Aug 9, 2019
This month's audio time travel expedition into the history, happenings and colorful characters that comprise the 94 year young story of the one and only Democracy of Ham an' Eggs boasts historic clips featuring the "Cheerful Philosopher", Burr McIntosh, and Co-Executive Director of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Malcolm MacEachern.
Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker (and good ham an' egger) Steve Smith discusses Julie Andrews and The Sound of Music.
Stephen Schafer describes his archival photography work.
Author Andrea Richards details the hidden secrets of Los Angeles.
Renowned architect Frank Escher celebrates the legacy of architect John Lautner.
Breakfast Clubber Erin Johnson speaks about her work with native plants at the Theodore Paine Foundation.
Musician Nicholas Galinaitis displays his virtuosity on the piano with an original composition.
Host Phil Leirness gets better acquainted with Samantha and Dinah Kolasa, who are the youngest members of the Los Angeles Breakfast Club and the club's only twins!
Club President Lily Leirness initiates new members and previews all that is upcoming in August at the Shrine of Friendship as well as a special Back to the Future tour.
Trusty announcer Marc Hershon provides plenty of laughs along the way!