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Keeping Small Biz Smiling

Meet the lady charged with making small businesses' lives a little easier in San Diego. Plus, This Week in Drugs, Councilman Mark Kersey's move on infrastructure and more on the podcast.

Meet the Chargers’ New Public Enemy No. 1

Steve Cushman draws the ire of Chargers die-hards. Plus, the State of the City and the sheriff's "Minority Report"-esque effort to catch ex-inmates as they pass through trolley stops – all on this week's podcast.

San Diego’s Highs and Lows of 2014

Podcast host Scott Lewis and special guest co-host Randy Dotinga touch on their favorite quotes and stories of the year, and circle back on a listener's response to anti-minimum wage hike research featured on last week's show.

The Unpopular Consequences of Raising the Minimum Wage

Jeffrey Clemens, an economics assistant professor at UCSD, was on the show this week to talk through the impacts he saw in other states that raised the minimum wage. Plus, Geoff Page from Padres Public weighs in on the stellar new players joining the Padres.

What’s Next for the City Council

On this week's podcast, Caty Green and Andy Keatts tackled what could set San Diego's political stage for 2016, the role a urinal plays in the DeMaio scandal and some coincidental demotions in the district attorney's office.

What It’s Like to Free an Innocent Man

On this week's podcasts, we cover the flailing of the DeMaio team, Phil BBQ's take on minimum wage and the democratic process, the long-incubated work of the California Innocence Project and how creepy dudes are.

Welcome to 2016, San Diego (Just Kidding. Sort of.)

Council President Todd Gloria joined this week’s podcast to talk about some of the biggest issues facing San Diego and how they’ll play out politically following Tuesday’s election. One major issue he helped usher through the City Council — an increase of the minimum wage in San Diego — will be on the ballot in 2016.

‘It Could Happen Any Place’

Chula Vista Police Chief David Bejarano joined us on the podcast this week to talk about police use-of-force in light of the violence in Ferguson, Mo., and his own experience with an officer-involved shooting during his time with the SDPD.