EAST COUNTY MAGAZINE RADIO SHOWS FOR AUGUST ARE POSTED: LISTEN NOW!

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August 31, 2013 (San Diego’s East County) -- Podcasts of our August radio show broadcasts are now posted online -- so you can listen to shows you missed them on the airways.  Click "read more" below  to open and then scroll down for  links to each show with a lineup of  guests.

Our show schedule has changed. It now runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and repeats on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on KNSJ 89.1 FM.  If you can’t hear the signal, you can listen live at www.knsj.org or click “read more” below and scroll down to hear podcasts of past shows.  We welcome your feedback and suggestions for future shows!

 

Friday, August 30, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/v7risk5n05/ecmshowaug30-2013.mp3

 

  • Newsmakers:  Amber Bernal, founder, San Diego Committee for Prisoner Rights, on prison hunger strike over extended solitary confinement in violation of United Nations policy
  • Capitol Report: March on Washington commemorates 50th anniversary of civil rights march
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Local government report: Council sets date for mayoral special election
  • Job Talks:  Cindy Gompers-Graves, South County Economic Development Corp. on “Future Vision” project
  • Station ID
  • County Animal Services reduces adoption fee for cats in September
  • Vines and Wines:  Don Rutkoff, wine educator/teacher
  • Sounds of History: Carl Calvert, on the Motor Transport Museum in Campo, part II
  •  Bookshelf:  Antonio F.. Vianna, author ,screenplay writer and instructor
  • Weekend weather report: Flash flood watch
  • Destination East County: Labor Day weekend festivals and events
  • Public service announcement: County cool zones
  • Closing credits

 

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/pu2377uq02/ecmshowaug28-2013.mp3

 

  • CHP responds to ECM inquiry on stuck truck
  • Scammers, schemers and swindlers:  mortgage modification frauds
  • Tribal Beat: Bonnie LaChappa, Barona, on the Barona Pow-Wow and the Barona Museum
  • News report: Sheriff warns public about Craigslist robberies
  • Destination East County: Labor Day weekend festivals and events
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Public service announcement:   nonprofit KNSJ’s East County Magazine show
  • Station ID
  • Green Scene:  ECM investigations finds link between dust storms in Southwest, industrial wind and solar projects
  • Offbeat report:  Rudy Reyes, Cedar Fire survivor, on his experience on a reality cooking show
  • Ready, Set, Grow:  How to attract hummingbirds and butterflies
  • Bookshelf: Antonio F. Vianna, author ,screenplay writer and instructor
  • Public service announcement:  Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Closing credits

 

Monday, August 26, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/blm8r43gt2/ecmshowaug26-2013.mp3

 

  • Flash flood watch and flood news updates
  • Special report: Resignation of Mayor Bob Filner
  • Public service announcement: KNSJ’s nonprofit East County Magazine show
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Station iD
  • Interview with Nadin Abbott, ECM /KNSJ reporter on media coverage of mayoral scandal
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Green Scene:  Second dust storm strikes Ocotillo; ECM investigation finds apparent links between dust storms in Southwest and industrial wind/solar projects nearby
  • Farmers voice concerns over Farm Bill provisions’ impacts on family farms
  • Bookshelf:  Antonio F. Vianna, author and screenplay writer
  • Ready, Set, Grow:  Trees that I love
  • Closing credits

 

 

Friday, August 23, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/k5gpb0kk9w/ecmshowaug23-2013.mp3

 

  • Special report: results of ECM investigation into truck stuck on Highway 94 for two weeks
  • Weekend weather report
  • Green Scene:  Dust storm strikes Ocotillo; latest catastrophe to plague troubled wind project
  • Scammers, schemers and swindlers:  John Mattes reports on mortgage modification frauds
  • People Power: Brian Casner, veteran and author of The Long Walk
  • East County Trivia Quiz
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Public service announcement: KNSJ’s East County Magazine show
  • Public service announcement: County cool zones
  • Station ID
  • Destination East County: This week’s top festivals and events
  • Newsmakers:   Lemon Grove Councilman George Gastil talks about Lemon Grove redevelopment, his 50th birthday “roast”, and his recent visit to Israel and Palestine
  • Closing credits

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/it0otrhsa7/ecmshowaug21-2013.mp3

 

  • Newsmakers: Lemon Grove Councilman George Gastil talks about Lemon Grove redevelopment, his 50th birthday “roast”, and his recent visit to Israel and Palestine
  • Agricultural report:  Wasp to fight citrus psyllid pest
  • Public service announcement for Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Station ID
  • Destination East County:  top festivals and events this week
  • News story:  Assemblywoman Gonzalez introduces AB 1159 to protect immigrants from fraud
  • News story: Pet food recall
  • Bookshelf: Antonio F. Vianna, novelist and screenplay writer
  • Local government report: Ramona Water Board seeks to oust member; El Cajon seeks to restrict alcohol sales
  • East County Eater: Casa de Pico restaurant review
  • Ready, Set, Grow:  Trees that I love
  • Closing Credits

 

Monday, August 19, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/j746ou00c5/ecmshow-aug19-2013.mp3

 

  • Local government report: Ramona Water Board seeks to oust member; El Cajon seeks to restrict alcohol sales
  • Job Talks:   Heartland Youth Build Program
  • Sounds of History:  Carl Calvert, Motor Transport Museum on efforts to restore four buildings at Camp Lockett State Historic Park
  • Green Scene:   David Bittner, eagle expert hired by wind industry is sentenced for illegal eagle take, ordered to turn over years of missing data
  • Bookshelf:  Ken Kuhlken, award-winning author of 10 books and recipient of National Endowment of Arts fellowship
  • Station ID
  • News story:  Assemblywoman Gonzalez introduces AB 1159 to protect immigrants from fraud
  • Interview with local musician Raelee Nicole
  • Newsmakers: Rick Halsey, Director, Chaparral Institute, on new study that finds fire suppression efforts may be making fires worse
  • Public service announcement for Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Ready, Set, Grow:  Trees that I love
  • Closing credits

 

Friday, August 16, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/y7v43nl5h0/ecmshow-aug16-2013.mp3

 

  • John Kuek, La Maestra and South Sudanese Community Center, on his experiences as a refugee and efforts to help local refugees
  • Motorists’ alert: 805 to shut down this weekend
  • Destination East County: This week’s top festivals and events
  • East County Trivia Quiz
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Public service announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine show on KNSJ
  • Station iD
  • Local government report:  Environmental group lodges complaint over proposed electronic billboard in Santee
  • Newsmaker: Erin Hunt, California Wolf Center in Julian, on concerns over federal proposal to remove grey wolves from Endangered Species protection
  • East County Eater: review of Casa de Pico restaurant
  • Job Talks:  Tom Lemon, San Diego County Building and Construction Trades Council on joint apprenticeship programs for job seekers in construction field
  • Public service announcement for Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Wildest Jobs: Interview with beekeeper Dragon Jurich
  • Closing credits

 

Thursday, August 15, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/d6d51993p4/ecmshow-aug15-2013.mp3

 

  • ECM and KNSJ special report:  Wind turbine noise
  • Newsmakers: Bonnie LaChappa, member of Lakeside Union School District and Barona tribal council, a winner of KNSJ’s People’s Microphone Awards, on education issues
  • East County Eater reviews Casa de Pico restaurant
  • Motorists’ alert: 805 to shut down this weekend
  • Bookshelf:  Ken Kuhlken, award-winning author of 10 books and recipient of National Endowment of Arts fellowship
  • Station ID
  • Destination East County
  • Green Scene:  Bicycle event in San Diego
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Newsmakers: Rick Halsey, Chaparral Institute, on new study  suggesting controlled burns may be making fires worse
  • Public service announcement: Cal Fire, report arsonists
  • Sounds of History:  Carl Calvert, Motor Transport Museum, on efforts to restore four buildings at Camp Lockett State Historical Park in Campo
  • Tribal Beat: Eric Runningpath, Native American dancer
  • Closing Credits

 

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/80g1tif3km/ecmshowaug14-2013.mp3

 

  • Breaking news:  David Bittner, eagle expert hired by wind industry is sentenced for illegal eagle take, ordered to turn over years of missing data
  • Newsmakers: Donna Tisdale, Boulevard Planning Group chair, on her community’s battle to halt big energy projects
  • Public service announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine show on KNSJ
  • Breaking news alert: County Fire Authority threatens to remove all funding if Rural Fire District won’t dissolve and merge with CFA
  • Destination East County:  this week’s top festivals and events
  • Station ID
  • Sounds of History:  Carl Calvert, Motor Transport Museum, on efforts to restore four buildings at Camp Lockett State Historical Park in Campo
  • Job Talks:  Job hunting tips from Antionio Vianna and Reina Menasche
  • Ready, Set Go:  Plants not to plant – part II
  • Interview with ECM intern Sierra Robinson and ECM editor Miriam Raftery on internship opportunities
  • Closing credits

 

 

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/xpj3ab4z09/ecmshow-aug13-2013.mp3

 

  • Breaking news alert:  County Fire Authority threatens to remove all funding if Rural Fire District won’t dissolve and merge with CFA
  • Newsmakers: Rick Halsey, Director, Chaparral Institute, on new study that finds fire suppression efforts may be making fires worse
  • Interview with local musician Raelee Nicole
  • Bookshelf:  Ken Kuhlken, award-winning La Mesa author of 10 books and recipient of National Endowment of Arts fellowship
  • Public service announcement:  Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Public service announcement for KNSJ’s East County Magazine show
  • Station ID
  • Green Scene: Interview with California Wolf Preserve’s Erin Hunt on concerns over federal proposal to delist grey wolves from protection under Endangered Species Act
  • Destination East County – top festivals and events this week
  • Interview: Tom Lemon, nonprofit San Diego County Building Trades Council Family Trades Association on National City Park Apartments and efforts to provide housing for families and veterans in our region
  • Green Scene:  Bladeless wind turbines
  • Public service announcement: KNSJ’s nonprofit East County Magazine show
  • Closing credits

 

Monday, August 12, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/ghuu0s4hm2/ecmshow-aug12-13.mp3

  • Breaking news:  rescue of kidnap victim Hannah Anderson
  • Green Scene:  Erin Hunt, California Wolf Center in Julian, discusses concerns over proposal to delist wolves from Endangered Species list protection
  • Destination East County:  This week’s top festivals and events
  • People Power:  Alex Montoya, Padres manager of Latino affairs and disabilities advocate
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Public service announcement: Cal Fire – report arsonists
  • Public service announcement:  KNSJ’s East County Magazine
  • News story:  CA appellate court upholds San Diego County’s boutique winery ordinance
  • Chaldean Corner: Interview with Father Michael Bazzi, St. Peter Catholic Cathedral, El Cajon
  • Sounds of History: Rosemary Putnam recalls WWII era in Lemon Grove
  • Public service announcement; Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Offbeat Report:  Rudy Reyes, Cedar Fire survivor, on his experience on a reality TV cooking show
  • Agricultural Report: Fascinating Facts on our local agriculture
  • Public service announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine
  • Closing Credits

 

Friday, August 9, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/sq2z819r3l/ecmshowaugust9-2013.mp3

  • Breaking news: vehicle of kidnap suspect James DiMaggio found
  • Newsmakers: Donna Tisdale, Boulevard Planning Group Chair, on concerns over where water is coming from for SDG&E’s Eco-Substation
  • Stuck truck blocks Highway 94, causing delays for hours
  • Destination East County – top festivals and events this week
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts (note, listed twice, need to remove second one without music)
  • Job Talks:  Job hunting tips from Antionio Vianna and Reina Menasche
  • Station ID
  • Newsmakers: Elizabeth Lou, Nile Sisters, winner of United Nations’ Eleanor Roosevelt Award & KNSJ People’s Microphone Award, speaks on her experience as a refugee and now, helping others
  • Agricultural report:  Fascinating facts about our local agriculture
  • Bookshelf :  Lisa Monaco Gonzalez, author-advocate on child safety
  • Closing credits

 

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/xl714s66h9/ecmshowaug7-2013.mp3

  • Newsmakers:  Mark Hanson, PhD, Cedar Fire survivor recalls his experience as 10-year anniversary of the deadly blaze approaches
  • Donation message for nonprofit East County Magazine reporting
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • News story:  Vigil for missing Lakeside children
  • Public Service Announcement for Viejas Wildfire Alerts
  • Supervisors vote to keep fire camps open
  • News story:   military veteran nurse caregiver claims sexual harassment against Mayor Filner
  • Destination East County: top festivals and events this week
  • Station ID
  • Underwriter message: nonprofit Building Trades Council Family Housing Corp.
  • Job Talks:  Job hunting tips from Antonio Vianna and Reina Menasche
  • On the Road in East County: Jacumba Hot Springs
  • reporting and alerts
  • Ready, Set Grow:  Plants not to Plant in your garden (part II)
  • Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Donation message: nonprofit East County Magazine reporting
  • Closing Credits

 

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/ip06y0287t/ecmshowaugust6-2013.mp3

  • Newsmakers:  Bobbie Brink, owner of Lions, Tigers and Bears talks about her efforts to protect  exotic animals including a new bill in Congress
  • Amber Alert: Missing Lakeside children Hannah and Ethan Anderson
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • Destination East County:  Top festivals and events this week
  • Agriculture report:  Facts about agriculture in San Diego County
  • Bookshelf: Lisa Monaco Gonzalez, author of children’s books and the Unbreakable Spirits collection
  • Public  Service Announcement for Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Public Service Anouncement for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire
  • Donation message for nonprofit East County Magazine reporting
  • Station ID
  • Sounds of History:  Bryon Harrington, author of Campo, the Forgotten Gunfight
  • Newsmaker: Judy Ki, animal protection advocate on Farm Bill language to strip away animal rights at state level
  • Announcement of “Rising from the Ashes” benefit for Shrine Camp fire victims
  • Public Service Announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • Public Service Announcement for Viejas Wildfire Alerts
  • Public Service Announcement: County cool zones
  • Closing credits

 

 

Monday, August 5, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/ef22f0yv7y/ecmshowaug5-2013.mp3

  • Newsmakers:  Elizabeth Lou, founder and CEO of Nile Sisters, helping refugee women and their families and winner of the KNSJ People’s Microphone Award and the Eleanor Roosevelt humanitarian award from the United Nations in San Diego
  • Donation message for ECM nonprofit news reporting
  • Station ID
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • Court upholds county’s winery ordinance
  • Public service announcement for Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • News report: Death threat, dead rabbit left at  Lakeside man’s home
  • Ready, Set, Grow:  Plants not to plant (part II)
  • Underwriting message: nonprofit San Diego Building Trades Council Family Housing Corp.
  • Job Talks: Job hunting tips from Antionio Vianna and Reina Menasche
  • Newmakers: John Mattes, “The Investigative Guy” reporter and Much Better Choices representative on his petition calling on officials to get money back for SDG&E ratepayers due to mistakes made by utility at San Onofre
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire
  • Announcement of “Rising from the Ashes” benefit for Shrine Camp Chariot Fire victims
  • Public service announcement for Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Jake Christie interviews ECM wildfire reporter Nadin Abbott on advice for backcountry residents
  • Green Scene report: San Diego City Council approves master plan for San Diego River Park
  • Donation message for ECM nonprofit news reporting
  • Public service announcement from Centers for Disease Control:  Whooping cough vaccine
  • Public service announcement:  County assessor recorder advice for Chariot Fire survivors on tax relief available
  • Closing credits

 

 

 

Friday, August 2, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/b222rcyam4/ecmshowaug2-2013.mp3

  • Newsmakers: Judy Ki, Humane Society of United States, on Farm Bill stripping animal protection measures passed by states
  • Destination East County: top events this week from ice skating nights to fly days
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • CrimeBeat:  Death threat and dead rabbit left at Lakeside man’s home; 4 suspects sought
  • East County Trivia Quiz
  • KNSJ launch party announcement
  • People Power: American  success story : Viktoriya Sinnelnikov, Ukranian immigrant and valedictorian at Cuyamaca College
  • On the Road in East County: Mission Trails Regional Park
  • KNSJ launch party announcement
  • Tribal Beat: Richard Carrico, anthropologist, instructor, and author of Strangers in a Stolen Land on Kumeyaay Native American history in our region
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • Vines and Wines: Ramona Valley Ranch vineyards owners and publisher, Ramona Valley Wine Region magazine
  • Closing credits

 

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Rerun due to station technical issues