The story of Ed’s life and career in Tucson radio.
Saturday is Chris’ 50th birthday, and he’s not big on birthdays. So a bunch of Wakies planned an ambush. Congressman Schwiekert was not in on the planning but is on this hour.
Zach sits down with UA economist George Hammond to discuss the local economy, jobs, unemployment numbers, and the many facets of the housing market and eviction crisis right now. Zach talks about Remote Tucson and the need to think bigger in Tucson. The guys from MassMutual discuss stocks for Financial Friday!
Mark Napier, Steve Spain, Eric Sloan, Vince Leach, Steve Christy, Lea Marquez-Peterson, Tiffany Shedd, David Gowan, Brandon Martin; Inside Track Show, 10/31/20
Federal Election Committee
the importance of community space
At a time when print media circulation and advertising revenue continues to nosedive, a Tucson publication, the Arizona Bilingual, is showing positive growth. Alma Gallardo wears many hats as the magazine’s Owner, Publisher and Editor-In-Chief. In 17 years, under Alma’s leadership, Arizona Bilingual has grown its magazine, website and social media platforms from 3,000 readers to 150,000 readers and has successfully expanded its reach across Tucson, Southern Arizona and Sonora, Mexico.
Finding Balance with 28 year Law Enforcement Veteran Rick Tippins
Onita Davis, Wreaths Across America; Mike Grassinger, Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood Asso; Tiane Kennedy, GAP Ministries; Jessie Lugo, Bike in a Box
Rod Brown, Technology Consultant
This week on The SparkCom Podcast, Manny and Adam are joined by Mica Kinder, founder and CEO of Insulin Now. The online pharmacy provides low-cost insulin for uninsured and underinsured diabetes patients, and is the only commercial group in the United States doing so.
Business leaders often think narrowly about innovation, as though it only implies changes to products. But in a business where the product can’t change, Mica demonstrates how necessary and possible it is to find alternative services that fulfill consumer needs. With numerous supply chain players involved in insulin’s production and distribution, and no generic substitutes, the life-saving medication can cost uninsured users between $900 and $1500 per month. Yet Mica found ways to build an affordable service without on-hand inventory and with the support of certified pharmacists, nurses, and diabetes educators. She demonstrates the perseverance and flexibility every entrepreneur needs to provide immensely valuable solutions to widespread problems.
J. Rogers, Democrat Political Consultant; R. Frieze, Democrat Member, Arizona State House; Jim Hannley, Financial Consultant
Rabbi Rachel Adler, 1st female theologian to win a National Jewish Book Award for Jewish Thought, “Tales of the Holy Mysticat: Jewish Wisdom Stories by a Feline Mystic”