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Videos for July 2014
Dr. Joseph Abramowitz discusses his conception for diagnosing, preventing, and treating Alzheimer's Disease in humans through focusing on thyroid hormone, tri-iodothyronine (T3).
Charles McPherson, San Diego resident and "ranking bebop alto sax player in modern mainstream jazz," talks saxophone and demonstrates technique with his 60s-era Selmer saxophone.
Iglesias sits down with movie critic Scott Marks to discuss The Fluffy Movie.
Mindi Post and her family talk about life in San Diego versus life in Bremerton, Washington.
Israeli Opera Fest had to break for the regional Muslim call to prayer on the PA system.
Jeffrey Sakali returns to the Fry's parking lot where he had been in an physical altercation with two strangers, beaten by one of them, and then subsequently detained by Sergeant Kenneth Davis.
In the past 15 years, San Diego’s Citizens’ Review Board on Police Practices has been criticized by not one but two San Diego Grand Jury reports. Former member Jude Litzenberger believes strongly that the citizens’ review board can make a great contribution to public oversight of police work. Yet, she is one of the board’s severest critics. She discusses her experience in this video.