This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, California. Joining the program this week is Orange County Register Columnist, Marla Jo Fisher, who talks about Disneyland’s growing crowds and how an estimated nearly 1 million people have annual passes. Bruno Serato, humanitarian and chef of the historic landmark Anaheim White House Restaurant, tells a story about how a conversation with his mother inspired him to found a nonprofit that feeds 3,500 kids a night. Then, Hugo Martin, Business Writer for the Los Angeles Times, explains why people who are motivated by rate are getting ripped off. There’s all of this and more as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, California.
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Bruno Serato, Humanitarian, speaker, author, owner, and chef of the historic landmark Anaheim White House Restaurant, talks about his experience of feeding 3,500 kids a night and how he doesn’t want to be remembered for anything other than his charity. He also shares how, with the help of the local community, he didn’t miss a single day of feeding kids—even when his restaurant caught fire.
Julie Mooney & Emily Sims, Co-Founders of Magic Kingdom Mama, reveal how their company started and how they’ve been embraced by moms with young kids. They also share tips about visiting Disneyland if you’re pregnant or if you’re a person with disabilities. They then explain the legacy of Disney food in the era of Instagram.
Chris Epting, Orange County Historian and Author, explains why Orange County has always had quirky world appeal. He also talks about the baseball history of Anaheim and how the person who wrote the third most popular song in American history is buried there.
Greg Nagel, Author of Orange Coast Magazine, talks about Bottle Logic Brewing, microbrewing, and the beers that sell out in a day. He also shares how the Mayor of Anaheim is encouraging small businesses and the growth of the craft brewery scene.
Diana Kotler, Executive Director of Anaheim Transportation Network, talks about why the entire city of Anaheim is able to use its service and the value of the $5 a day “hop on hop off” buses. She also gives insights into the opening of the Los Angeles Angels baseball season.
Marla Jo Fisher, Columnist for The Orange County Register, reveals some of the latest news on Disneyland and how it is handling its ever-growing crowds. There are an estimated 1 million annual passholders, despite the continued increase in visitors each year. She also talks about the big changes happening to the park, including a complete makeover of what was once Paradise Pier.
By Alisa Sokolova for PeterGreenberg.com