The Hidden History of Los Angeles podcast explores the lesser known aspects of L.A. history. Contrary to the commonly held belief that L.A. does not have any history, Los Angeles has a rich and colorful history. You just have to dig a little deeper to find it.
A Place at the Nayarit and an Interview with Natalia Molina HHLA74
This episode features an interview with Natalia Molina about her new book, "A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community."
L.A. Names: Pico Boulevard HHLA73
This episode explores the origin of the name Pico Boulevard.
Freewaytopia and an Interview with Paul Haddad HHLA72
This episode features an interview with Paul Haddad regarding his book, "Freewaytopia: How Freeways Shaped Los Angeles."
Crossover Episode with the L.A. Meekly Podcast HHLA71
In this special crossover episode, I interview, and get interviewed by, Daniel Zafran and Greg Gonzalez from the L.A. Meekly podcast.
Palm Trees HHLA70
In this episode, guest host Leah Treidler tells the story behind the city's iconic palm trees.
Preserving Los Angeles and an Interview with Ken Bernstein HHLA69
This episode features an interview with Ken Bernstein about his book, "Preserving Los Angeles: How Historic Places Can Transform America's Cities."
Just a great podcast.
Bringing L.A. History to Life
Love the concept and topics. Very interesting. Keep the episodes coming.
Love this Show
He really knows how to choose interesting topics and bring them to life.