106. Tod Ruhstaller (2010) and Johnny Milford (2013) - October 30, 2016

Welcome to Podcast Stockton, episode 106. For this episode, we pulled out some highlights from a couple of our past shows. 

This last weekend was the Over the Edge for Community Hospice event, which raised over $100,000 for the organization. 

Election Day is in just over a week. If you are registered to vote, please remember to do so!

Tod Ruhstaller and Riley Haggin Museum

Tod Ruhstaller and Riley
Haggin Museum

In February 2010, Matt and Rod met with Tod Ruhstaller, CEO and Curator of History at the Haggin Museum

The Haggin is currently featuring two great music-inspired exhibits, "Medieval To Metal: The Art & Evolution of the Guitar", a traveling exhibit from the National Guitar Museum and "Brubeck: Jazz Ambassador" - both on display through January 8, 2017.

For fans of Iret-net Hor-irw, the mummy that used to be at the Haggin, you can see it on display in the “The Future of the Past: Mummies and Medicine” at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco - Legions of Honor running through August 26, 2018.

The original episode can be found here

Johnny Milford

Johnny Milford

Matt and Susan sat down with local radio personality Johnny Milford for episode 71.

It was September 2013 and Johnny had spent nearly 20 years off-the-air. Shortly after his interview with Podcast Stockton, Johnny returned to the FM dial with the local station, KSTN, newly re-born as 105.9 The Bull. Johnny is back on the air and can still be heard on TV and radio spots throughout the central valley.

The original episode can be found here

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The music for today's show is "Red, White & You" by Austin James from his new album, Full Throttle, check it out on iTunes. Follow him on Instagram @austinjames209.