In the early hours of the morning January 28th 1903 a communication error at tiny Vail Station led to the worst rail disaster in Arizona history. On Tales of the Esmond Train Wreck, we talk with J.J. Lamb President of the Vail Preservation Society and Bill Kalt Railroad Historian and Author of Tucson Was A Railroad Town.
Chris asks why kids are committing terrible crimes in Tucson. Then, what’s “fangirling?” Chris explains.
Zach sits down with Pima County Supervisor Rex Scott to talk about the Kino sports complex expansion, Fight for $15, differential water rates, economic growth and affordable housing. Then, Jason Robinson comes in to studio for Financial Fridays, to discuss side hustles and the gig economy, and what people need to know as they’re jumping in!
Retired Maj. Gen. Ted Maxwell, president and CEO, Southern Leadership Council and Southern AZ representative on the AZ Dept. of Transportation Board. Also, Pima Community College Chancellor Lee Lambert and Adriana Kong, market president for Bank of America in Tucson and Southern AZ.
Rent prices have risen sharply!
Walter Blackman, Republican Congressional Candidate, CD-1; Randy Pullen, Former Chairman, Arizona GOP
New Operating System from Microsoft
Do you know how to tell the difference between a trend and a fad? If you invest in trends you can be ahead of competitors and make lots of money. If you invest in fads the bottom could fall out and you could lose it all. So understanding the difference has enormous implications for the success of your investments.
This podcast offers insight into current events, describing them as trends or fads, then explains how you can determine which is which. Using these benchmarks could make all the difference in your future results.
Matt Klink, GOP Consultant; Don Jorgenson, Democratic Strategist
Joshua Henkin, author, “Morningside Heights”
Patrick Lopez, MPG Automotive
Dr. Karley Schneider, Ironwood Dental
Brian BeeBee and Arlene Kanyes