Elizabeth talks about the catastrophic fires in the Amazon, from a ecological, and political perspective. She also goes into the possible hate crime that happened at a local bar.
Elizabeth is joined by Belle Hernandez, and Nayibe Reynoso to talk about the upcoming LATINAFest 2019. And, apparently sex in public toilets is a big problem. So much so, that a company just created an anti-sex toilet. Yikes.
Elizabeth is back, and she's got some feelings about the recent string of mass shootings in the country, and the recent ICE raids that left school children without a parent to come home to.
Producer Sam fills in for Elizabeth Espinosa, who had a family emergency, to discuss the breaking story of two mass shootings within 13 hours, claiming at least 29 lives in Texas and Ohio. LA County Sheriff Dept. Active Shooter Specialist Mike Harding joins the show to talk about ways to be safe during a shooting.
Elizabeth talks about the breaking news of the 24 year-old, off duty LAPD officer, who was killed while getting tacos with his girlfriend, the importance of mental health awareness, and the tendency of people to try to medicate normal feelings of sadness.
Elizabeth talks about the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Guest Melissa Yeager joins the show to talk about her late daughter's charity, Claire's Place, which gives makeovers to children in hospitals. And Elizabeth tries producer Sam's pizza from Tarantula Hill Brewing Company.
Elizabeth is joined by Jocelyn Duarte, Executive Director of the Salvadorean American Leadership Educational Fund, to discuss the impact of today's planned ICE raids.
Elizabeth is joined by Regional Communications Director for the Red Cross, Marium Mohiudin, to discuss earthquake preparedness, following the recent big earthquakes in SoCal.
Elizabeth was joined by Pat Dixon, from Pools of Hope, to discuss the therapeutic benefits of indoor, heated swim classes, for members of the special needs community, the Democratic debates, and we talk about the best places in town to catch 4th of July fireworks!!! USA! USA! USA!
Vice President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association Alma Rosa Nieto joins Elizabeth to discuss the Trump's immigration crackdown. Elizabeth also discusses the local shooting, involving an unarmed special needs adult, and an off-duty cop.
Elizabeth is joined by Christine Coleman, to discuss their shared experience of caring for their fathers in the hospital. Rodri Rodriguez and Elizabeth talk about giving your father the gift of mariachi for Father's day. MARIACHI USA!
It's time for the Gay Pride Parade! And straight people want a parade, too! Either way, a lot of them will need divorce advice, so we had author, and private investigator Susan Shofer on the show, to talk about taking the right steps in your divorce.
Shalini Vadhera, the Founder of Passport to Beauty, joins Elizabeth to talk about her story, and give out some quick and easy beauty tips, that anyone can do.
Elizabeth talks about the history, and traditions behind Memorial Day, and a 13 year old girl, looking to make her Olympic Boxing dreams come true.
Ernesto Quintero joins Elizabeth to discuss his new documentary, A Sacred Journey: The Transformative Power of Caring.
Elizabeth talks about the recent high-speed chase/shooting involving a guy driving a Prius, CBD Oils with Global CBD's Christopher Taloa, and some Yo Moma jokes, in celebration of Mother's Day.
Happy Cinco De Mayo! Your host Elizabeth Espinosa goes over the Korean Boy Band "BTS" takeover in Pasadena this weekend. As well she speaks with Dr. Arjay Rastogi on UCLA Kidney Fair and Measles outbreak in the United States. Finally she explains the history of Cinco De Mayo and talks about where you can go to get deals.
Elizabeth is back! She talks about the breaking news of the tragic mass shooting in Poway, as well as a spoiler-free look at the opening weekend of Avengers: Endgame.
What's more, we cover Coachella, immigration and GOT airing tonight.
We lost an important person in LA this week. Nipsey was more than a musician: he was a father, entrepreneur and community activist that will leave a huge hole in the community he worked hard to revitalize and energize.