Ken Kramer’s About San Diego is back on TV!

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Ken Kramer is back on the air! I just got a Facebook invite from Ken noting that he will now be on KPBS at 11:30AM on Sundays. Welcome back Ken! I cant’ wait to watch you on the 10th!

For those who did not see Ken on NBC 7/39 over the past years, he presents the history of San Diego as well as interesting tidbits in a conversational style that keeps you glued to the TV and fascinated about our great community. He has a very loyal group of followers and once you are exposed to his stories, there is a good chance you will become one too.

(I guess it’s time for me to finally sign up for Facebook. Here is Ken Kramer’s Facebook page.)

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2 Responses to “Ken Kramer’s About San Diego is back on TV!”

  1. joe t says:

    Wonderful!
    A friend told me a book dealer was on…..sure enough Irwin Herman! Very good show…..will be watching for now on……love all of San Diego history……didn’t know about the Portuguese Chapel with the crowns, very cool! And the Prickly Pear business in Lakeside……wonderful! Miss ‘S’ Mountain….well, it is still there, sans ‘S’.

    aloha,
    joe t.

  2. Larry Schultz says:

    I just enjoyed the piece about the replica of the Spirit of St. Louis that was built for the Air & Space Museum in Balboa Park.

    In the piece, it said that the sight of the Spirit flying around San Diego had not been seen since the 1920s.

    While another replica of the Spirit of St. Louis was not built or housed in San Diego, it did fly around San Diego and landed at Lindberg Field.

    It was built in 1977 by the EAA(Experimental Aircraft Assoc.) and between 1977 and 1988 the aircraft flew approx. 1300 miles around the country to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Charles Lindberg’s flight.

    I had the pleasure of meeting Paul Poberezny, founder of the EAA when the plane was in San Diego.

    Note: The EAA runs the airshow in Oshkosh, WI.

    The museum website where that plane is now is “http://www.airventuremuseum.org” .

    For more on that replica, see “http://museum.eaa.org/collection/aircraft/Ryan%20Spirit%20of%20St%20Louis%20Replica.asp”

    Thank You for a wonderful show.

    Larry Schultz

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