Mark WallengrenMark Wallengren has been the host of KOST's Morning Show for over 20 years. He's received a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame and began his radio career in Idaho in the 1980s.
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Kristin CruzKristin is a 4th generation LA native, proud Latina, and Mommy Blogger. Married to Fireman Matt, her high school sweetheart, she is the mommy of Isabel, 3, and Cruz, 4 months. Obessed foodies, Kristin & Matt will go to any length to find the best BBQ, the best cheesecake, anything! Matt runs companychow.com, a recipe site dedicated to the recipes produly passed on by firemen in America's firehouses. Kristin is a regular guest on HLN and you can follow her latest exploits here on her KOST Mommy Blog.
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Rodrigo Hernandez first started in radio as a board operator for KOST 103.5 FM and in no time at all was recognized for his energetic sense of humor, landing him the role of assistant producer. Rodrigo eventually became the sole producer of the KOST Morning Show in February of 2000. From celebrity interviews in Beverly Hills to exploring Mayan ruins, he has been through every adventure the morning show has thrown at him! Rodrigo loves to go to the movies and travel. His guilty pleasure is to watch professional wrestling: "I think that's why I'm single.
Klaudia Aresti was born in Guatemala and moved to LA with her family when she was 3. A proud Bruin (go UCLA!), Klaudia is a big fan of the City Of Angels and loves to try new things around town. After an internship with radio star Charlie Tuna, Klaudia moved to the KOST Morning Show four years ago. She lives in Los Feliz and loves to travel and spend time with family, friends and her boyfriend.
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Today we pay tribute to a place so special to this artist, he's put it in his will that he wants to be buried there...Mark and Kristin go to that beautiful spot in their Behind the Song!
If you're a fan of "Friends" your wish just came true! Some of the cast of "Friends" reunited on "The Ellen Show" yesterday. Check it out!
Later in the show, Ellen put Jennifer Aniston on the spot, when she asked her point blank if she would do a REAL "Friends" reunion. Here's what she said...
Ten years ago, Tyler Marcum was a 20-year-old college student, and recorded himself doing a ridiculous interpretive dance to the Dixie Chicks version of "Landslide". . . in his underwear.
And for his 30th birthday, he decided to do it AGAIN. And he posted a video with both versions side-by-side. Apparently he either re-learned the choreography, or never forgot it. Because it's pretty much spot on.
We're Sure the Dixie Chicks appreciate his efforts ;)
-Mark & Kristin
We LOVE videos of laughing babies, but we've never seen anything quite like this! LOLOLOLOL
-Mark & Kristin
Mothers and fathers, BEWARE: Your days of honor may soon be expiring!
An elementary school in Nova Scotia has made a decision to cancel Mother’s Day and Father’s Day celebrations and to, instead, replace them with a more benign “Family Day” commemoration.
The full name of the holiday the school has chosen to observe is the International Day of Families, an annual event that is recognized by the United Nations (it falls on May 15).
As part of Family Day, students at the school were asked to write the names of all the people that supported them in their lives on a large tree hung in the gymnasium.
Family Day has been in place at the school for two years. While some parents say it takes political correctness too far, others like that it is more inclusive.
It’s certainly true that non-traditional families are increasing in prevalence, but an argument could be made that there is no need to stop commemorating Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Some might even say that all three could be celebrated.
-Mark & Kristin