Legendary San Diego broadcaster Jim McInnes joins Cantore to discuss the early days of radio (AKA sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll,) as well as San Diego in the 70's and the gnarly health battles he's conquered. Good shit.
Also, Cantore shares a life lesson learned from Kelly Slater during the Pipe Masters and the return of Rob Molt, super critic.
Brought to YEW! by Torrey Holistics, South Coast Surf Shops, and SurfersHealing.org
When it comes to sports media, few people stay as busy as Scott Kaplan. Since 2001, Kaplan has been a steady presence on San Diego radio where he's worked opposite former San Diego Charger Billy Ray Smith (currently on The Mighty 1090) -- as well as for Westwood One as an NFL sideline reporter.
Having worked with Kaplan at the San Diego Union Tribune and The Mighty 1090 (for a very short time,) Cantore talks media (mostly radio) with Kaplan, as well as parenthood and significant life changes.
This episode is brought to YEW! by SurfersHealing.org, TorreyHolistics.org, and SouthCoastSurf.com
Matt Pinfield, former host of MTV's “120 Minutes,” radio personality and rock journalist, joins Cantore to discuss his latest "restart" after falling hard after Chris Cornell's suicide. Also, Matt shares what keeps him healthy today and all the rad stuff he's working on including the 2 Hours with Matt Pinfield podcast.
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Paul Segura, Masterbrewer at Karl Strauss, talks about his trajectory as a renowned brewmaster, as well as the history of THE man himself, Karl Strauss. Also, Segura provides great insight on beer culture. CHEERS!
Renowned tattoo artist Fip Buchanan of Avalon Tattoo II in North Park, the first and most established custom tattoo shop in San Diego, discusses his beginnings as a tattoo artist, along with his place in San Diego tattoo history, and the ever-changing trends in the industry.
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Josh Landan, the founder of San Diego's Saint Archer Brewing, joins Cantore to discuss his early days as a surf filmmaker, his time at Saint Archer (before selling and bailing,) and his new endeavor, Villager Water.
Our first episode recorded in the #YEWbus, Cantore talks to surfer IZZY PASKOWITZ about devoting his life to his son Isaiah, who was diagnosed with autism at age three.
IZZY (and his wife Danielle) are the founders of Surfers Healing, a non-profit organization that teaches children with autism how to surf.
IZZY's dad is surfing legend / Stanford M.D. Dorian “Doc” Paskowitz who instead of living in a house, lived in a small camper with his wife and nine kids, traveling in search of waves. (Check out the awesome Surfwise documentary to learn more.)
On the road with his "STAGES" podcast, Lance Armstrong calls in to discuss his new path as an insanely popular podcaster, and how to move forward when faced with adversity. Additionally, Lance talks about the art of not giving a fuck.
Slightly Stoopid, the Ocean Beach-based jam band led by co-founders and multi-instrumentalists Kyle McDonald and Miles Doughty, have been going strong for 23 years.
In this episode, Cantore drops by Miles' house in Point Loma to talks family, San Diego, and the future of the band.
A regular judge on "Guy's Grocery Games" on Food Network and the food critic for San DiegoMagazine, Troy Johnson joins Cantore for a candid conversation about mental health, divorce, and life as a National TV personality living in O.B.
Del Mar's Pepe Romero Jr. grew up immersed in wood shop + classical guitar which led to his passion in guitar building. Along the way, Pepe fell in love with the Ukulele and adapted his classical guitar building to the Hawaiian instrument with great success -- building uke's for Jack Johnson + Ben Harper.
Recorded at his home in Carmel Valley, Sam The Cooking Guy shares his amazing transition from BioTech dude to national TV personality.
The youngest of nine, artist Joshua Ben Paskowitz recalls the ups-and-downs of his unique / magical upbringing in a surf RV with the first family of surfing.
Not as "Hollywood" as its sometimes portrayed, Josh gets deep with personal struggles, including the final moments with his dad, legendary surfer Doc Paskowitz (RIP)
Born + raised in Rancho Penasquitos, Scott Russo has fronted Unwritten Law for a quarter century, and he would tell you, he's lucky to be alive.
Recorded at professional skateboarder Danny Way's house in Encinitas, Scott talks about his early years with the band, sobriety, and recent health issues.
Cantore discusses signing on at the Mighty 1090 + the baggage surrounding his quotes in the San Diego U-T.
Ralph Rubio drops by for National Burrito Day with the story of Rubio's, + $5 burritos !!