The Friday Focus interview is with Sahuarita Mayor Tom Murphy, with host Dan Shearer of the Green Valley News/Sahuarita Sun, and Dylan Smith of TucsonSentinel.com. Then, Matt Russell, Inside Tucson Business, helps us prepare for the weekend.
Guest host Ben Buehler-Garcia talks with two relatively new non-profit organizations: Jessica Brewer, Vice President of Caleb’s Assist, an organization helping local youth afford participation in athletics and Deborah Plum, co-founder of Base Camp for Veterans, a unique reintegration program for Veterans using wild mustangs.
Ryan Hansen guest hosts, kicking off the show with a conversation with Bill Buckmaster on his vacation in Hawaii. Plus, Michele Saegesser of Viking Cruises and Marc Telio of Entrée Destinations.
Dan Gibson guest hosts with a conversation with Irene McKisson of local news startup AZ Luminara on new paths to report news and what her organization is looking to cover. Plus Amanda Powers of FC Tucson on her team’s match this Friday, her experience in Tucson so far, and where she hopes to take the club.
The Monday Political Face-off features Shelley Kais and Aaron Rottenstein. Then guest host Dan Shearer is joined by author Carew Papritz, who helped usher a Green Valley school into the Guiness Book of World Records.
The Friday Focus interview is with Sharon McDonough, director of Tucson’s Public Safety Communications Department. Also, Eddie Celaya, Arizona Daily Star and Matt Russell, Inside Tucson Business.
Pima County Supervisor Rex Scott. Plus, the monthly Sun Corridor Inc. CEO Interview Series resumes with Bill Rodewald, senior vice president of Schnitzer Properties
Guests include former Arizona Department of Health Director Will Humble and Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham.
Guests include Judy Lowe, interim CEO, Tucson Association of Realtors, Financial Consultant Shelly Fishman, Bill Spurbeck CPR-2-U and Margaret Regan, arts writer, Tucson Weekly.
The Monday Political Face-off features Bob Westerman and Bonnie Heidler, Denisse Alvarez, director of Operations for the Better Business Bureau and Dr. Mark Sykes, CEO, Tucson-based Planetary Science Institute.