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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.

Apr 24, 2012

By Andrew Donohue

In the latest episode of VOSD Radio, we focus on what people on the street and in the neighborhoods are telling us is important to them. In City Heights, it's getting registered to vote and just crossing the street. In Grantville, it's the fear of becoming another Mission Valley. And in Rancho Bernardo...


Apr 16, 2012

By Andrew Donohue

Sam Ollinger is a leader in a group that seems to be growing in influence around San Diego — the bike lobby. She's managed to accumulate her clout the new-fashioned way. She hasn't donated a dime, but she pestered the mayoral candidates on Twitter to come up with plans for making San Diego more...


Apr 10, 2012

By Andrew Donohue In the latest episode of VOSD Radio, Scott Lewis and I chase down all the contortions the hotel-room tax increase has had to go through to avoid a public vote (in the wake of our public-records battle with the city). We touched on the week I spent in the newest San Diego City Council district — which...


Apr 3, 2012

By Andrew Donohue Recently we've been focused on the confrontational, hard-line approach adopted by the teachers union at San Diego Unified School District. Now, the top two officials credited with that shift have been sidelined. In the latest edition of VOSD Radio, reporter Will Carless and I talk about what...