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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.  


Apr 29, 2017

What can you say about the first 100 days of this era we call Trump.  Dom, Rafael, and Alex try to wrap their heads around what these first 100 days of been and like the Trump Administration it comes out scattered.  How does one speak cohesively about that which has little cohesion?  This episode ends up being a mixed...

Apr 29, 2017

Salinas is far from an affordable place to live and a big reason why is we have more people crammed into a city that doesn't have enough housing to hold everyone. Getting housing built, especially affordable housing, is never easy and so this week we speak to Matt Huerta, Salinas City Planning Commission member....

Apr 28, 2017

El arte callejero de artista Joey Martinez nos abre otras dimensiones del universo donde viajamos por galaxias y agujeros negros en universos infinitos que existen en una célula... Se atreven viajar con nosotros?

Apr 22, 2017

Art is meant to provoke conversation and that is certainly the case this week as we sit down with local artist, Joey Martinez.  For those of you that attended the recent Cesar Chavez March, you probably noticed his larger than life sculpture, "La Aguila Negra," that was on loan to the march from Oasis School....

Apr 18, 2017

Right off the bat, Rafael regrets letting his friends know to tune in the show as this week we have no guest.   And when we have no guest, well...things tend to be a bit loose and more profane, rather than profound.  That being said, the entire crew, Dom, Walter, Raj, and Rafael spend an hour wandering from topics of...