Days before Election Day 2020, San Diego mayoral candidates Barbara Bry and Todd Gloria join The Cantore Show. #VOTE
Rubio’s, a chain of more than 150 Mexican eateries known for fish tacos, has filed for bankruptcy protection citing restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"COVID-19 has had a significant impact on Rubio's, like most businesses, and I'm proud of how we have responded to the challenge," co-founder Ralph Rubio said in a statement. "This restructuring plan creates the long-term financial stability we need to continue to serve our communities for years to come."
In other words, Rubio's isn't going away. Here to discuss with The Cantore Show, the King of the Fish Taco himself. Ralph Rubio. Still a shareholder, Ralph co-founded Rubio’s in 1983 after trips to Mexico when he was a student at San Diego State University.
Also, fine dining power couple Brett Dudley and Cassie Dudley joins the show to discuss Pure Meal Prep San Diego. Together they’re taking the food delivery industry to the next level.
In this ep, Cantore is straight vibin' with the internet's new hero, Nathan Apodaca -- better known as 420Doggface208, or the cranberry juice-drinking Fleetwood Mac lip-syncing skateboarder.
Cantore is joined by longtime radio friend AJ Machado to discuss his new online radio station x platform AJ and SARA RADIO. AJ and Sara turned their radio show into a radio station. You can now wake up with AJ and Sara weekday mornings from 7-10 a.m. (p.s.t.) and listen to San Diego’s Favorite Hit Music all day.
Before talking to AJ, Chris to talks to Tonya Mantooth, CEO and Artistic Director of the San Diego International Film Festival. Reimagined for 2020, the hybrid virtual x drive-in festival starts October 15th.