Johnny is joined by awesome comedienne Mona Shaikh to talk about her show, The Minority Reportz, as well as the measles outbreak at Long Break Airport. Producer/Director Zane Buzby joins Johnny to talk about her powerful film, The Last Survivors.
Johnny Venom joins Johnny Wendell for the first hour to talk about free SAT day in LA, and income inequality. Mo Kelly joins the show for the second hour to talk about the death of local rapper Nipsey Hussle.
Comedian Mona Shaikh joins Johnny to talk about the LA Marathon, and to promote her upcoming comedy show, Ethnic AF. Johnny Venom joins in during the second hour, to talk about Rep. Devin Nunes lawsuit vs a cow.
Johnny is joined by Johnny Venom, Mo Kelly, and Tawala to talk about traffic solutions, the latest on the Lori Laughlin/ Felicity Huffman scandal, and the passing of surf rock legend, Dick Dale.
Johnny talks about the teens in Newport Beach caught making red dixie-cup swastikas while giving the Nazi salute, the increasing number of scandals out of the sheriff department, and ways to decrease traffic in Southern California.
Tonight, Johnny was joined by KFI AM640's Mo Kelly to discuss the current state of LA Sports, and the fact that, during the month of February, the state did not see a day over 70 degrees.
Mo Kelly joins us for the whole show as we discuss the big stories of the week such as Robert Kraft arrested for solicitation of a prostitute, High rents in Los Angeles causing a new class of homeless in Los Angeles, Trump trying to take California’s money for the High Speed rail, Robert Mueller report is not coming this week, and California’s primary is months away.
California is suing the President and his administration over his national emergency declaration, Colin Kaepernick winning his NFL lawsuit, dealing with the Southern California weather and the rain, Politics are identifying us now, and Southern California's infrastructure problem.
In tonight's show we discuss the effect on Southern California’s economy with tax refunds being low, a potential second government shutdown, the border wall crisis, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and all this rain in Los Angeles!!
On today's show we are joined by the lovely and very funny Mona Shaikh, talk Canada's Marijuana Boom, and break down the Uncle Ed Syndrome (patent pending).
Johnny Wendell goes all in on the LAUSD teacher strike, speaks with Mo and Tawala on the Robert Muehler investigation, and lastly gives us his take on this government shutdown.
On this glorious Sunday we go in depth on the California housing market, Mo'Kelly and Tawala join us for talks in the government shutdown , and Johnny dares you to have less fear in 2019.
Today, Johnny is joined by longtime guest, Johnny Venom (economist), to discuss the latest on the government shutdown, Californians migrating to more affordable states, and Venom’s wildlife adventures,
Today, Johnny is joined by longtime guest, Johnny Venom, to discuss what Californians want out of Gavin Newsom, and when the recession may hit. In the second hour, Johnny is joined by Mo’Kelly from KFI, to discuss the trouble the Trump administration had of picking a Chief of Staff and who will be the Democratic pick for 2020.
Today, Johnny talks with longtime guest, Johnny Venom, about how the economy will look like next year, and how restricting healthcare from immigrants will hit the California economy. In the second hour, Johnny discusses the controversy behind Baby It’s Cold Outside and Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.
Today, Johnny is joined by longtime guest, Johnny Venom, to discuss what Californians can expect from Gavin Newsom and what challenges LA will face from severe droughts and more fires. In the second hour, Tawala Sharp and Mo'Kelly from KFI join Johnny to discuss Democratic Party pick for 2020, and the border gassing.
Today, Johnny discusses the latest on the fires hitting California and the high count of people missing from the Camp fire, and the House sweep of Orange County.
Today, Johnny discusses the midterm results and what to expect for 2020, which propositions passed in California and what it means for the future of California, the fires hitting Los Angeles and Trump’s tweets regarding the fires.
Today, Johnny is joined by longtime guest, Johnny Venom, to discuss why Angelenos believe low housing isn’t the reason for high rents, if Los Angeles should start a public bank, and what will Proposition 12 do if passed by voters. In the second hour, Johnny explains why people must go out and vote, and why politicians are being attacked in public.
Today, Johnny is joined by longtime guest, Johnny Venom, to discuss how automation will affect jobs in Los Angeles and what the Music Modernization Act means for the music business. In the second hour, Johnny is joined by Mo'Kelly from KFI, to discuss the murdering of Jamal Khashoggi and the 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees.