• Jay Paris, Veteran San Diego Sports Journalist and Author

    December 14, 2017

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    Jay Parris PhotoRichard and Joe welcomed Jay Paris celebrated sports journalist to discuss his new book “Game of My Life Rams: Memorable Stories of Rams Football”. As a staff writer for the San Diego Tribune and North County Times from 1992 to 2013, Jay covered the San Diego Chargers as his regular beat. He is a three-time recipient of awards from the Pro Football Writers Association of America. He continues to write for many publications including The Sports exchange and is a freelance correspondent for the Associated Press. He is also a contributor to KPBS.

    Following his success with “Game of My Life Chargers” which chronicled the greatest moments in Chargers’ history as told by the players who lived them, Jay’s new book, “Game of My Life Rams: Memorable Stories of Rams Football”, offers accounts of the memorable moments In Rams history through the words of the players who experienced them firsthand.

    In 1946, the Cleveland Rams, having just won the NFL championship, moved to sunny Los Angeles. The LA Rams experienced immediate success, making four NFL Championship Game appearances in six years–one of which they won. From Los Angeles, the team moved to St. Louis in 1995, only to return to Los Angeles again in 2016. Regardless of the city or the stadium that they’ve called home, the Rams have compiled a myriad of memorable moments and at times have drawn record crowds.

    Jay attended high school and Orange High School in Orange California and college at Cal State Long Beach. He currently resides in Cardiff California.

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  • “Mr. Warmth,” Don Rickles and The City Club of San Diego’s Geo Mitrovich

    January 30, 2013
    Listen to Podcast of the Show The show was be filled with laughter as comedian and actor, Don Rickles joined the show. Mr. Rickles began in show business back in the late 1940s playing small roles on television. However, he became frustrated with the limited number of roles, so he branched out into stand-up comedy. Not ... Read more
  • Wing Howard & Harrison Howard | A San Diego Art Story

    January 25, 2013
    The guest was artist, Harrison Howard. Harrison Howard started his career at the age of 19, following in the footsteps of his late and well-known father, Wing Howard. Wing Howard is well-loved in San Diego for his murals at the Whaling Bar of the La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla. Wing Howard painted 4 pieces ... Read more
  • Richard Muscio Criticizes the CPA Profession for Granting Itself the Moniker “Most Trusted Advisor”

    January 23, 2013
    Significant literature exists in the CPA profession, whereby the CPA profession has granted itself the lofty title of “Most Trusted Advisor.” Witness the AICPA’s report “CPA Horizons 2025” and articles that have followed the release of this report. The self-granting of this moniker to CPAs, by the CPA profession, is ludicrous. This title has been self-conferred ... Read more
  • “Steps to the Summit: Reaching the Top in Business and Life”

    January 21, 2013
    “Steps to the Summit: Reaching the Top in Business and Life” talks about the determination and strategy you need to achieve business and personal goals. Managing director of Hunter Wise Financial Group, LLC., Paul Fejtek and his wife, Denise have made this metaphor a reality. This successful couple has not only scaled all the major ... Read more
  • Qualcomm’s Founding Chairman and CEO Emeritus, Dr. Irwin M. Jacobs

    January 17, 2013
    Listen to Podcast of the Show The show’s guest Irwin Jacobs. Dr. Jacobs was born in Massachusetts, and received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University. He then went on to attend Massachusetts Institution of Technology, MIT, where he received his Masters in 1957 and Doctorate in 1959. It was a Professorship at the ... Read more
  • George Takei and the Producers of the Play, “Allegiance: A New American Musical”

    January 9, 2013
    Listen to Podcast of the Show George Takei, Lorenzo Thione, and Wendy Gillespie were the guests. They are the creators of the theater production “Allegiance: A New American Musical,” which had its world premiere here in San Diego at the Old Globe Theater in the fall of 2012 and is in negotiations to take its poignant ... Read more
  • Business Valuations with Carl Sheeler

    January 6, 2013
    The show welcomed back Carl Sheeler of Business Valuations Ltd. His company specializes in assessing a business’s value. This type of appraisal is needed when a company is approaching a merger or acquisition, new partnerships or even estate planning. For those who are new to the idea of business valuation, it is important to remember ... Read more
  • How to Stay Relevant as a CPA

    January 1, 2013
    Five-minute highlight clip of Richard’s speech. Contact Richard if you are interested in having him speak at your event. Read more
  • The CPA Firm of the Future

    January 1, 2013
    In this video presentation, accounting thought leader shows clients of CPA firms why they should work with a “CPA Firm of the Future” not a CPA firm of the past. CPAs are known for being historians. The two service offerings CPAs are best known for, preparing income tax returns and preparing financial statements, are of course ... Read more
  • Local San Diego Bank Vice-President Sean Puckett Joins the Show

    December 27, 2012
    Why Businesses Should Consider Regional Banks Richard, Joe and guest Sean Puckett talked about the banking industry in San Diego and how local community banks differ from the big national banks. Sean Puckett joined Regents Bank in November of 2011 as First Vice President. Mr. Puckett is a graduate of the University of San Diego. An ... Read more