Monthly Archives: May 2021

Meet Alexander Orozco, The Hood Foodie

Alexander Orozco, best known as the Hood Foodie, shares his passion for food, and helping others through highlighting various restaurants and businesses, especially the small, mom and pop stores. His story of overcoming personal challenges while creating a movement is nothing short of inspirational. Take a listen and get to know one of the 818’s phenoms while we chat about

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Meet The (818) Takes You TO CAFE AFICIONADO

Meet Reggie and Abigail Cua, owners of Cafè Aficionado After having celebrated the third year anniversary of Cafe Aficionado, Meet the (818) chats with owners (and power couple) Reggie and Abigail Cua as they talk about their journey of turning their dream into the reality it is today. It’s a love story about dreams and uplifting the community.Stop by and enjoy

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Sharing The Polynesian Culture in the San Fernando Valley

Lyn-Del Laua’e Pedersen, owner and director of Aloha Hula Studio, shares the Polynesian culture through teaching Hula and Ori Tahiti at her Granada Hills studio. Following in the footsteps of her ohana, she started dancing at the age of 5, and became a professional dance with 45 years of experience. Today, she gives us a glimpse of her story: how

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Meet Natalie Camacho, Founding Editor of Viva The Valley

Today’s conversation is with the founding editor of Viva The Valley, Natalie Camacho! We chat about highlighting locals and local businesses, her interview with Tommy Gelinas, owner of Valley Relics Museum, and her vision for Viva the Valley. It’s a conversation between two valley kids, talking about why we do what we do. Subscribe to her website at vivathevalley.com and show this valley

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