“The Indy” is the Santa Barbara Independent's new podcast, hosted by Molly McAnany.
Ep. 9: Dalai Lama, Vineyard Workers, and Mandated Vax in Santa Barbara
This episode of The Indy features Charles Donelan on the Dalai Lama, Matt Kettmann on vineyard workers, and Delaney Smith on mandatory vaccines in colleges.
Ep. 8: SBCC’s Promise Program, a Panga Boat Drug Bust Goes to Trial, and a Mural for Earth Day at the Paseo Nuevo in Santa Barbara
This episode of The Indy features Delaney Smith on the SBCC Promise program, Tyler Hayden following the case of a panga boat drug bust at Arroyo Burro Beach, and Charles Donelan talking with Claudia Borfiga and Adriana Arriaga, the artists responsible for the mural “ Nurture our Mother” at the Paseo Nuevo.
Ep 7: Summer Camp, Casa de Comer’s Salsa, and Hazard Pay for Grocery Workers
In this week's episode of The Indy, we hear about upcoming summer camps happening in Santa Barbara, the Comer family’s hit salsa, and the debate of including grocery workers in hero pay.
Ep. 6: Fresh Faces for Earth Day, Police Violence, and Climate Change Protest
In this week's episode of The Indy, Matt Kettman talks about eight new environmental leaders in the Santa Barbara region, Tyler Hayden discusses two instances of questionable police violence, and two student activists share details about an ongoing Project 9 campaign.
Ep. 5: Introducing Evidation Health, Santa Barbara’s New Billion-Dollar Baby
In this week's episode of The Indy, Senior Editor Tyler Hayden discusses the digital health network that was created nine years ago at a kitchen table on Voluntario Street and is now worth more than $1 billion.
Ep. 4: Nick Welsh on Lawanda Lyons-Pruitt and the Housing vs. Height Debate
This week's episode of The Indy features Nick Welsh’s cover story on the regional director of the NAACP, Lawanda Lyons-Pruitt who has been promoting vaccinations among people of color, and the city council debates raising the skyline.