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Selina Thomas speaks to Director Thomas Morgan and Executive Producer Jeffery Thompson, about their journey bringing their new film SCRUM to life. SCRUM will premiere in Santa Clarita on October 10th at the Laemmle Theater in Newhall.
Selena Thomas invites Ed Bernstein, owner of 25Score, onto the podcast.
Selena Thomas shares the inspirational story of Blue’s Fish and Soul, a new soul food restaurant in Santa Clarita.
Selina speaks to CEO Founder of Lief Labs on how he and his team developed the right formula of people and company culture to weather the COVID crisis.
Selina speaks with business Troy Yudin, owner of Ice Recovery and Wellness. His passion for the people of SCV and his purpose to serve and give back is inspiring.
Selina Thomas speaks with several realtors in our community regarding the hot real estate market and what sets them apart from other realtors.
Selina talks to the “man that invented water” the local entrepreneur that developed along with his partners a safe, PH balanced alkaline water. His story and journey will inspire.
Selina Thomas rejoins the ALLBRiGHT Painting team to interview the two families who tied to receive the Painting It Forward giveaway.
Selina Thomas speaks with Kacey and Celeste about the resurgence of roller skating in the Santa Clarita Valley and bringing the community together. Selina also showcases Marty’s segment on Good Morning Australia.
Selina Thomas speaks with Marty Ross, a stand-up comedian and participant on America’s Got Talent from Santa Clarita. They discuss how a comedy career has taken off throughout the United States and internationally all while adapting to the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic. From his performance on America’s Got Talent to Good Morning Australia, they talk about how comedy is needed now more than ever as a way of relief and connecting with new people.
Selina Thomas speaks with Tim Burkhart, Corporate Vice President of Maintenance and Construction for Six Flags about his past experiences with Six Flags Magic Mountain. They also discuss what reopening Magic Mountain looks like as the pandemic continues to improve. Selina also speaks with Assembly Woman Suzette Martinez Valladares about co-sponsoring a bill to reopen theme parks such as Magic Mountain and the recovery of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Selina Thomas speaks with Moe from No Junk about how he started his new business during the COVID-19 pandemic. His company, No Moe Junk, removes and hauls junk away from people’s houses.
Selina Thomas sits down with Jeff Forrest, Vice President of Economic Workforce Development at College of the Canyons about the resources and training COC provides to local businesses.
Selina Thomas sits down with Grammy Award Winner Howard Hewett about working in the COVID-19 pandemic and how he has adapted to the struggles all of us are experiencing.
Selina Thomas takes a look back at 2020, the highlights and lowlights, and what to look forward to in 2021. She also answers questions from community members about important issues in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Selina Thomas focuses her 2020 holiday episode on giving back to the community. In this episode, Selina speaks with ALLBRiGHT Painting about their Paint It Forward program.
Selina Thomas discusses how student athletics have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic with coaches, parents, and athletes.
Selina Thomas speaks with patrons at a local restaurant about the upcoming outdoor shutdowns put forth by the L.A. County Department of Health.
Selina Thomas speaks with the owners of La Cocina Bar & Grill and Thelma’s Cafe about working through the ups and downs of the COVID-19 pandemic.