For The Love of Mesa: Podcast
Immerse yourself in the captivating stories of Mesa's Local voices
For the Love of Mesa Podcast, Season Two is here!
Check out the For the Love of Mesa podcast as we explore more stories from City Limitless® with guest narrator and host, Brian Nissen, local screenwriter and host of Citrus Valley Playhouse. This season’s episodes feature Wildjoy founder Lacy Cain and her personal call for adventure in Arizona, actor Joe Mantegna and his decades of advocacy for the autism community, learn how the Mesa Music Festival came to be known as one of the largest free emerging artist festivals in the country – and grab a fork as we share even more culinary riches from the award-winning Fresh Foodie Trail®.
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The For the Love of Mesa podcast launched its first season with six curated episodes featuring long-form conversations about news and happenings in the destination. The first episode features the origin story of Legacy Sports USA, which opened earlier this year in Mesa. The 320-acre facility is the largest sports and entertainment venue of its kind in the country and has already hosted legions of athletes, fans, and performers. Additional episodes feature the story of Armani Williams, the 21-year-old professional stock car driver, and the first professional driver in NASCAR openly diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Listeners can soon download podcasts on Mesa’s award-winning Fresh Foodie Trail® where fourth-generation peach farmer Mark Schnepf chats with Mesa head brewer Matt Trethewey about Arizona’s culinary riches, and learn about how Mesa is fast becoming the Southwest’s next beer hub as more breweries open in Mesa’s historic downtown.
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