Mar 5, 2018
As we approach the 93rd anniversary of the Los Angeles Breakfast Club, we not only look back at the month that was, but we look back to the club's founding and to the creation of our longtime home, Friendship Auditorium, through historic and moving audio.
Much as the Breakfast Club cherishes its traditions, from time to time, things do change. One such change in tradition occurred this past month and we celebrate that change through poignant and delightful clips.
Club chaplain Reverend Barbara Adams takes us down the path that leads to our continuing "Adventures in Friendship".
Author Marcy Smothers speaks about her new book, Eat Like Walt. A tribute to visionary entertainment pioneer and former Breakfast Clubber, Walt Disney, the book chronicles Walt’s rather revolutionary approach to dining at both his theme park and at his studio.
Greg Salyer, President of the University of Philosophical Research explains a little bit about the history and mission of this Los Feliz-based university.
Heather Goers, Architectural Historian from Historic Resources Group, presents a profile of noted architect Paul R. Williams.
Sarah Lann, director of education for the Los Angeles Conservancy, describes the ways the conservancy helps people to fall in love with L.A.
The Don Snyder Orchestra plays the jazzy seasonal favorite "When the Saints ".
Host Phil Leirness interviews club member Sandy Boucher.
Club president Lily Holleman previews March's happenings at the Shrine of Friendship.
All that, plus more music, lots of laughs and a few emotional and inspiring surprises. We hope you will enjoy episode 14 so much, you will share it with your friends!