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Call It What You Will Salinas

Welcome to Call It What You Will.  This is a show that focuses on politics and social issues here in Salinas and our neighboring communities.  We aim to provide interviews that give listeners a more in-depth perspective on local leaders in government and the community.  We are not limited by the word count of a newspaper article or the time constraints of a tv news report.  We are simply some people sitting at a table having a conversation that we hope you find interesting and most of all, informative.  

Our show usually has two formats.  When we have a guest, our show focuses on having those conversations that we hope bring you a better understanding of the politics and social issues of our community.  When we don't have a guest, we tend to just sit around the table and have those random conversations about politics that happen when one sits at a bar sharing a few drinks with friends.  

 

Sep 20, 2017

Around the world Ciclovìa festivals are held.  Streets are closed for pedestrians and bicyclists to have free reign to travel.  Booths and activities are set up for the community to take part in.  What makes Salinas Ciclovìa unique, is that our local festival is completely youth organized.  If you have gone an...


Sep 14, 2017

How hard do you have to look sometimes to see yourself on the tv screen, on the theater screen, or even on a stage at a play?  This week we speak with xago, a longtime Salinas resident that has been active in the arts in our community.  Currently, he is teaching a teatro class at the Monterey County Youth Center to work...


Sep 12, 2017

Understaffed and overworked, members of the Salinas Fire Department are on pace to answer 14-15,000 calls this year.  Salinas is home to 76 firefighters at the taping of this episode and there is room for at least 9 more.  Being understaffed by 9 firefighters may not sound like a lot, but realize that Salinas...


Sep 6, 2017

On September 4th, 2017, a Labor Day Rally and March was held in Watsonville.  Union members and allies from Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito Counties gathered across the street from the Plaza to raise awareness on the threat that Labor is facing and to share information and food as people gathered.  Take a...


Sep 1, 2017

This episode, Dom sits down with Marcos Cabrera from the Monterey County Youth Media Project.  This was a 2 week course that local students could participate in to learn from industry professionals on how to become better journalists.  This free program for high school and college students brought in veteran journalists...