Suzanne Taranto-Etheredge is the CEO and President of Culinaria. She has been deeply involved in the San Antonio food scene and being an advocate for improving the visibility and notoriety of it for a decade. She has a lot to say about our city and the scene.
Christian Archer moved to San Antonio in 2005. In 15 years, he has made his mark on local politics, bond projects, and the city’s move politically to the left. He is full of stories and backgrounds of some of the biggest San Antonio stories of the past 15 years.
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Gerry Goldstein has spent his career fighting for what is right. From fighting for conscientious objectors in the Vietnam war era to fighting the Patriot Act’s attack on civil liberties. Gerry is a hero to me personally and a great entertaining guest.
One of the most consistent questions we get is about beekeeping. I am a beekeeper and always learning about it. We asked Molly Keck to come on our show and discuss beekeeping. She taught my class and is full of good information.
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Stefan Bowers walks us through his career as a cook–not “chef.” He discusses the struggles in the industry, the challenges of growing too fast, and his exciting new venture. Stefan is an advocate for his industry workers and a good person who tries hard to build up his colleagues. We had a fun eRead More
Ron Nirenberg is committed to retraining and training San Antonio workers for higher paying jobs. To that end, in November, voters can vote on an initiative creating a fund of $150,000,000 to do just that. The campaign manager for this initiative joins us to discuss this campaign and what it canRead More
Nico LaHood was the Bexar County Criminal District Attorney for one term. During his time, the District Attorney’s office was changed in many ways with the inclusion of new programs. Outside of his time in elected office, he is a well-known criminal defense trial attorney and now hosts a podcastRead More