Friday, March 27, 2015

SUP 3-27-14 feat April King from SPCA of Monterey County

This episode our guest is April King from the SPCA of Monterey County. April is the community outreach coordinator, you probably have heard her on 104.3 The Hippo or Sundays on KSBW. She didn't bring any animals this time, but she teaches us all about the SPCA and their various local programs the offer. She also explains how each SPCA branch is individually operated and run strictly on donations from the community. If you ever had any questions about the SPCA or how to get involved this is the episode to listen to.

Monday, March 23, 2015

SUP 3-23-15 feat LaSofaQueen

In this episode we welcome poet-turned rapper and Salinas native LaSofaQueen. She is getting ready to head out to Los Angeles on May 1-3 to compete in TeamBackpacks  Mission Underground competition. We get her Salinas story and find out how she turned her poetry into rap songs. We also discuss Cujos band Warcorpse opening up for Metalachi in Santa Cruz and your usual Salinas Underground banter.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

SUP 3-9-15 Droughts and Lowriders

This week we bring you another on location edition of Salinas Underground. Isaac from Street Low Magazine was gracious enough to give us three all-access passes to last Sundays car show, and we took full advantage. Listen as we discuss the Mountie hat of what could possibly be the oldest police officer in the Salinas PD, a fruit stand with more flavors than there's fruit in the world and interview two young rap artists from the bay area. From San Jose we talk to Outrageous Karina and from Oakland we talk to Freddy Benz. Oz also goes in depth, talking about the recently approved Ferini Ranch and Harper Canyon subdivisions, that will be built around Toro Park.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

SUP 3-1-15 feat Local Urban Gardeners

In this episode we welcome the Local Urban Gardeners. They are a group from Salinas that have an idea of putting a garden and learning lab at Natividad Creek Park. We talk about the origins of the group and the goal of the learning lab. In a city like Salinas that calls itself the Salad Bowl of the world, we should have community gardens in every neighborhood.