The Morning Show May 7 – 11

As California’s primary day (Tuesday June 5) fast approaches, just four weeks from Tuesday, KRXA continues its unmatched political coverage.  At the Morning Show, we’re doing our part, with candidates scheduled throughout the week.  I’m in Maryland through May 19, so call me at (888) KRXA-540 to be part of the Morning Show.

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Remember the Morning Show airs Monday through Friday 8-10am only on KRXA and streaming live at

Finally, as promised my long-awaited written explanation for the frequently maligned and infrequently praised programming decision that is fast approaching will be posted shortly at

Here’s what’s on tap:


Monday –

8:30 – California’s 27th Assembly Representative and Senate candidate Bill Monning joins us for a weekly update on the state of our Golden State.

9 – P.G. Mayor and supervisorial aspirant Carmelita Garcia returns to the show to discuss the race for Monterey County Supervisor District 5 which includes Monterey, Pacific Grove, Carmel, Carmel Valley, Big Sur and parts of Salinas.

9:30 – The Grove Market’s Lori Taylor makes your mouth water describing the delicious lunches and prepared foods available every day and KRXA’s longest-running sponsor.

Tuesday –

8 – Monterey County Supervisor District 4, Jane Parker, will be on to discuss her campaign for reelection.

9:20 – Arlen Grossman’s Quotation Quotient is your opportunity to win a great prize.  Don’t miss Arlen’s column in the Leisure Section of every Sunday’s Monterey Herald.  Read Arlen’s latest musings at

9:45 – Juan Escamilla from Wilson’s Tire and Service joins us for Car Talk.  Call Juan at (831) 476-0370.

Wednesday –

8 – Articleman from helps us make sense of the bewildering political landscape.

9 – Sheriff Scott Miller joins us for our monthly “Ask the Sheriff” segment.

9:45 – Eric Peterson from the Monterey County Green Party is on for the weekly Green Party segment.  Eric is running for Congress against a long-time incumbent.

Thursday –

9:30 – Glenn Sadowsky from Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork provides his holistic health perspective.

Friday with Coach/Friday Free-for-all +

8 – 9 – Friday with Coach

9 –  Michael Baetge from SC41 Furniture in Soquel joins us to discuss sustainble style for the rest of your life.


And, every morning when the markets are open at 8:33 or so, we have the Integrated Wealth Counsel Market Report.  Learn more about award-winning Investment Advisor Integrated Wealth Counsel at

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1 Response to The Morning Show May 7 – 11

  1. ALICIA O'NEILL says:

    I was wondering if KRXA was taking a position or planning a conversation on the issue (prop 28) of term limits for our legislators. I haven’t yet come to a conclusion on this. Another issue is blue dog senator Dianne Feinstein (who didn’t meet a trade deal she didn’t like). I’m looking at the other democrats. Unfortunately the Greens didn’t run someone. Too bad Eric Petersen didn’t run against her. Don’t know why he chose to compete with Sam, who is a fine public servant, whereas Dianne I feel should be replaced.

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