• 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.

  • Stock Market Lawyer, Professor and Author Frank Partnoy

    July 11, 2012
    Former investment banker at Morgan Stanley, Frank Partnoy, and author of F.I.A.S.C.O, Infectious Greed, The Match King, and most recently WAIT:The Art and Science of Delay, was our guest on July 15th. Frank is currently a practicing corporate lawyer and leading world expert on market regulations. He is also a frequent commentator for The Financial ... Read more
  • Honoring Theodor Geisel, Dr. Seuss at the La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla

    July 10, 2012
    Ted Geisel had a favorite booth at the La Valencia Hotel, and his wife Audrey, closest friends and family gathered together on Sunday July 8th, 2012 to dedicate a plaque to the beloved man whose pen name was Dr. Seuss. The idea of a plaque was the brainchild of Richard’s co-host Joe Vecchio, and the ... Read more
  • Sports Broadcast Host Dick Enberg Joins the Radio Program

    July 5, 2012
    Listen to Podcast of the Show Legendary sportscasters Dick Enberg joined our radio program on July 8th, 2012. Enberg continues a long career in calling sports events on NBC, CBS, and ESPN. He is particularly well-known for his 28 year long stint at Wimbledon, but he has done sports commentary on many sports including basketball, baseball, ... Read more
  • Learn About Government Bond Debt: UBS Bonds and Securities Expert Thomas McLoughlin Talks on Internet Radio

    June 27, 2012
    Tom McLoughlin is Head of Municipal Research, leading research and strategy efforts within the municipal bond market. He currently serves as a member of the Wealth Management Research Management Committee. Prior to joining UBS, Tom spent more than 25 years in the public finance field, most recently as CEO of National Public Finance Guarantee Corporation. Prior ... Read more
  • San Diego Bankers Dan Yates, Steven Sefton and Sean Puckett Join the Show for the Second Part of Our Sunday Double-Header

    June 23, 2012
    On Sunday June 24th, Richard and Joe welcomed Dan Yates, Steven Sefton, and Sean Puckett of Regents Bank to their financial radio talk show. Regents Bank is the newest sponsor of It’s Your Money, Not Theirs. Dan Yates is a native San Diegan and a graduate of SDSU. He has been in banking for 32 ... Read more
  • Title IX Heroine Alice Hill Talk Radio Podcast Interview

    June 20, 2012
    Sunday night, June 24th, It’s Your Money, Not Theirs hosted a double-header. Alice Hill joined the show. Ms. Hill was a talented athlete herself, but she made history when she was the Director of Women’s Athletics at Colorado State University. From her website, She was the first Director of Women’s Athletics in the first year women ... Read more
  • Kathy Kinane Title IX Article

    June 18, 2012
    The co-founder of the Move Your Feet Before You Eat Foundation, Kathy Kinane wrote an editorial for the San Diego Union Tribune that ran in the opinion section. As 50-year-old women, my friends and I are keenly aware of those who came before us, and the people – both women and men – who voted ... Read more
  • The Voice of the Padres and the San Diego Rockets Jerry Gross

    June 14, 2012
    Whatever happened to Jerry Gross? Walk through San Diego Padres history with a riveting interview with broadcaster Jerry Gross. Jerry is a sports broadcasting icon in San Diego. He was the first announcer of San Diego’s original basketball team, now the Houston Rockets. Gross was also the announcer for the Padres when they became an ... Read more
  • Women’s Tennis Player Billie Jean King Title IX Documentary

    June 13, 2012
    ESPN is unveiling the top 40 female athletes of the past 40 years and featured will be former student-athlete and International Tennis Hall of Famer Billie Jean King. In 1990, Life Magazine named Billie Jean King as one of the most important Americans of the 20th century. The documentary will debut on ESPN2 on June 23 ... Read more
  • Professional Athlete – Women’s Basketball Player Ann Meyers Drysdale

    June 6, 2012
    On Sunday, June 10th, Richard and Joe interviewed Ann Meyers Drysdale who has a long list of ground-breaking athletic accomplishments. She was the second woman to earn a full four-year scholarship to UCLA, and the only woman to ever sign a contract with an NBA team, the Indian Pacers in 1979. Meyers Drysdale is currently ... Read more