I have been so fortunate to be a part of the Whittier Community for over 40 years now. The My Whittier brand was created in 2012 but the idea was formulated at a much younger age. Growing up in Whittier in the early 70's and 80's I had a childhood I would not change even if I could. The city of Whittier is a part of my heart and soul. To me the air in Whittier smells different, I know every street and every nook and cranny of this city. I have walked the streets of uptown Whittier more times than I can count. Being a long time Whittier resident I thought it would be fun to give a comprehensive look at the city of Whittier from a locals perspective and that is exactly what I did.
"A Show for Whittier Local's"
The My Whittier Podcast is a show for Whittier locals. I will be talking with local Whittier personalities, small business owners. We will visit local eateries and historic landmarks and discuss Whittier's amazing past, present and future.
We sat down with Bryan Garrison from Jack's Restaurant
and Hemlock Vapor Co. CBT
I felt it was important to delve in to Whittier's past and acknowledge all of the things I loved about Whittier growing up. It could have been something so insignificant at the time like dropping a quarter in to a Pac-Man machine for the first time ever at Captain Video on Comstock Ave. Or enjoying the
"UPTOWN FESTIVAL" in the 1980's or playing little league baseball at Kaufman Field on Washington Blvd in the 1970's
At the end of the day "My Whittier" is your Whittier as well. Many of us were experiencing the same childhood memories on the next block over or on the other side of town. Whittier is such a special place and we are taking those warm and fuzzy thoughts and delivering a great podcast. I hope you will take the time to listen to an episode or two. I would greatly appreciate it.
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