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The Voice of San Diego Podcast

VOSD’s Friday roundup of the past week’s news in brief, featuring interviews with special guests and more.

Jan 30, 2012

By Andrew Donohue We've passed the days of task forces and planning for the Convention Center expansion and are now getting into the gritty details: how exactly it will be paid for and whether it can actually be done. In the latest VOSD Radio, Scott Lewis and I talk about what could still sink the expansion plans and...


Jan 25, 2012

Is it a sign housing has finally hit bottom? By Scott Lewis

In 2004, Rich Toscano launched Professor Piggington's Econo-Almanac for the Landed Poor. I asked him the other day to explain why he did it:

In order to inform my own financial decisions, I became very interested in the question of whether real estate was in...


Jan 19, 2012

We tried something new for this episode of VOSD Radio: half-baked ideas. They're things that have popped into our heads that might help San Diego. As the name suggests, they're not all the way thought through. There's no formal plan. But if talked about, they could lead to something — a semi-interesting conversation...


Jan 9, 2012

In the latest edition of VOSD Radio, Scott Lewis and Andrew Donohue discuss Mayor Jerry Sanders' silence in the Snapdragon Stadium fallout, as well as its impact on a new Chargers stadium and the momentum behind combining that stadium with the Convention Center expansion. We also hand out the Hero (Bonnie Dumanis)...


Jan 2, 2012

In the latest episode of VOSD Radio, Andrew Donohue and Scott Lewis continue to pull the thread that Lewis has been tugging on regarding the possibility of public ownership in the Chargers. Specifically, they take on why the NFL has outlawed public ownership and how the Chargers suggest it's incumbent on the taxpayers...