Stu chats with longtime L.A. favorites Ozomatli, who talk about their free show at Pershing Square, their favorite local food landmarks, international travel, throat singing, police pursuits and how Stu goes to the bathroom in the helicopter (he doesn't.) Get tickets for their July 28 show here: https://bit.ly/2Ag9ySV
Before this latest podcast, Stu thought a chocolatier was "a guy with a big hat, a feather and a sword fighting crime for the queen." Ryan Berk, the founder and owner of Parliament Chocolate, was here to set him straight.
Ryan shares his amazing story about getting his artisinal chocolate shop up and running, how he personally travels the world looking for the best beans and explains the process of turning them into the chocolate we love!
So far, we've learned about brewing beer with a master brewer, we've learned about building incredible Lego creations from a master builder... now Stu dives into the world of Anime with Meg Amo - an Anime expert and organizer of the Anime Expo in Los Angeles.
Stu may fly around in a helicopter, but he LOVES cars! Today, we sit down with Jeremy Lee, the creator of the "Krispy Kreme Tuesdays" car meet. Jeremy talks about how his weekly meet-up with a few friends over donuts turned into a phenomenon.
KCRW is known throughout the country as one of the top "tastemaker stations", often times discovering artists before they hit the mainstream. Jason Kramer is KCRW's music supervisor and host of his own show, featuring music curated from around the world.
We asked Jerry O'Connell to be on the webcast and he didn't say no!! Listen as he talks to Stu about his role on "Big Bang Theory", parenting in Southern California and how Stu might be able to help him get away in a police pursuit.
Think you know Jim Hill from CBS2? He's got an amazing story and he tells it to Stu. Hear about his beginnings, his career in the NFL and hear the advice he gothim to where he is today. If you listen to one podcast today, make it this one!
Freelancers scour the streets of LA for all kinds of news: fires, crime scenes, accidents and anything else they can sell to news outlets. Stu Mundel talks with the cast of the Netflix series "Shot in the Dark" for their perspective on how they get to where something's happening.
When you think about dective novels, one author comes to mind: Michael Connely. He is the bestselling author of 31 novels, has had movies adapted from two of his works (The Lincoln Lawyer and Blood Work), is reponsible for the iconic character Harry Bosch and is Stu's favorite author!
Kevin Ryder, half of the iconic Los Angeles morning show duo Kevin & Bean on KROQ, came by and talked with Stu. Kevin and Bean have been on the air in many markets throughout the US for decades, are members of the Radio Hall Of Fame and continue to be one of the top rated shows in LA.
Kevin talks about his beginnings in radio, tells some of his favorite stories and gives us a glimpse of his personal life.
Stu has three great loves in life - his family, his job and the Amazon series "Bosch". This week, he sits down with the producer, Hendrik Bastin who opens up about the show's origins, what to expect in season 4 and beyond and some fun behind-the-scenes facts you'll want to hear!
In our very first podcast, helicopter reporter Stu Mundel sits down with legendary CBS2/KCAL9 new anchor, Pat Harvey. Pat discusses everything from her career, to the history of Los Angeles, to her personal life. Did you know Pat studied classical piano and sang "God Bless America" at Dodger Stadium? She even carried the Olympic torch in 2002!