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The LA Dreaming Podcast
Each episode of the LA Dreaming Podcast will have a blog post that provides helpful information related to the topic discussed which you will find listed below. At the moment you can listen to the podcast through Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, or Podbean.
For our first episode, we spoke with Casey Hempel about outdoor movie screenings in LA. There are so many different outdoor movie screening series these days that it can be overwhelming trying to decide which one to do. In this episode, we hope to help you make the right choice. We do our best to cover almost every single screening series in LA but we hope to continue updating the blog post as we learn about other ones.
This episode is all about Halloween in Los Angeles Theme Park Edition. There are so many different ways you can experience Halloween in LA. We are focusing on what makes the Halloween experiences at the theme parks unique. We speak with theme park extraordinaire Meghan about Oogie Boogie Bash, Halloween Horror Nights, Fright Fest, Knott’s Scary Farm, Brick or Treat, and Howl-O-Scream.
At the end of the podcast, we talk about a few non-theme park Halloween experiences like Freeform’s Halloween Road, The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, a showing of Hocus Pocus that Meghan is hosting, and Street Food Cinema screenings.
There are so many Spooky Things to do in LA. Everything on this list can be experienced year-round but are extra fun to do in the fall. For episode three of the LA Dreaming Podcast, we talk to Ramsey Wild who has a fun series on Tik Tok about Spooky Things to do in LA.
The Disneyland College Program is a challenging but magical internship experience. Due to COVID-19, the DCP has not returned but since the Walt Disney World program has resumed we have to assume the Disneyland one will eventually return. I participated in both the Walt Disney World College Program as well as the Disneyland one. In the newest episode of the LA Dreaming Podcast, I discussed my experience on the Disneyland Program with my friend Caitlin.
California is an incredibly beautiful and diverse state. Our national parks all offer something different which is why you should consider visiting them all. In the newest episode of the LA Dreaming Podcast, we discuss the beautiful 9 National Parks in California with Dawn from FlyingDawnMarie.com.
The best things to do for Christmas time in Los Angeles with Stefan from LifeHacksLA. We discuss fun and unique experiences that will keep you busy this holiday season.
In episode 7 of the LA Dreaming Podcast, I spoke with Caroline from LoveandLoathingLA.com about where to see Christmas Lights in Los Angeles. We both have a passion for the holiday season and are so excited to share with you some of our favorite spots to have an extra magical experience. Los Angeles is a town that truly goes all out for the holiday season which makes it difficult to fit it all in during one season. I hope this episode & guide will help you find a new way to explore LA this year.
In episode 8 of the LA Dreaming Podcast, I spoke with Bonnie Mink about the iconic Rose Parade. In part one we talk about the history of the parade, how you can volunteer to decorate a float, and how to attend. For part two, we interview family friend Richard Burrow who has designed award-winning Rose Parade Floats.
In this episode, we discuss the best birthday freebies in LA with Jennifer Hubbard. From free tickets to the LA Kings, to a free meals and desserts from multiple restaurants, this episode is a great resource for planning out your birthday week.
“The O.C.” was an iconic teen drama series that aired on Fox from 2003 to 2007. While the story took place in Newport Beach, California, the show never filmed scenes there. We discussed the impact of the show, filming locations, fashion, and meeting cast members with my friend Esther Lane Montes.
My friend Bruno and I talk about our experiences as contestants on Wheel. We share tips for contestants, behind-the-scenes information, and more!!
We discuss must-see movie theaters in Los Angeles with classic film fan Jack Fields. From the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood to the Los Angeles Theatre in DTLA, we touch on some of the ways you can experience and explore our wonderful theatres.
There are so many activities in the Los Angeles area that it can be overwhelming when you are trying to figure out what to do. This post focuses on fun things to do in LA with kids. We spoke with Mom Blogger Christina Patricio, from ThePatricios.com on the LA Dreaming Podcast about this topic. During our conversation, we talked about 10 different ideas for things to do with kids in LA.
We talk about a favorite annual event, PaleyFest, with Shelby Parker. PaleyFest is an experience that gives fans an up-close and personal behind-the-scenes look at numerous TV series. This is a great way to see the stars of one of your favorite shows.
Finding secret swings has become a favorite adventure for so many. In this conversation with Brenda, we share swings in the LA area as well as several outside of LA County. We hope this inspires you to get out and explore.
We are talking to Erin from TheSoCalGal about things to do in Venice Beach and Santa Monica. You can easily spend an entire day exploring this fun area.
There are so many different ways that you can see movies for free in LA. In this episode, we discuss the different ways that you can see movies for free with Elliott Ares. We share how you can attend test screenings of upcoming movies, FYC events, movie premieres, and more.
I want to give a special shout-out to my husband who has made my podcast dreams come true. He is working so hard behind the scenes to bring this show to life.