Living The Dream
Broadcaster Beto Duran talks with people that are "Living The Dream". From athletes to entertainers to entrepreneurs, every journey has a story to be told.
info_outline #171 Chalino Sanchez, Oaxaca hoops with Sam Quinones 04/12/2021
#171 Chalino Sanchez, Oaxaca hoops with Sam Quinones Good friend Sam Quinones author of "From Another Mexico" is back on the podcast. Such a great storyteller and author I had to have him on to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his book.
info_outline #170 Eduardo Gomez - Dodgers Art 04/05/2021
#170 Eduardo Gomez - Dodgers Art What started as a covid project ended up as a book for artist Eduardo Gomez. He drew 119 original pieces for "Dodger A Day". Gallery on display at Eastern Projects Gallery in Chinatown for the month of April IG
info_outline #168 El Tragon De Los Angeles - Memo Torres 03/16/2021
#168 El Tragon De Los Angeles - Memo Torres Memo Torres (El Tragon De Los Angeles) is a multi-media journalist for LA Taco covering the food scene, the crime scene and all the scenes. From Loyola High and UC Berkley, Memo decided to chase his own happiness not somebody else's dream. Fun podcast with some taco breakdowns! Twitter Instagram
info_outline #164 - Photographer Julio Cortez 01/18/2021
#164 - Photographer Julio Cortez From Mexico, to CSUN to Associated Press, Julio Cortez is living his dream as a photographer. Since he was a kid Julio knew being in the media was for him. Great stories about pics he's taking and the adventures around the world. IG:
info_outline #159 Jaime Davila - Producer Selena: The Series 11/22/2020
#159 Jaime Davila - Producer Selena: The Series Jaime Davila is the co-founder of Campanario Entertainment producers of the new Netflix show- Selena: The Series premiering December 4th. Great talk about his journey from McAllen, Texas to Harvard to Oxford to Hollywood and more.
info_outline #155 Aileen Villarreal 10/09/2020
#155 Aileen Villarreal Aileen Villarreal is the Director of PR and Client Services for ISE Baseball, but it's been an interesting journey in the sports world for the young Latina from LA. Notre Dame alum took a Greyhound bus to an unpaid internship that lead to the Detroit Tigers.
info_outline #151 Mireya Villarreal Returns! 09/29/2020
#151 Mireya Villarreal Returns! CBS News corespondent Mireya Villarreal returned for part 2! More details about her hectic schedule, had to take a Covid test, covering the drug cartel, hurricanes, rental cars and more! The documentary she worked on. Oh and we've decided to start a separate podcast. What should we call it?
info_outline #150 ThursDIAZ with Razo 09/25/2020
#150 ThursDIAZ with Razo With Roberto in Mexico, Razo jumped on just in case and ended up staying the whole show. It was a Q & A with viewers episode. Madison Square Garden, Lucas Matthysse, fighters with egos, Tono has fans, Bek The Bully news and more.
info_outline #149 Mireya Villarreal -CBS News 09/21/2020
#149 Mireya Villarreal -CBS News CBS National News Correspondent Mireya Villarreal makes her "Living The Dream" debut. From the Rio Grande Valley, Mireya left law school to follow her own path. Great conversation about climbing the news ladder, believing in yourself, hip hop, Biggie, Nas, Die Hard and more.
info_outline #145 Roberto Andrade Franco 09/01/2020
#145 Roberto Andrade Franco Sports writer Dr. Roberto Andrade Franco makes his LTD debut. While working construction Franco decided to change his life. Enrolling in college at 28 lead him to PhD program at SMU. Works featured in Deadspin, LA Times and more. BoxingAndHistory
info_outline #144 Gustavo Arellano - Chicano Moratorium 08/27/2020
#144 Gustavo Arellano - Chicano Moratorium Old friend Gustavo Arellano stops by to talk about the LA Times huge feature that was published. On Aug. 29, 1970, more than 20,000 demonstrators marched through East Los Angeles for the National Chicano Moratorium Against the Vietnam War. But the protest for peace devolved into conflict between demonstrators and sheriff’s deputies. By day’s end, hundreds were arrested and trailblazing Latino journalist Ruben Salazar was dead. The events and emotions of that chaotic day still reverberate in L.A.’s Latino community 50 years later.