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The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR

Founded in 1925 by business leaders, entertainment figures and politicians, the Los Angeles Breakfast Club is the weekly gathering place for those seeking camaraderie and those who love the history and culture of Los Angeles.

Aug 31, 2017

In episode 8 of "The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR", we celebrate the founding of Los Angeles and one of the city's "top cops". There is an interview with stalwart musical director Don Snyder, special appearances by Sandi Hemmerlein and Richard Gilson, Lily Holleman with her monthly report and both Reverend Jim...


Jul 31, 2017

In episode 7 of "The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR", we celebrate friendship, comedy and America, with historic audio tributes to a California Governor and a U.S. Senator, an appearance by groundbreaking female journalist Mary Patterson Routt, as well as a vintage music performance by "Baby" Patty Kelly. We...


Jul 1, 2017

In the sixth episode of "The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR", we welcome new announcer Marc Hershon, we take the podcast time machine back to the 1930's to hear then Secretary of War under FDR (and former Governor of Utah) George H. Dern as well as then governor of Missouri Guy B. Park, and we recap...


May 31, 2017

The fifth episode of "The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR" covers a lot of ground, and spans a lot of decades, in an effort to capture the indelible charm of "the little club time almost forgot and that the decades can not improve." The episode features a performance by Don Snyder of a Cole Porter classic, as...


May 1, 2017

The fourth episode of "The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR" serves as a tribute, of sorts, to the founder of the Breakfast Club, Maurice De Mond (1875 - 1931). The episode features musical performances by the Don Snyder Orchestra and by MGM tenor of the 1930's, Earl Oxford. There is an interview with...