KTLK AM1150’s LA360 Features Local Food GPS Coverage

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KTLK AM1150, LA360 and Klaudia Aresti provide me with a forum to talk food.

LA360 just started airing on KTLK AM1150 on Saturdays at 10 a.m. PST. This radio show has a lot of great local coverage, and I’ll be on the show every week discussing L.A.’s food and drink scene with host Klaudia Aresti.

In case you’ve missed the first three episodes, here are links, topics, and cues to cut right to Food GPS, though of course we’d recommend you listen to entire episodes.

October 1, 2011 – In Episode #1, I jump in at about the 21:35 mark and discuss Picca, Elena’s Greek Armenian Cuisine and the LA Food & Wine Festival. Tony Pierce, Ken Layne, Heather Havrilesky, Ben Sullivan and JJ Corsini also get their say.

October 8, 2011 – In Episode #2, I jump in at approximately the 20:00 mark to discuss Michael Voltaggio’s ink. and LA Beer Week. We also hear from Tony Pierce, Ken Layne, Heather Havrilesky, Rebecca Niederlander and JJ Corsini.

October 15, 2011 – In Episode #3, the Halloween Edition, at about the 19:42 mark, I discuss the staple foods of fall, where to find squash and pumpkin dishes and a harrowing Halloween option. Ben Sullivan from Scienceblog.com, Melissa Carbonne with the L.A. Haunted Hayride, Tony Pierce from busblog.com, Scott Ross of NBC LA‘s Popcornbiz and filmmaker James Gunn also appear.

KTLK even provided me with a forum so people can learn more about my connection to Los Angeles, the best city in the U.S.


Joshua Lurie

Joshua Lurie founded FoodGPS in 2005. Read about him here.

Blog Comments

Too bad about the time slot opposite Melinda Lee on KNX and sometimes on KFWB.


Ultimately, the time a radio or TV show first appears at this point matters less with things like podcasts and DVR, which allow people to tune-in at any point. Hopefully you’ll listen to Melinda Lee AND LA360.

Congratulations, Josh, on your new food & drink segment on LA 360 radio, as mentioned in your blog. I look forward to listening to your input weekly. We need you as the LA food & drink expert to keep the public enlightened!
One of your many fans, Lorraine

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