Hosted by San Diego broadcast veteran Chris Cantore (91X / KPRi / FM949,) CANTORE + YEW! is a one-on-one interview, or deep conversation, with guests ranging from broadcasters to comedians to musicians to entrepreneurs.
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The Cantore Show: David Bronner
David Bronner, Cosmic Engagement Officer (CEO) of Dr. Bronner's, the top-selling natural brand of soap in North America joins The Cantore Show to discuss the more widespread therapeutic use of psilocybin, the psychedelic compound in magic mushrooms.
The Cantore Show: Pablo Cruise
Yacht Rock LEGENDS Pablo Cruise -- Cory Lerios and Dave Jenkins -- sets sail with The Cantore Show.
The Cantore Show: Danny Clinch
Legendary music photographer x documentarian Danny Clinch joins The Cantore Show to discuss his new documentary, All I Can Say. An intimate video-diary of Shannon Hoon, the late lead singer of Blind Melon, the doc tackles fame and the tragedy of addiction.
On IG? Be sure to check out Danny and his immersive art gallery Danny Clinch Transparent.
Also, we check in with Paige McWey Acers, executive director of the San Diego Brewers Guild during San Diego Beer Week -- a 10-Day celebration honoring America's Finest Independent Craft Brewers, November 6th - 15th.
The Cantore Show: Steve Garcia (Emo Brown)
Hyped on what Steve Garcia is doing in the South Bay with Thr3e Punk Ales x Emo Brown Podcast, Cantore invites Steve over to discuss his multiple (rad) endeavors.
The Cantore Show: Todd Gloria x Barbara Bry
Days before Election Day 2020, San Diego mayoral candidates Barbara Bry and Todd Gloria join The Cantore Show. #VOTE
The Cantore Show: Ralph Rubio
Rubio’s, a chain of more than 150 Mexican eateries known for fish tacos, has filed for bankruptcy protection citing restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"COVID-19 has had a significant impact on Rubio's, like most businesses, and I'm proud of how we have responded to the challenge," co-founder Ralph Rubio said in a statement. "This restructuring plan creates the long-term financial stability we need to continue to serve our communities for years to come."
In other words, Rubio's isn't going away. Here to discuss with The Cantore Show, the King of the Fish Taco himself. Ralph Rubio. Still a shareholder, Ralph co-founded Rubio’s in 1983 after trips to Mexico when he was a student at San Diego State University.
Also, fine dining power couple Brett Dudley and Cassie Dudley joins the show to discuss Pure Meal Prep San Diego. Together they’re taking the food delivery industry to the next level.