• Dave Good, Award-Winning Journalist, Educator, and Author

    August 17, 2017

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    Dave Good PhotosRichard and Joe welcomed Dave Good, award-winning journalist, educator, and author. Dave is a freelance writer, photojournalist, and restless San Diegan. For over 20 years, he has authored Of Note!, the longest-running pop music column in the nation’s largest-circulated weekly, the San Diego Reader. His writing has appeared in Salon.com, Audubon Magazine, Los Angeles Weekly, Rangefinder, Cat Fancy, the Reader, Orange County Weekly, Sport Fishing, Goldmine, and more. Recognized by the California State Senate for his journalist’s role in contributing to the success of East San Diego County’s high school music education programs, in the past, he’s been called the “best investigative reporter in town” by San Diego Magazine for his cutting edge series on violence in the community.

    Dave is also an accomplished music instructor and musician appearing regularly at local music venues with his band, The Goods featuring electric Texas blues.

    Jukebox Confessions book coverDave is originally from Ft. Worth, TX and now lives in La Mesa, CA. His life-long infatuation with music began in an unlikely place: Crawford High School, in East San Diego. There, he played sax with future jazz luminaries such as Carl Evans, Nathan East, and Hollis Gentry. After journalism school at SDSU, he was a presence on major radio stations such as KCBQ AM and KGB FM and KGTV Channel 10 television. In the course of a media career that now approaches three decades, if placed end to end the number of words he has published thus far would stretch around the globe at least once. He is currently at work on a book about rock and roll’s farm team and the unsung music heroes of San Diego music past. His book, Jukebox Confessions, is available through Amazon.

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  • Representive Scott Peters, Ending Elder Abuse and Contemporary Art

    October 31, 2014
    Listen to Podcast of the Show Democratic Scott Peters joined us for a pre-election call at the top of the show. Incumbent Congressman Peters is an statistical dead heat with Republican challenger Carl DeMaio according to a recent U-T San Diego poll. In studio, heard from Ann Berchtold from our sponsor UBS, to talk about Art ... Read more
  • Writer William Lanouette, Physics and Arms Control

    October 23, 2014
    The show featured an interview with writer and public policy analyst at the firm Consultant, William Lanouette. He earned his Masters and Doctorate at the London School of Economics. His doctoral thesis studied the abuse of scientific information by British and American legislators. During that SALT talks of 1969, Lanouette’s analysis began to focus on ... Read more
  • Enhancing Value with Berkley Research Group’s Carl Sheeler

    October 16, 2014
    This week featured returning guest and sponsor, Carl Sheeler, PhD of Berkeley Research Group. In addition to being the Director of the Los Angles branch, he also serves on two national valuation boards. Dr. Sheeler is known as a national thought-leader for quantifying and identifying how the intangible assets of business can create, enhance, ... Read more
  • Servant Leadership Institute’s 2014 Fall Workshops

    October 9, 2014
    Art Barter returned to the show to discuss some of his upcoming events with Richard and Joe. The Servant Leadership Institute will be hosting three workshops this Fall. October 23rd: The Little Foxes: Engaging the Outliers. This workshop will focus on how to engage the small group of people in every community that undermine the goals ... Read more
  • District 6 Candidate, Carol Kim and Vertical Farming, Daniel Gibbs

    October 1, 2014
    Richard and Joe interviewed Carol Kim, who is running for the San Diego City Council in District 6 and Daniel Gibbs, CEO and co-founder of Home Town Farms, LLC. Carol Kim for City Council District 6 With her background in education, she has long been an activist in the community and is making her political debut ... Read more
  • Trek Nation with Rod Roddenberry

    September 25, 2014
    Listen to Podcast of the Show Richard and Joe welcomed Rod Roddenberry, son of Gene Roddenberry who created Star Trek, to discuss his documentary Trek Nation. Last July, Joe had the pleasure of sitting down and interviewing Mr. Roddenberry at Qualcomm when they attended a private screening of the film. The documentary details Rod’s trek across ... Read more
  • Demographics of CPA are Changing

    September 23, 2014
    Public Speaker and accounting professional, Richard Muscio explains how the demographics of the accounting industry allows the firms to fulfill the roles needed to the business model of the future. Read more
  • Water Conservation with Klaus Reichardt and Ryan Selhorn from Signature Analytics

    September 17, 2014
    Joe and Richard were joined by two guests on Saturday, Klaus Reichardt from Waterless Co. and Ryan Selhorn from Signature Analytics. Klaus Reichardt Klaus Reichardt grew up in Germany, where he received his baccalaureate degree. He moved to the United States in 1978 and attended Pepperdine University, receiving both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business and ... Read more
  • Estate Law with Sponsor Brenda Geiger

    September 11, 2014
    Richard and Joe welcome back sponsor, Brenda Geiger, San Diego Trust Attorney with Geiger Law Office. Ms. Geiger specializes in Estate Planning, and graduated from University of San Diego with both her undergraduate degree and her law degree. Even as the managing attorney at her firm, she has carved out the time to be a ... Read more
  • Working to End Poverty in Baja and the Future of Belmonk Park

    September 4, 2014
    Richard and Joe broadcasted live from the Beachfront Benefit for the Pequeño Eden and Corazón de Vida orphanages in Baja, Mexico. The event is sponsored by the Maya Foundation, and will be held at the Rooftop Coaster Terrace at Belmont Park in Mission Beach. The Corazón de Vida Foundation was founded by Hilda Pacheco-Taylor, who ... Read more