San Diego Symphony's second night of the Masterworks season showcased the power of place and personality
Garrett Harris noon, Oct. 13
For many in the north-central Kansas town of Concordia, the 67-turbine Meridian Way Wind Farm has brought the most excitement and economic promise they have seen in decades. Eight miles south of town, the wind turbines tower over 20,000 acres of wheat fields and pastures. On a clear day, the three-megawatt generating turbines — the largest on-shore models in the United States — can be seen for miles.
Barbarella on "Easter Eggs and Brunches" for KPBS's These Days
Hear what Barbarella, a veteran psychiatrist/author, and callers had to say about the resolution concept on "These Days" with Maureen Cavanaugh.
Clinical psychologist discusses family bonding on a budget.
Victor Rice discusses his cover story, "Do You Live Close to Snoop Dogg?"
KUSI Style Reporter Leonard Simpson shares his fashion sense in conjunction with this week's cover story.
Rosa Jurjevics discusses her cover story on gun control.
Matthew Lickona expands on What's So Funny? Ken Leighton discusses pot smoking during reggae shows at the Del Mar Fair as written about in his Blurt article.
Tom Larson shares an inside look at the marketing departments of local hospitals in this week's cover story. Don Bauder discusses his City Lights piece on San Diego City's Employee Retirement System.
Don Bauder talks about the El Cajon Scam. Robert Marcos discusses his cover piece "Stay Away from Pinto Canyon."
Craig Rose discusses the controversy surrounding SDG&E's proposed Sunrise Powerlink. Josh Board talks about Off the Cuff.
Mike Vinn, La Jolla Comedy Store. Advertiser for 14 years.
A little piece from a select group of clients.