For this special Holiday episode of our program, we once again set up our instant studio at the Gold Dust Lounge new Fisherman’s Wharf location to tape our VIDEO and RADIO program’s December show. The Radio version aired Dec 21st on TALK 910 and Dec 22nd, on 960 KNEW, an worldwide on iHeart Radio. The radio edit is archived below this post. This Video version, with extra content in four segments, is produced by MySourceTV.com.
This year-end episode includes Special Guests, Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, SF Police Chief Greg Suhr, and Marcus Osbourne of Straight Male Friend and Breathe Radio. Even our Q&A with the Happy Hour crowd included a Special Guest, “Foodie Chap” Liam Mayclem! Topics include an insightful chat with Gov Gav in Parts 1 & 2 on why public service technology fails us under the current industrial / low bid / insider paradigm, and how to fix the problem going forward. In Part 3, our Police Chief discusses his department’s support for the annual Christmas Eve Toy Drive at Lefty O’Doul’s, How The Bat Kid saved San Francisco and AEDs. Marcus, who is also a radio movie reviewer, joins us in Part 4 with his list of the Top Ten Holiday Movies of all time.
We had a lot of laughs, and you will, too! Click video files below to watch. Special Thanks to our sponsor Lefty O’Doul’s Drink Mixes. Thank you for watching or listening and best wishes in 2014.
Part 1 – Guest lieutenant governor Gavin Newsom joins. Topics include Obama’s image, Fidel Castro, titles in office and more
Part 2 – San Francisco Lieutenant Governor and author of Citizenville Gavin Newsom talks about citizens taking part in government to give people more choices in government services. Topics also include Obamacare, the Bay Bridge, Newt Gingrich, Eric Cantor, antiquated technology in government, government overspending, procurement and more
Part 3 – With special guest, San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr. Topics include Batkid, Toys For Tots, San Francisco traffic problems and more
Part 4 – Marcus Osborne from The Straight Male Friend Show gives us his top 10 holiday movie list and they take questions from the audience. Topics include, gentrification of San Francisco, rising rents, cab companies in competition with ride sharing services like Lyft, Sidecar and Uber