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Branching Out is a weekly podcast expanding on the stories published in the Acorn Newspapers. Reporters and editors will discuss the impact of the stories they report and delve deeper into the issues affecting their communities.The Acorn Newspapers cover the communities of Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Simi Valley and Moorpark.
 
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Managing editor John Loesing and Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey recap May 11th’s 2022 Candidates Forum for two local races—Ventura County Sheriff and Ventura County Supervisor—appearing on the June 7th ballot. The forum was a collaboration between the Conejo Chamber of Commerce and The Acorn and moderated by Loesing and Jorrey Accompanying …
 
In light of the City of Thousand Oaks’ ongoing debate over changing its law to go from medical-only to adult-use cannabis stores, Westlake Village council member and Legendary Organics dispensary co-owner Ned Davis sits down to talk cannabis and the journey to legalizing local dispensaries with host and Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey. Accom…
 
Host and Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey is joined by Acorn reporter Scott Steepleton. Scott has been covering the Rebecca Grossman preliminary hearing in Van Nuys the past week, which will determine whether Grossman will go to trial for murder charges in the 2020 deaths of two boys in a Westlake crosswalk. Accompanying Links Mother testifie…
 
Host Kyle Jorrey sits down with Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Dawn Megli to discuss the February and March incidents where neo-nazis displayed white supremicist banners on the Borchard Rd. freeway overpass. Megli was on the overpass April 16 when a local retired scientist hung banners of love and positivity in response to the group’s hateful messagi…
 
Host Kyle Jorrey sits down with Camarillo Acorn reporter Makena Huey and Acorn photographer Michael Coons, who were both at the destructive Camarillo blaze that burned down a Hilton that was being built across from the Camarillo Outlets. The trio discuss what happened, how reporters and photographers safely document fires and what’s next for the ch…
 
Moorpark Acorn reporter Makena Huey and Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Dawn Megli are joined via Zoom by Salvador Tumamait Ambriz and Alanna Cronk, two Ventureño Chumash who are part of a movement to revitalize the mitsqanaqan language of their ancestors. Accompanying links: Giving voice to the past Branching Out Find us on Twitter Email us at branch…
 
This episode contains a first-hand account of the war in Ukraine, parts of which may be graphic or upsetting to hear. Listener discretion advised. Moorpark Acorn reporter Makena Huey connected with Ukrainian Oleksander Kostiuchenko via Zoom, who stayed back in Ukraine to fight for his country. Kostiuchenko’s brother, Eugene Kostiuchenko, was a sher…
 
Tyler King, an athletic trainer for Loyola Marymount University’s baseball, water polo and swim teams, joins the Acorn sports staff for an informative and enlightening episode. The Thousand Oaks High School graduate pitched for the Lancers’ baseball squad. King talks about how he pivoted from playing the game to chasing a career within sports, incl…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey and Camarillo Acorn editor Dan Wolowicz break down the story behind Ventura County CEO Mike Powers’ abrupt resignation—and how the Acorn uncovered the truth behind his departure. Accompanying Links: Former Ventura County chief executive was subject of sexual harassment investigation Interim CEO selected from o…
 
The show hits the road. Co-hosts David Lopez and Eliav Appelbaum visit Royal High School’s baseball diamond to chat in the dugout with longtime head coach Dan Maye, who guided the Highlanders to the school’s first CIF-Southern Section baseball championship last season. Accompanying Links: Royal still seeks respect Royal Baseball on Twitter Branchin…
 
Igor Yasno of Calabasas and Lyudmyla Smolyanyuk of Simi Valley, both originally from Ukraine, sit down with host and Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey to speak about the attacks on Ukraine, share stories of loved ones who continue to live there and provide resources for local residents looking for ways to help. Accompanying Links: Fighting for…
 
In this episode of Branching Out Sports, sports editor Eliav Appelbaum sits down with Oaks Christian boys' basketball coach Mark Amaral to discuss the trends of basketball. Amaral has spent over 30 years coaching basketball, with most of his experience coming at the collegiate level. Accompanying Links: Amaral is now in charge Three of a kind SUPPO…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter and Branching Out host Dawn Megli interviews Alexis Temkin, a toxicologist with the Environmental Working Group, about the EWG’s latest analysis of pesticide use in Ventura County, which found that more than 32 million pounds of toxic pesticides were used on farmland in the region between 2015 and 2020. Accompanying Lin…
 
Jenna Becerra, a Pac-12 broadcaster, joins Eliav and David this week. Becerra, a Camarillo native, played prep softball at Westlake High School and collegiately at Stanford University. The three discusses the state of women's sports and softball's leap in popularity in recent years. Accompanying Links Check out Becerra's podcast here Bleav in Softb…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn editor and Branching Out host Kyle Jorrey sits down with Carole Shelton and Lynda Karl of Adelante Comunidad Conejo, a group that advocates for elevating Latino voices in the Conejo Valley. Carole and Lynda recently penned a letter to the editor regarding the Thousand Oaks city council’s anti-hate resolution passed February 22 i…
 
Eliav and David chat with NFL analyst and podcast host Ron Pitts. Pitts, an Agoura Hills resident, talks about Super Bowl XLI and the upcoming NFL draft. Episode Links Run it Again Podcast (Ron Pitts Podcast with former Rams coach Mike Martz) Ron Pitts on Twitter SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Food Share Ventura County 4156 Southbank Road, Oxnard, CA 93606 …
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter and host Dawn Megli sits down with Monica White, CEO and president of Food Share, to discuss food insecurity in Ventura County. Accompanying Links: Food Share of Ventura County Branching Out Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacorn.com SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Food Share Ventura County 4156 Southbank Road, Oxna…
 
Host and TO Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey sits down with Brad and Susan Cristea of Pedals and Pints Brewing in Thousand Oaks and Jeff Walker of Twisted Oak Tavern in Camarillo. Brad and Susan share what it was like to open a day before the shutdown in March 2020, and Jeff shares his experience navigating pandemic regulations as the owner of a restaurant…
 
Host and Camarillo Acorn reporter Alex Wilson talks to Camarillo Mayor Shawn Mulchay about environmental issues including the city's new $66 million desalter, making brackish groundwater safe to drink, and the city's efforts to promote electric vehicles. Background: Desalter facility an oasis Charged up for electric future Firm makes brown waste gr…
 
Host Kyle Jorrey speaks with Matt Trouts of Athens Services via Zoom about the ongoing transition from Waste Management and Harrison trash providers to Athens, as well as proper ways to dispose of compost materials. Accompanying Links: Hiccups litter new hauler’s first week Athens offers council an update New trash hauler starts Monday Branching Ou…
 
Host Kyle Jorrey chats via Zoom with Ben Gallagher, a public information officer for Southern California Edison, to discuss the PSPS program and answer some of the community’s pressing energy and power questions. Background: Power shutoffs expected for Thanksgiving What’s in store for electricity rates? Branching Out Find us on Twitter Email us at …
 
Acorn Newspapers managing editor John Loesing joins the podcast to help break down the impact of redistricting and discuss some of the races the staff will be watching closely. Accompanying Links: Maps shift region’s political landscape Major changes in store for congressional, state districts Parvin to enter race for District 4 Branching Out Find …
 
Branching Out’s David Lopez shares his COVID experience with Acorn reporter Scott Steepleton and host Kyle Jorrey. Steepleton and Jorrey also discuss surging cases, local testing chaos and how local journalists at the Acorn find balance while reporting on COVID. Accompanying Links: District attorney warns against home test price gouging Teachers ha…
 
Melissa Bumstead of Parents vs Santa Susana Field Lab and Denise Duffield of Physicians for Social Responsibility join host Kyle Jorrey to discuss a new documentary they are featured in, "In the Dark of the Valley," that follows the controversial story of the Santa Susana Field Lab cleanup. Accompanying Links: Field Lab Doc Highlights Lack of Trust…
 
Host David Lopez and Acorn sports editor Eliav Appelbaum revisit some of 2021’s best local sports moments, from prep to the Olympic Games. Background Newbury Park High cross country Thousand Oaks High baseball wins CIF title Royal High baseball wins CIF title Agoura High Basketball Advances to first CIF Title Game Oak Park Girls Golf program wins f…
 
YEAR IN REVIEW The Branching Out team revisits their favorite, most memorable and most surprising episodes and guests from the past year. Plus, an homage to some of the funniest moments provided by former Branching Out host/founder Ian Bradley and a special thank-you to our listeners, guests and sponsors. Follow Kyle, Dawn and Allison on Twitter. B…
 
Branching Out legal analyst James Bozajian breaks down developments in two major local murder cases: Rebecca Grossman and Anthony Rauda. Plus, the former Los Angeles County deputy district attorney breaks down what can cause a trial to move slowly and what can be done to change that. Background: Iskander crosswalk underway in Westlake Murder charge…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn editor and Branching Out host Kyle Jorrey and The Acorn reporter Scott Steepleton discuss Southern California Edison's PSPS Thanksgiving Day blackout that left 15,000 homes in Ventura County and more in L.A. County without power for much of the day. Background: Storm packs a punch Dark meat: SCE shut-off leaves 15,000 without po…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Quake Leaves a Path of Ruins across EcuadorAuthor: Maggy Ayala, Kirk SempleNarrator: Caroline MillerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 6 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-19-16Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & CulturePublisher…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: From Sex Object to Gritty Woman: The Evolution of Women in Stock PhotosAuthor: Claire Cain MillerNarrator: Barbara Benjamin-CreelFormat: UnabridgedLength: 6 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 09-09-17Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magaz…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: How Cities Should Take Care of Their Housing ProblemsAuthor: Eric UhlfelderNarrator: Caroline MillerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 5 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 02-21-17Publisher: The New York TimesGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & CulturePublisher…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Anti-Trump Protests, some Violent, Erupt for 3rd Night NationwideAuthor: Melanie Eversley, Aamer Madhani, Rick JervisNarrator: Paige McKinneyFormat: Original RecordingLength: 7 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 11-12-16Publisher: USA TodayGenres: Newspap…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Remembering Joan of Arc, the Original Nasty WomanAuthor: Kat EschnerNarrator: Mark SchectmanFormat: Original RecordingLength: 5 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 01-11-17Publisher: SmithsonianGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, Science & TechnologyPublisher's …
 
Kyle is joined by Helen Cox, sustainability division manager for the City of Thousand Oaks, to discuss the upcoming changes to how recycling/trash pickup is done throughout the state. Plus, she offers details on T.O.'s headline-making transition to a new waste hauler and how that switchover will impact local customers starting Jan. 1. Support the s…
 
Acorn reporter Dawn Megli sits down with Beverly Salazar Folkes, a Chumash and Tataviam elder and chairperson on the board of the Chumash Indian Museum in Thousand Oaks, to learn about local indigenous cultures and her own personal story. Support the show (https://www.theacorn.com/subscribe/)Από τον The Acorn Newspaper
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn editor and Branching Out host Kyle Jorrey gets to know Scott Steepleton, The Acorn’s newest reporter covering Agoura Hills, Oak Park and Calabasas. Scott shares how the journalism industry has evolved over the course of his career and break down the story behind several of his recent articles for The Acorn. Background: Food wast…
 
On Nov. 7, 2018, a gunman opened fire inside Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, killing 12 in the deadliest mass shooting in Ventura County history. Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Dawn Megli has spent the past three years sharing the stories of Borderline's survivors, victims and the families left behind. In this episode, she sits down with Mic…
 
Branching Out host and Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey is joined by Simi Valley reporter Melissa Simon to discuss a recently published independent study looking at how the Woolsey fire might have impacted the Santa Susana Field Lab site. The peer-reviewed research indicates that radioactive contamination migrated off the Santa Susana Field L…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Dawn Megli sits down with Mark McLaughlin, superintendent of Conejo Valley Unified School District, to talk about what it’s like to helm one of the largest school districts in Ventura County, the challenges it faces and why we have reason to be excited about the future. Background: School board signs superintendent thro…
 
Amanda Longan, a goalie for the US women’s national water polo team, stops by to share her memories of winning gold in the 2020 Tokyo Games. A graduate of Oaks Christian High School and USC, the Moorpark resident discusses her drive to succeed and why she’s so interested in the mental health aspect of competitive sports, plus her love for God and h…
 
Recorded in front of a live audience Oct. 7, 2021, at Oak & Iron, Branching Out host Kyle Jorrey speaks to four Thousand Oaks entrepreneurs about what can be done to improve nightlife in the city and boost efforts to make T.O. Boulevard a shopping/dining/drinking destination. Our guests: Drew Pletcher of Oak & Iron, Amber and Sean of of Five07 Coff…
 
In the wake of an attention-grabbing new report by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, atmosphere research scientist Benjamin Hatchett of the Desert Research Institute joins Branching Out to talk about a 2019 study he worked on detailing the warming climate in Ventura County. Branching Out Find us on Twitter Email us at b…
 
Moorpark Acorn editor Dan Wolowicz joins Branching Out to break down how the paper's big Kanye West scoop came together. Plus, Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Dawn Megli discusses her recent piece in Poynter about the mental health trauma that can come with reporting on local tragedies. Branching Out Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacor…
 
Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Camarillo) joins Branching Out to talk on a range of subjects, including the failed recall of the governor and what comes next, her votes on housing bills SB 9 and 10, the pandemic failings of EDD and the state's approach to vaccines. Plus, Irwin, chair of the legislature's special committee on cybersecurity, discusse…
 
Reporter Makena Huey makes her Branching Out debut to discuss her latest stories for the Moorpark Acorn, including one detailing how a pedestrian bridge came to be named for an 11-year-old drowning victim. Plus, a profile of a local interfaith group working to provide much-needed goods to refugees arriving from Afghanistan. To contribute, go here. …
 
Brooke Lafferty joins Branching Out to discuss the subject of her inspiring story in the latest edition of Beyond the Acorn, just released last week. Plus, Acorn sports editor Eliav Appelbaum drops by to share his experience reporting on a beloved local softball coach lost to complications from the coronavirus. Background: Dancing with our future s…
 
Branching Out hosts Kyle Jorrey and Ian Bradley discuss the latest development in the Rebecca Grossman saga: the Iskander family civil lawsuits. Filed by the parents of brothers Mark and Jacob Iskander, who were killed in 2020 while in a crosswalk in Westlake Village, the complaints target both Grossman and the man she was allegedly racing with, as…
 
With area students returning in droves, Victor Hayek, deputy superintendent for the Conejo Valley Unified School District, sits down with Branching Out to share his life story and talk a little bit about how school funding looks on the heels of Gov. Newsom's $123-billion budget for education. Background District’s finance chief escaped war as child…
 
Camarillo Acorn reporter Alex Wilson joins Branching Out to break down some of the biggest stories coming from the other side of the Conejo Grade. Among them: how a rapidly expanding cannabis company plans to turn a Ventura County tomato operation into the largest marijuana greenhouse in the world. Plus, separating fact from fiction when it comes t…
 
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