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The only podcast dedicated to the news, events and amazing people of Huntington Beach, California hosted by local journalist Chris Epting.

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    • Arts
    • 4.8, 5 Ratings

The only podcast dedicated to the news, events and amazing people of Huntington Beach, California hosted by local journalist Chris Epting.

    Heirloom: A Modern Farmhouse

    Heirloom: A Modern Farmhouse

    This week Chris visits with the dynamic mother/daughter team behind Heirloom, a Modern Farmhouse, one of the most talked-about new restaurants in Huntington Beach (and Orange County!)

    • 29 min
    Title: Now "A-Piering" Keith Bohr and Johnny Nosich

    Title: Now "A-Piering" Keith Bohr and Johnny Nosich

    Former Mayor Keith Bohr local businessman Johnny Nosich have a big idea for a small corner of the Huntington Beach pier.  

    • 28 min
    Great Pacific Airshow

    Great Pacific Airshow

    The Great Pacific Airshow will be here in just a few weeks and so Chris talks with the man in charge, Kevin Elliot (who reveals some surprises about the amazing show).

    • 19 min
    Doobie Brother John McFee!

    Doobie Brother John McFee!

    Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist John McFee has been a primary member of the Doobie Brothers for 40 years. Before that he played on albums by Elvis Costello, Van Morrison and many others while also playing in the seminal band, Clover. But before THAT he attended both Huntington Beach and Marina High School.

    • 30 min
    Naked Truth, straight from the wild streets of HB

    Naked Truth, straight from the wild streets of HB

    Playboy centerfold, actress and model Dona Speir had some dangerous secrets growing up in and around Huntington Beach in the 1970s and 80s. She shares many of them in her new book, "Naked Truth," which she discusses in depth with Chris.

    • 50 min
    40 years ago - an unforgettable local tragedy

    40 years ago - an unforgettable local tragedy

    Forty years ago this month, a Huntington Beach family experienced the worst tragedy imaginable. But Robin Samsoe's legacy lives on.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

NinaMac1982 ,

Great new podcast!

I love this local content, it’s so original and interesting! One small critique... you don’t need to pronounce the first “T” in Huntington Beach, it’s pronounced Hunington Beach.😁

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