Vaya Con Diosa Podcast

Vaya Con Diosa #CULTURA #COMIDA #COMEDIA Glutton enthusiast, interviewing innovative people of color. *Recorded live from Espacio 1839 in Boyle Heights, California.*

  • De La Luna
    by Vaya Con Diosa on March 23, 2019 at 5:12 am

    Delicious food is hard to find...healthy food is even harder. On today's episode we talk to head chef and co founder of "De La Luna" catering, Erik Rodas. We explore the world of vegan/healthy food alternatives in the latin world, How food can heal, cannabis meals and how important presentation is in the food world. YUMMY! xoxo Khris […]

  • Hope
    by Vaya Con Diosa on March 10, 2019 at 12:14 am

    Losing hope is easy when your only friend is gone...luckily for me my friends are back in town and bringing me back to happiness. On today's episode we talk to writer/performer/artist/rapper GAL. She talks about her journey from LA to NYC. We compare both cities and their artistic endeavors, and why it's so hard to find a burrito in Williamsburg. We also discuss how important it is to be consistent, FAITH, having a strong team on your side and what's the craziest thing a guy has made us do. It's hilarious. If you are feeling sad this episode is a perfect picker up Diositas! xoxo Diosa […]

  • Rage
    by Vaya Con Diosa on March 2, 2019 at 5:07 am

    The intergenerational militants, The OVAS, come on our show for a raw and candid conversation about their autonomous, anti-authoritarian space, "La Conxa,' and controversy surrounding them online. We talk about their work with the community, the future they are working on, and the question on everyone in Boyle Heights mind...why are they so fucking angry? Check it out Diosas! […]

  • Paradox
    by Vaya Con Diosa on March 2, 2019 at 4:34 am

    On this episode, we talk to writer, actress, director and comedian Kat Toledo. She enlightens us on sobriety, magik, eating healthy and gives us the heads up on where to pick up on hot guys at...AA meetings! Check it out Diosas! […]

  • Pride
    by Vaya Con Diosa on February 9, 2019 at 5:04 am

    It's Black History and we have the founder of the Black Women in Comedy Festival, actor, comedian, writer, Marian Yesefu. We talked about historical Black comedians like Moms Mayble, how radical it is to be a mother, how to be an efficient ally and how in reality whether we are conscious or not, we are in fact Black women. Also, she teaches us what to order at Nigerian restaurants. Check it out! xoxo Diosa […]