It’s Time for JAX 93-Jacksonville as it was in the Year 1993! 1993 was a very special year. It was the year that had perhaps the happiest day in Jacksonville’s history: November 30, 1993 the date on which Jacksonville was awarded the NFL team-The Jaguars. The City Council also approved an approximately 235 million dollar […]
Learn about The Anza Expedition of 1775-1776, view early maps of San Diego Bay, and reflect on North America as it was from 1763-1775.No video URL found.
San Diego, San Diego History, Junipero Serra, California History, Mission System, The Catholic Church, Mission San Diego de Alcalá , The 1775 Revolt, Luis Jayme Enjoy another History San Diego show as we learn about the early years following the 1769 Spanish Conquest (1770-1775) Learn about the 2nd tragic revolt attempt against the Mission in […]
George Farrar presents JAX 92-Jacksonville as it was in the Year 1992. Learn about Mayor Ed Austin’s leadership team which included a future Mayor, John Delaney- and about the River City Renaissance Urban Renewal concept that was proposed to revitalize the city. Hear about George’s experiences living on the Westside and about the I-295 Incidents […]
Practical Living Amidst Global Chaos and Dysfunction- Making Sense of February, 2022 Back in 2019, I realized we were amidst information warfare within social media that was going to extend into the Future: Trumpism, rumors, downright lies and calls for rebellion -manifested in the attempt to obstruct the certification of the 2020 Presidential and Vice-Presidential […]
Enjoy Jacksonville as it was in the Year 1991. In 1991, State Attorney Ed Austin narrowly defeated incumbent Mayor Tommy Hazouri, the current Duval County Jail opened , the old Acosta bridge closed to give way to the construction of the new Acosta bridge and Skyway crossing- & the NFL announces that 2 expansion teams […]
A Lively Ride on The Blue Line from 12th & Imperial to America Plaza -New Year’s Day, January 1, 2022
On January 1, 2022 , I rode the Blue Line trolley from the 12th and Imperial Transit Center to America Plaza. It was a lively and musical ride as the trolley passed thru Downtown San Diego so I had to film it for you to enjoy 🙂 It even had classic and contemporary music from […]
Enjoy another History San Diego show as we learn about the 1769 Spanish Conquest.
Explorin’ with George is Gettin’ Back to Nature This Fall. Join me as I hike under The 52 Freeway at Mission Trails Regional Park- near my home in El Cajon.
Enjoy another History San Diego show as we learn about The Kumeyaay-the Indigenous People , the first inhabitants of our area before the 1769 Spanish Conquest. Our shows broadcast monthly from September thru May each year.