, Coronado Police Identify Body of Woman Found in Bay, Signs of "Normalcy" in Chula Vista
Local headlines from the San Diego Union-Tribune
Nelvin C. Cepeda has been to Afghanistan seven times in his 30 years as a photographer at the U-T. He’ll share his experiences. Then, columnist Charles T. Clark shares his take on the guilty verdict in the trail of Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis police officer who murdered George Floyd.
In this episode, you'll hear from a panel of experts about how to build a professional presence on LinkedIn, and what to consider before posting. Discover a recent shift that has been happening on LinkedIn, and what types of posts are appropriate for this social media platform.
Buddy, you couldn't have hit the ball with a boat paddle! On today's edition of the Locked On Padres podcast, Javier recaps a disappointing loss to the Brewers that featured more of the same lackluster offense the Padres have shown all season. Then, Javi is joined by Jake Mastroianni (host of Locked On Brewers) for a crossover! In part 1, they talk…
How can classical theater better reflect modern times and more diverse audiences?That's what Jesse Perez, as director of the The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program, has in mind as he teaches and directs Master of Fine Arts (MFA) students.
Kendall Laughlin gives us three reasons to believe in the church- it's founder, it's foundation & it's future.저자 Kendall Laughlin
저자 Renew San Diego / Rev. Matt Nault
"Bad News, Good News" Part 2 by Matthew Schlesinger
Welcome to TCTSd ep #14. Today I am going to be telling you the chilling and frustrating tale of Barbara Nantais, and Claire Hough. That's right today we are getting a two for the price of one story. The vibe of a beach can dramatically change depending on the time of day. When the suns out it is packed full of surfers catching waves, and families …
This week, we review some of the latest efforts by elected officials to change policing, from budgets to bills. Plus: Schools are back! And the Convention Center is changing as much as the rest of us. Keep up with all our investigations and news analysis with The Morning Report: vosd.org/morning Join us Wed., April 12 for a happy hour to discuss th…
Week 1 begins with a broad introduction on the bible, some definitions and terms, biblical interpretation, and the broad differences in the sacred scriptures of Judaism and Christianity. How do Jews and Christians read the bible differently? We...저자 Rev. Trudy Robinson
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 The Frank Sontag Show | San Diego Edition
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! We have a special treat for our listeners this week: Joining us on the show is Wil Myers! The San Diego Padres are the most exciting team to watch in Major League Baseball right now, and they just made history last week with their first no-hitter. Wil has been a familiar face in the Petco Park outfield since he join…
저자 Curt Arend
In this bonus episode, we meet members of the Book Coven, an off-the-books book club for librarians that love young adult literature. The Book Coven consists of various members of SDPL staff including Sciences Manager, Monnee Tong, Pauline Foster Teen Center Manager, Vanessa Gempis, and Collection Development Librarian, Angie Stava. They discuss th…
This week the entire BNISD Crew is very excited to sit down with a couple of folks from a great local brewery and two people we are lucky to consider friends. Tune in as we are joined (virtually) by Mackenzie Graham and Matthew Zirpolo of Burgeon Beer. We check in with Burgeon to find out how they have handled 2020 and the beginning of 2021, how th…
Here’s how we’re helping both buyers and sellers win in this hectic market. Looking for a San Diego home? Click here for a full home search Selling Your San Diego home? Get a free home price evaluation A lot of people who are contacting us have the desire to make a move, but they’re concerned or fearful about being able to find a new home. Extremel…
Orange you ready for some changes, San Diego? On this episode, we talk dive into the orange tier and the many changes that come with San Diego County’s recent move into this part of California’s color-coded coronavirus reopening plan. The shift into the orange tier comes with capacity changes for all sorts of activities San Diegans like to take par…
This week, Melanie Roberts, Race Official at the 2020 America’s Cup, joins us on the San Diego Yacht Club Sailcast to talk about her experiences with Sail GP and the 2020 America’s Cup in New Zealand.저자 San Diego Yacht Club
Here’s why you should work with a mortgage broker instead of a big bank.Today we’re looking at the major differences between working with a mortgage broker and working with a direct lender or bank. When I say “bank,” I’m referring to banks like Wells Fargo, Chase, etc.The main advantage of working with a broker is that their hands aren’t tied like …
Michael McBride저자 Michael McBride
WonderCon 2021 is virtual again, and that means we're back with a special live event. The SDCC Unofficial blog is once again bringing together an array of special guests for a 2+ hour telecast. We are spotlighting the #WonderConOnline effort to help all the artists and vendors who have been hit hard in the last year of no in-person conventions. Sup…
Rita Colwell discusses her pioneering research that led to the discovery of how cholera survives between epidemics. During an open question and answer session, she addresses themes and issues covered in her recently published book, “A Lab of One’s Own—One Woman’s Personal Journey Through Sexism in Science.” Considered a science book for the #MeToo …