Jaime Lewis

Jaime Lewis is a local food writer and radio producer. Her resume includes editor of Edible San Luis Obispo & Wine Country Magazine, food columnist for 805 Living Magazine and SLO Life Magazine, Central Coast reporter for Wines & Vines Magazine, and a contributor to publications as varied as Life & Thyme, ITALY Magazine, The Tasting Panel, SOMM Journal, The Clever Root, Vegetarian Times, The Santa Barbara Independent and Edible Santa Barbara Magazine. Lewis is a certified Level III/Advanced with the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) abnd been a frequent guest on radio shows including The Dave Congalton Show (KVEC) and Issues & Ideas (KCBX). She earned her B.A. in art history and music at Vassar College. Lewis was born and raised on the Central Coast.

On this week's Issues and Ideas: Monday marks the transition from Jerry Brown to Gavin Newsom as California's next governor; we'll hear stories about "Brownisms" and Newsom promises. Tyler Pratt reports on a new California prison integration program has inmates' families worried for their safety. And Greta Mart attends a recent public forum on offshore wind energy and reports on how state and federal officials are taking public comment on locations proposed for offshore wind energy development—two of which are off San Luis Obispo County's coast. 

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At just five feet tall and barely 30 years old, San Luis Obispo's Julie Simon may not be a shoo-in for your typical farmer. But then again, Simon hasn't done much of anything the prescribed way.