Father and Daughter, Eric and Erica Moseley, are advocates for the homeless. They speak with George Alger about their documentary, The Homeless Coronavirus Outreach. They also discuss three classes of homelessness and how to communicate with the homeless.
Regina Crawford speaks with Monique Nowlin about the Ventura County chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), which is the oldest, largest civil rights organization in the world.
Dr. Tesmer, who is a skin care medical director, speaks with George Alger about tips for taking care of your skin, as well as some basic information about laser skin rejuvenation, including who should avoid laser skin treatment.
David Comden speaks with George Alger about how to find purpose and enjoyment in retirement.
High school student, Alex Loza, speaks with Monique Nowlin about his experience learning and living through the pandemic.
Bone Maggot is a metal band based out of Southern California. Since their conception, they’ve captured awards two years in a row for Ventura County’s best metal band.
Fitness Trainer, Carlos Escarcega, speaks with George Alger about the fundamentals of home workouts and how to integrate such as a lifestyle.
Award-winning poet, Alan King, speaks with George Alger about influencing others via poetry.