• Congratulations Mari Muscio for Finishing the New York City Marathon

    November 8, 2016

    mari-muscio-nyc-marathon New York City MarathonCongratulations to Mari Muscio for finishing her first New York City Marathon! Mari finished in 5 hours 13 minutes 4 seconds. Not bad for her first time especially since it was doubtful she would be able to compete at all, injuring her foot just one week before the race.

    female-winner-nyc-marathon New York City MarathonThe Marathon saw some historic results. Mary Keitany won the women division for the third straight time. Keitany defended her title in 2 hours, 24 minutes, 26 seconds, one second behind her time last year.

    At 20, Ghirmay Ghebreslassie became the youngest men’s winner in this event. Ghebreslassie was the first native of Eritrea to win the New York marathon. He finished his debut in 2 hours 7 minutes 51 seconds.

    Before supporting Mari’s effort, Richard played in the 2016 Halloween San Dieguito Academy Community Doubles Tennis Tournament with Luke Lawver

    Before jetting off to accompany Mari at the marathon, Richard played in the 2016 Halloween San Dieguito Academy Community Doubles Tennis Tournament with Luke Lawver. They did well, and it is still being debated whether Luke was supporting Richard or visa vera. They had a great time for a great fundraising event.
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  • Interview with Tennis Legend Billie Jean King

    August 2, 2013
    Listen to Podcast of the Billie Jean King interview Billie Jean King comes to Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego to support and inspire young athletes at the World TeamTennis (WTT) Junior Nationals Championship in San Diego every year. Billie Jean King and Larry King created this organization in the early 1970s to create gender equity ... Read more
  • Power of the Pen with Antoinette Kuritz

    July 31, 2013
    The guest was Antoinette Kuritz, founder of the La Jolla Writers Conference. With the permission author Catherine Ryan Hyde, the Conference adopted “Pay It Forward” as its motto. Catherine Ryan Hyde was the keynote speaker in 2001 in the inaugural year of this conference. To this day, none of the staff or keynote speakers ... Read more
  • Preserving La Jolla History with Heath Fox and Carol Olten | Radio Interview

    July 25, 2013
    Heath Fox, Executive Director, of the La Jolla Historical Society, has been in his position since September of 2012. He holds a Masters in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester, a bachelor’s in Business Finance from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, with further ongoing education from Harvard Business School and the Getty Leadership ... Read more
  • Best Selling Author Greg S. Reid

    July 18, 2013
    When You Do What You Love, And Love What You Do, You’ll Have Success, Your Whole Life Through. Filmmaker and Motivational Speaker Greg S. Reid is a #1 best-selling author, entrepreneur, and the CEO of several successful corporations, who has dedicated his life to helping others achieve the ultimate fulfillment of finding and living a life of ... Read more
  • A Look Back on the Lengendary Talk Show of Johnny Carson

    July 9, 2013
    The guest was Jeff Sotzing, the President of Carson Entertainment Group. Mr. Sotzing has been working to preserve his uncle’s legacy since the late night talk show host’s retirement in 1992. Since the taping of the last show, Mr. Sotzing has cataloged more than 4,000 hours of the show’s interviews with celebrity guests. In 1977, Mr. ... Read more
  • Mayor of San Diego, Bob Filner

    July 5, 2013
    Listen to Podcast of the Show Richard and Joe were joined by Mayor Bob Filner for their first live broadcast from the La Valencia Hotel. Mayor Filner was sworn in as Mayor of San Diego on December 3, 2012 for a 4-year term. The City Council approved Mayor Filner’s balanced budget on June 10 with ... Read more
  • Premier Show Live From La V of Scenic Downtown La Jolla

    June 27, 2013
    Saturday, July 6th will mark the first night that the show broadcasts from its new home, the La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla. “The Pink Lady” is the affectionate nickname that locals have given this historic building on the bluffs of Prospect Street. San Diego-based Pacifica Companies, recently bought La V, and they have been ... Read more
  • Surfing Indonesia with Sean Puckett

    June 21, 2013
    Casting aside his suit for a well-deserved vacation, Sean Puckett of Regent’s Bank enjoys the waves of Indonesia. It seems Mr. Puckett lives by the slogan “Work hard, Play hard.” We thank him for sharing these photos of his scenic vacation spot in the Mentawai Islands. The surfing spot is called the Playgrounds, which is ... Read more
  • 4th Annual Berry Good Night Dinner: Tommy Gomes, Jack Ford, Andrew Spurgin, Lucila Alejandro, and Sam Zien on Sustainability

    June 19, 2013
    Saturday the show was broadcast live from the 4th annual Berry Good Night. This event brought together the top minds in local, sustainable food, creating a unique environment for networking, storytelling and celebration. Hosts, William & Michelle Ciccarelli Lerach, welcomed their guests and several of San Diego’s most prominent chefs to a sit down, multi-course ... Read more
  • Discussion on Immigration and the IRS with Former Commissioner Mark Everson

    June 14, 2013
    Our guest was Mark W. Everson. Mr. Everson is a former deputy commissioner at the Immigration and Naturalization Service and was commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service from 2003 to 2007. He was involved in developing the proposal that created the Department of Homeland Security, and he also oversaw transition planning for the border and ... Read more