Sunny Mornings | San Diego

by Sunny Mornings Network San Diego, CA, USA

"Sunny Mornings San Diego" is your ultimate daily news podcast, and trusted source for the information that truly matters.  Every morning, we've got your back with the freshest updates on local and national news, weather forecasts, tide information, surf reports, upcoming events, and the latest sports buzz.  Our mission is to brighten your day and get it started on a positive note.  We know news should be enli ... 

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Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • Boston Celtics, San Diego Surf, Trump Crypto, Batteries, Muppets.

    Boston Celtics, San Diego Surf, Trump Crypto, Batteries, Muppets.

    June 18, 2024 SE02:EP124 In today's episode, we celebrate International Sushi Day, learning about its fascinating history and the evolution of this beloved dish. In the San Diego Surf Report, we'll see waist to chest-high waves Tuesday, with morning On-Shore winds. Next, we check the weather in San Diego, expecting patchy fog in the morning followed by cloudy skies with a high near 71 degrees. Local news focuses on Local Scoop, a zero-waste grocery store in Encinitas, embodying sustainable living and eco-friendly practices. Sports highlights the Boston Celtics clinching their 18th NBA championship with a 106 to 88 win over the Dallas Mavericks. Top News dives into the challenges faced by social media influencers, with many struggling to earn a stable income despite their popularity. Business news covers former President Donald Trump's embrace of cryptocurrencies, seeking support from the crypto community against rivals Joe Biden and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Science discusses Japan's TDK announcing a breakthrough in solid-state battery technology, claiming their new material offers an energy density of 1,000 watt-hours per liter, a hundred times greater than current models. Finally, in Entertainment, we learn about Ron Howard's documentary, "Jim Henson; Idea Man," exploring the immense potential Henson might have achieved in the digital age had he not passed away suddenly in 1990. We conclude the episode with a quote from Jim Henson, encouraging us to write our own endings and keep believing and pretending. @sunnymorningspodcast

  • DeChambeau, San Diego Surf, Gamestop, Matt Damon, Terrafrom.

    DeChambeau, San Diego Surf, Gamestop, Matt Damon, Terrafrom.

    June 18, 2024 SE02:EP123 In today's episode, we remember the 249th anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill, a significant act of defiance against British rule that took place in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1775. In the San Diego Surf Report, we'll see a fresh South-West swell to peak on Monday, with widespread waist to chest-high waves, and head-high waves at stand-out breaks. We'll also take a look at Tourmaline, where conditions are looking rough today, at 4 to 5 feet, and nothing but the chop. Next, we check the weather in San Diego, expecting patchy fog in the morning followed by cloudy skies with a high near 70 degrees. Local news focuses on grading resuming for Oceanside's much-anticipated Ocean Kamp project, featuring an artificial wave lagoon, resort hotel, retail shops, and nearly 700 homes. Sports highlights Bryson DeChambeau winning his second US Open, triumphing at Pinehurst Number 2. Top News dives into "Roaring Kitty" adding four million more GameStop shares, bringing his total stake to nine million shares, valued at two hundred and sixty-two million dollars. Business news covers the $4.5 billion settlement between Do Kwon, Terraform Labs, and the US SEC, marking a resolution in the high-profile case involving Kwon's failed stablecoin. Science discusses NASA's 47-year-old Voyager 1 probe being fully operational again after seven months of technical issues. Finally, in Entertainment, we learn about Matt Damon and Casey Affleck starring as two thieves on the run in the trailer for Doug Liman’s heist movie "The Instigators." We conclude the episode with a quote from Daniel Webster, reflecting on the difference between two principles as exemplified by the Battle of Bunker Hill. @sunnymorningspodcast

  • US Open, San Diego Surf, Switchfoot Bro-AM, Visa, Brat Pack.

    US Open, San Diego Surf, Switchfoot Bro-AM, Visa, Brat Pack.

    June 14, 2024 SE02:EP122 In today's episode, we remember the 247th anniversary of the Continental Congress defining the United States flag, which we now commemorate on Flag Day, celebrated on June 14th. In the San Diego Surf Report, we'll see a mix of Southwest swell and Northwest windswell with average breaks offering waist to chest-high waves and shoulder-high waves at standouts in South County San Diego. We'll also take a look at Tourmaline, where conditions are looking fair in the morning, at 3-plus feet before 10 AM. Next, we check the weather in San Diego, expecting patchy fog in the morning followed by mostly cloudy skies, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 72 degrees. Local news focuses on "Switch-foot" headlining the Bro-Am Beach Fest at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas this weekend, celebrating its 20th anniversary with a free show. Sports highlights the first round of the 2024 US Open at Pinehurst number 2, featuring remarkable moments from Scottie Scheffler, Patrick Cantlay, Ludvig Åberg, Tiger Woods, Matthieu Pavon, Martin Kaymer, Tony Finau, and Phil Mickelson. Top News dives into Boeing conducting additional inspections on some 787 Dreamliner jets due to incorrectly installed fuselage fasteners. Business news covers a federal judge likely to reject a proposed settlement in a lawsuit alleging Visa, Mastercard, and major credit-card issuers restrict competition over merchant fees. Science discusses a new study describing "Buronius manfred-schmidi," a potential new species of great ape that lived 12 million years ago during the Miocene epoch. Finally, in Entertainment, we learn about Andrew McCarthy's new documentary, "Brats," which explores the lives of '80s actors known as the Brat Pack. We conclude the episode with a quote from Bill Watterson, the creator of Calvin and Hobbes, reflecting on the importance of making time for pointless activities on the weekends. @sunnymorningspodcast

  • Celtics Win, San Diego Surf, Florida Floods, Elon Musk, Spotify.

    Celtics Win, San Diego Surf, Florida Floods, Elon Musk, Spotify.

    June 13, 2024 SE02:EP121 In today's episode, we remember the 58th anniversary of the landmark Miranda v. Arizona case, which established guidelines for police interrogations to ensure suspects are informed of their Fifth Amendment rights. In the San Diego Surf Report, we'll see South West swell topping out Thursday with waist to shoulder-high waves, standout spots pushing head-high. Next, we check the weather in San Diego, expecting patchy drizzle in the morning followed by mostly sunny skies with a high near 70 degrees. Local news focuses on the San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence, at Cal State San Marcos, National University, and San Diego State University, which will share a $1 million grant from Google to establish a cybersecurity clinic. Sports highlights the Boston Celtics leading the NBA Finals 3 games to none, after holding off the Dallas Mavericks for a 106 to 99 win in Game 3. Top News dives into a Florida storm that caused flash floods, submerged roads, mass flight cancellations, stalled cars, and power outages on Wednesday, marking the beginning of an active hurricane season. Business news covers Tesla shareholders facing a crucial vote on Elon Musk's $56 billion pay package, which a Delaware judge previously threw out. Tech discusses Spotify facing allegations from the National Music Publishers' Association of deceiving consumers and cheating the music royalty system through its addition of audiobook content to all paid subscription plans. Finally, in Entertainment, we learn about Marvel's "Blade" reboot losing its second director, Yann Demange, following the departure of Bassam Tariq in 2022. We conclude the episode with a quote from Joan Rivers, reflecting on the importance of living in the present moment. @sunnymorningspodcast

  • NBA Finals, San Diego Surf, Johnson & Johnson, Paramount, Babe Ruth.

    NBA Finals, San Diego Surf, Johnson & Johnson, Paramount, Babe Ruth.

    June 12, 2024 SE02:EP120 In today's episode, we remember the 85th anniversary of the first Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Cooperstown, New York, with Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, and Honus Wagner among the inaugural class. In the San Diego Surf Report, we'll see a new Southwest swell building through midweek, with waist to shoulder-high waves and larger at standout spots. We'll also take a look at Tourmaline, where conditions are looking fair in the morning, at 4 to 5 feet before 11 AM. Next, we check the weather in San Diego, expecting patchy drizzle and patchy fog in the morning, followed by mostly sunny skies with a high near 72 degrees. Local news focuses on the Encinitas Planning Commission approving a new two-story restaurant at the former Beachside Bar and Grill. Sports highlights Kristaps Porziņģis suffering a torn medial retinaculum, causing tendon instability, putting his NBA Finals availability at risk. Top News dives into Johnson & Johnson agreeing to pay $700 million to settle a lawsuit with 42 states, accused of misleading customers about the safety of its talc-based baby powder. Business news covers the collapse of the proposed sale of Paramount Global to David Ellison's Skydance Media, due to the withdrawal of support from Shari Redstone. Science discusses MIT researchers developing a supercapacitor from water, cement, and carbon black, creating a new way to store energy inside modified concrete. Finally, in Entertainment, we learn about the debut of "The Boys" Season 4 on Prime Video tomorrow, with the first three episodes, followed by weekly releases until July 18th. We conclude the episode with a quote from Babe Ruth, reflecting on his natural talent for pitching. @sunnymorningspodcast