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On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast: We first connected with Kristin Carter Antunez - and her husband / business partner, Trevor Antunez - when we dropped a stack of I Heart Costa Mesa stickers at their office. When we discovered the cool things they were doing across all their businesses: digital marketing at AG3NCY, broadcasting via…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast: U.S. Marine, and former White House Intern, Grant Broggi, wants to whip all Costa Mesans into shape! Broggi is the founder and owner of The Strength Co. - a strength-training gym here, off Newport Blvd., based on the Starting Strength philosophy. We talk about Broggi's time in the military, the imp…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast: Marc Perkins, co-founder of the Costa Mesa Alliance for Better Streets, wants to make Costa Mesa's streets more walkable, bikeable and, basically, as hospitable as possible for car-free use. We talk about the current state of Costa Mesa's streets, things that are improving - or could be improved - …
 
Costa Mesa isn't just a great place to live, work and play - our city has served as an incubator for some of the country's most recognizable brands. On today's episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, we interview brothers Wing Lam and Ed Lee about co-founding Wahoo's Fish Taco here in Westside Costa Mesa. We talk about what it was like growing u…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast: Meet Megan Anguiano and Gregory Skinner, co-founders of Creative Mornings OC. Creative Mornings is a free, monthly, breakfast-lecture series, available to creative (all!) people throughout Orange County. In this interview, we talk about how Creative Mornings OC got started, what it's all about, and…
 
When Chef Thomas Curran's much-hyped, Costa Mesa restaurant didn't pan out, he found himself at a fork in life's road. Fifty, spent, and yearning to rediscover meaning - after years "head down" in the restaurant industry - he was ripe for a change. So, he shuttered Taco Brat, boxed up his stuff, and flew to the East Coast to embark on a journey few…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, we catch up with our friend, Dean Tompkins, of Thunderking Coffee. Tompkins is always funny and engaging... and we're pretty convinced he's the guy who personally knows every single person in Costa Mesa! In this conversation, we discuss the latest happenings at his local coffee company, his love fo…
 
On this week's episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, we've got Brett Bolich - who performs all over Southern California as local magician, Brettso The Great! In this interview, we talk about the life of a magician, our local magic scene and, of course, Costa Mesa. Check it out, then have a magical weekend, Costa Mesans! Connect With Brettso Th…
 
On this week's episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, we talk about parenthood and local, family fun with blogger Kristin Hoang of NewportMesaMoms.com. Newport Mesa Moms is a local blog, covering the Costa Mesa and Newport Beach areas, featuring stories, recommendations, activities, an event calendar, and more! We cover everything - and the Bru…
 
On this week's episode of the podcast, we interview Gina Oddo, Club Manager for Center Club Orange County. Center Club - based here in Costa Mesa - is a posh, private club started in 1985 by Henry T. Segerstrom. It began as a place where executive leaders could share interests, unwind, enjoy a drink, and network. These days, it's grown to become so…
 
On this week's episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, we've got the 2019 Golden Foodie Awards 'Chef of the Year' - Chef John Park of TOAST Kitchen + Bakery - in studio to share his Costa Mesa story. Chef Park's journey of giving and growth will leave you feeling inspired, engaged... and *totally hungry* for his delicious menu. Listen in to this…
 
On this week's podcast episode, we've got Anais Tangie - owner of AT Connections - who is currently working with Triangle Square to bring more vibrancy, community, and culture to "downtown Costa Mesa." Tangie dreams big, so come along for the ride as we imagine what the future of the city might hold in store. Connect With Anais Tangie: Online: http…
 
Some podcast guests are informative and straightforward. Others are quirky, off-the-cuff, and keep you on your toes from start to finish. Can you guess which kind of guest the guys from Shaka Sauce turned out to be? On this episode of The I Heart Costa Mesa Show, we spice things up with Matthew Parsons – and his tight-lipped, bottle-wielding sideki…
 
On this first episode of a brand-new season of the podcast, we dive into the world of performing arts - here in the City of the Arts - with Jason Holland, VP of Community Engagement at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Learn all about the upcoming theater season and more FREE, local events you can enjoy on the Argyros Plaza, here in Costa Mesa. Liste…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, co-hosts Erin and Brandy wrap-up with a rundown of all the Season 3 guests. What lessons will the I Heart Costa Mesa team take away from this season's guests? Find out on this season finale episode! On This Episode, We Discuss: Our booth at the 2019 Costa Mesa Concerts In The Park: https://www.cost…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, we've got local chandler (that's 'candle-maker' to some) Jeffrey Smith, founder of Wickid Candle. Wickid Candle is a Costa Mesa-based purveyor of organic handmade candles in masculine scents, like tobacco, musk, ozone, teakwood, tonka and more. Listen in to learn more about candle-making than you e…
 
On this week's podcast, we've got dynamic radio duo - Chef Annie Morgan and Horticulturalist Jack Carlisle - of the 'Pots and Pans with Jack and Annie' show, which airs Sundays from 9:30-10:30am on local station KOCI 101.5 FM. Jack and Annie are an integral part of our local community... and no topic is off the table. We laugh! We cry. We discuss t…
 
On this week's episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa Show podcast, we're chatting with Orleda Azevedo, Director of Volunteers at Girls Inc. of Orange County - now celebrating its 65th year! Few organizations have such a storied history, locally. Listen in to learn more about the amazing work they are doing for local girls and young women. Connect with …
 
This week on the podcast, we've got founder and owner of Neat Coffee, Ally Garvin, who - after ten long months of hard work, fundraising, floor refinishing, leak patching, mural painting, menu compiling, and staff training - now has a beautiful, new, coffee shop to call her own. Garvin's mission to create a community gathering space in Costa Mesa, …
 
Costa Mesa High School 9th grader, Rebekah Robeck, is cultivating kindness here in our community. Check out our interview with this inspiring, local teen - a girl on a personal mission to bring more kindness and connection into the lives of Costa Mesa kids - then be sure to follow her on Instagram @letsbekindday to keep up with all she's doing. Tha…
 
This week, on the podcast, we've got Ian Stevenson, Executive Director of Trellis and part of the team spearheading "Love Costa Mesa Day 2019." Love Costa Mesa Day is an annual day of volunteering and service, happening on Saturday, May 18th, 2019. We get all the details on where to sign up, how to participate, what it means and why it's happening …
 
Journalist, author and music aficionado, Jim Washburn, has a lot to say about Costa Mesa - and he's been saying it for years, writing for the OC Weekly, OC Register and LA Times (to name a few.) It's always fun talking to longtime Costa Mesans - they have the very best stories! Washburn does not disappoint. Check out our podcast interview, then fol…
 
Leah Stewart wants you to move.... your body, that is! This Westside Costa Mesan is going all-in on wellness, movement, and getting people (especially women, especially moms,) into alignment at every level of their lives. In this episode, we go deep on the topic of Pilates. We also talk about juggling business with motherhood, her backyard chickens…
 
Erik Hale is an interesting guy. Founder and Publisher of Locale Magazine - started right here, in Costa Mesa - he's taken his premiere lifestyle publication from xeroxes in a binder to multi-city trendsetter! He's got a great story - including his own "Jerry Maguire moment" - and so many local connections. It's been a wild ride full of courage, bo…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa Show: We talk to fellow podcaster, and Costa Mesa-loving digital marketer, Mikhail Alfon. He - and business partner Nelson Dale - co-founded Blue Light Media, a Costa Mesa-based digital marketing company, specializing in natural products, consumer packaged goods, and startup brands. Check it out! Connect wi…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa Show, we catch up with local artist and studio owner, Gabrielle Carey, of Heartfelt Play Studio. Carey is a talented muralist, painter, and maker - and now she's branching off into offering more classes, camps, team-building events and FREE Community Nights at her beautiful, Costa Mesa art studio! Connect w…
 
Hey Costa Mesa: Do you know where your water comes from? How it gets there? Where it goes? We didn't... until we invited Shawn Dewane from Mesa Water on the podcast! Now we know *so much more* about local water than we ever thought possible. Dive on in to Episode 3 of Season 3 with us... and soon, you too, will know more about Costa Mesa water than…
 
Episode 2, of Season 3, is here! We've got Joey Lopez, founder and owner of Shreducate Academy, on the podcast today. Lopez is at the forefront of school skateboarding leagues, kids' sk8 lessons, and the movement to turn skating into a legit, internationally-recognized sport. We cover so much with Lopez, it's hard to enumerate! He's got big plans t…
 
We're back for Season 3 of the I Heart Costa Mesa show! On this kick-off episode to our latest season, Erin and Brandy talk about the decision to start #costamesa365, a new challenge where Erin is trying to only shop in Costa Mesa for an entire year. Plus, will we ever get Bob Hurley or Wing Lam on the podcast? This, and so much more on this episod…
 
That's a wrap on Season 2 of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast. We'll be taking a short break and plan to launch Season 3 with all-new episodes coming March 2019! But before we go on holiday, co-hosts Brandy and Erin take a look back at all our costamazing Season 2 guests. We discuss what we've learned and our biggest takeaways from each episode. Than…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we've got local artist and gallery owner - Jesse Fortune - of Location 1980 in Westside Costa Mesa. We talk about the artist life, how Location 1980 has changed since its inception, life-drawing workshops every Wednesday, Fortune's "epic art quest" travels and the annual "$100 Or Less Holiday Art Sale" happening Dece…
 
Costa Mesa United started as a dream; a dream to build a real football stadium at Estancia High School and a modern aquatics complex at Costa Mesa High School. On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Gordon Bowley - President of Costa Mesa United - about the work, advocacy and dedication that not only went into the achievement of those early dre…
 
Jamie Reidling is "OG Westside" - a musician, surfer, skater, dad, community organizer and hardcore Costa Mesa local - and he's on a mission to bring a skatepark to Westside Costa Mesa! On this episode of the podcast we talk about what it was like coming up in Westside Costa Mesa "back in the day," what he's up to now - plus Vans, Acme Skateboards,…
 
This week, we interview mechanical engineer, furniture designer, kite surfer and modernism practitioner - Michael Towey - owner of The California Workshop! Towey and his team design and build lighting and furniture out of his studio in Westside Costa Mesa. He's one deep and interesting guy with a very philosophical "form follows function" take on t…
 
Debora Wondercheck is out to change the world - adding "the arts" back into the lives (and schools) of local kids. Her non-profit organization, The Arts & Learning Conservatory, is busily restoring confidence by honing creativity and character. With the work-ethic of a classically-trained cellist - and the CEO skills of a smart, strategic leader - …
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, contributing writer, Samantha Chagollan, turns the tables on co-hosts Erin Huffstutter and Brandy Young - asking them the questions she wonders about the project, the purpose (and the people behind it.) So if you're curious to learn more about the I Heart Costa Mesa team, check it out! Connect with…
 
If you've noticed the fresh, beautiful modernization of local establishments like Eastside Mini Mart, Jan's Health Bar or Memphis Cafe - or marveled at Pacific City's Lot 579 food court, or the swanky, remodeled Lido Marina Village - you've unwittingly been touched by the design prowess of local Architectural and Interior Designer, Amanda Malson, o…
 
At 777 West 16th Street - here in Costa Mesa - Marta Tena and Pepe Tena are carrying forward their father's vision: to turn a repurposed and restored, mid-century warehouse into a welcoming event space for all. Space 777 is brand new and a total "blank slate" - it's just itching for the next art show or industry party. We talk with these creative a…
 
Fall in Love with the Westside 2018 is coming on Saturday, October 20th from 9am - 3pm at Estancia High School in Westside Costa Mesa. Part maker market, part community festival and part school fundraiser - this fun (and new) little tradition is just another example of what makes Costa Mesa such a great city. Come join us for a great day of neighbo…
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, we tackle the tricky topic of local homelessness with Muriel Ullman of the Network for Homeless Solutions. What is the state of our homeless situation in Costa Mesa in 2018? What is being done? What's working and what isn't? How can people who want to help get involved? Listen in for Ullman's conci…
 
When we think "Parks and Rec" we think of Leslie Knope and her color-coded binders. But here in Costa Mesa, our local parks and recreation department is so much more than that! Our guests, Justin Martin and Ashley Thomas, are two from a team of hardworking people who make so much fun happen in our city. Things like: The Snoopy House, Mobile Recreat…
 
Phil Marsh is the President of the Costa Mesa Newport Harbor Lions Club - the wonderful people behind this year's 71st Annual Fish Fry at Fairview Park! From Friday, September 21st through Sunday, September 23rd, you can eat some famous fried fish, enjoy carnival rides, listen to live music, hang out with friends and neighbors and check out classic…
 
Karen Barloon never meant to spearhead a yearly 5K / 10K race - heck, she doesn't even run. But she cares deeply enough about kids and local schools to bring it all together (beautifully, we might add) anyway! Get the story on the 11-year running tradition that is the Costa Mesa Community Run - and then come participate with your neighbors on Sunda…
 
Julie Leffler grew up in Costa Mesa and now she's growing a business here, too! From Estancia High School to a Semester at Sea, from Hollywood to Hurley - and now with her own marking firm, Big Hype Marketing - it's been one exciting ride for Leffler. We found her to be smart, funny, engaging and completely charming. Tune in to Episode 2 of Season …
 
Episode 1 of Season 2 is finally here! We're super starstruck to have Shaheen Sadeghi in studio. Sadeghi is celebrating the 25-year anniversary of his flagship project - The LAB (Little American Businesses) anti-mall right here in Costa Mesa. He's also the creative visionary behind The Camp in Costa Mesa's SoBeCA District, as well as the Anaheim's …
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa Show, we've got a guest host: our very own Mister Mesa! He interviews local fitness coach, Quentin “Coach Q” Pullen, on today's show. Coach Q is a former Marine and bodybuilder who has been a fitness trainer in Costa Mesa for over two decades. In 2014, Coach Q was responsible for creating the PlayPen OC, a …
 
On this episode of the I Heart Costa Mesa podcast, co-hosts Brandy Young and Erin Huffstutter share the things they've learned from locals interviewed on the podcast so far. We have enjoyed so much wisdom, humor, insight - and have gained such great information - from our Costa Mesa guests. If you want to share what you've learned from our previous…
 
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