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Tim Mihalsky
In 2007, Tim Mihalsky started interning for On-Air With Ryan Seacrest. After being the first intern in history to get fired (for not filling out proper paper work) Tim got the radio bug. Starting at a small internet “pay-as-you-go” station, ARN, where Tim created The Block. In passing, Tim met a fellow personality who was launching 92.5 KYHY. July 1 2008 The Block made it’s radio debut. In early 2009, The Block added 1050AM KCAA in Riverside/San Bernardino. After blowing the ratings and call volume of advertisers out of the water, in spring of 2010 Tim moved The Block to it’s current home and flagship, 540AM KRXA Monterey/Santa Cruz.

Some of Tim’s most memorable interviews are Jimmy Fallon, Kourtney Kardashian, Jesse Ventura and Terrell Owens.

In addition to the two-hour daily radio show, you can catch Tim doing stand-up comedy and training at the famous Second City in Los Angeles. Tim has also hosted multiple concerts for artists like “packin’ heat” T.I., The Roots and Damian Marley.

When Tim isn’t in front of a mic, you will find him trying to snowboard, looking for the cheapest Happy Hour and cheering on the Lakers or Dodgers… Or whatever team he is betting on.

Entries by Tim Mihalsky

Proud to Be Made in America

(0) Comments | Posted September 3, 2014 | 11:57 AM

This Labor Day Weekend Los Angeles didn't only swarm the beaches. Downtown Los Angeles was rockin' out with Kanye and Kim, Jay-Z and Beyonce, Steve Aoki, John Mayer and every celebrity who shows up to events paparazzi cover. If you feel you missed out, you did. If you're wondering what...

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Summertime Happiness in Los Angeles

(0) Comments | Posted July 2, 2014 | 10:26 AM

June Gloom/the Los Angeles winter is over and Summer here. Looking for something fun, exciting and new to do? Here are some activities, locations, restaurants and bars that will avoid any summertime sadness.

Located in Santa Monica and West Hollywood, BOA Steakhouse combines a bold, colorful...

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Spring Into Summer

(0) Comments | Posted April 24, 2014 | 12:13 PM

Since winter came and went with less than a handful of rainy days, spring is already gone and we'll get to enjoy summer May through September. Here are a few ways to kick-start into summer.

Taco Tuesday

Harry Morton's Pink Taco Mexican restaurants in West Hollywood and Century City...

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My Roman Holiday

(0) Comments | Posted October 24, 2013 | 9:51 AM

A good friend of mine just had a week-long wedding in Rome. I had the privilege of attending and staying with the wedding party and guests at the Gran Melia Rome. This was my first trip outside the United States since I was 13 and, honestly, I had no idea...

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The Endless Los Angeles Summer

(0) Comments | Posted September 13, 2013 | 11:50 AM

For most of the country, summer ends after Labor Day. However, in Los Angeles it stays warm until spring. Stay outside and enjoy the SoCal sun by dropping in one or all of these places.

Surrounded by spectacular views spanning downtown Los Angeles, the ocean and the...

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The Ideal Los Angeles to Vegas Weekend Getaway

(0) Comments | Posted August 6, 2013 | 6:14 PM

Visiting Vegas for the weekend is an easy getaway for Angelenos but leaving town with a plan is mandatory. Take Friday off work and arrive Thursday evening to ensure three unforgettable nights. Here are a few dayclubs, restaurants and nightclubs that are Sin City musts.

HAZE Nightclub at...

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New Eats, Menus and Specials for Summer

(0) Comments | Posted June 11, 2013 | 4:12 PM

Wednesdays at Sunset - The London West Hollywood
The London West Hollywood will keep things hot all summer long with Wednesdays at Sunset. Every Wednesday the rooftop pool serves themed food, refreshing cockatils and LA's hottest DJ's including DJ Alex Trumbo, Almost Famous, and Chris Carter spinning...

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Five Ideas To Do With Out-of-Town Guests

(1) Comments | Posted May 22, 2013 | 5:56 PM

I recently had an out-of-state relative visit Los Angeles for two days, one night. Figuring out where exactly I should take her ended up being tougher than anticipated. In New York tourists go to The Empire State Building, see the Statue of Liberty and stroll through Central Park. However, Los...

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Three New Activities for Every Angeleno

(0) Comments | Posted April 3, 2013 | 6:52 PM

If you're born and raised in Southern California and enjoy exploring the city, here are three must try activities as we approach summer.

Hyde Staples Center

Hyde at STAPLES Center is located on Level C with the other suites and is open before, during and long after venue events. The...

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St. Patrick's Weekend in LA

(0) Comments | Posted March 13, 2013 | 12:33 PM

Since St. Patrick's Day is on a Sunday, this the perfect opportunity to turn the one day holiday into a weekend of partying, eating and drinking. Here is perfect way to navigate correctly and celebrate the holiday so you will never forget and/or remember.

Stay home, rest-up and...

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Three Ways To Use Your Tax Refund

(0) Comments | Posted February 27, 2013 | 8:32 AM

If you're receiving a tax refund, now is great time to put some returned money in savings but reward yourself with a weekend trip. Here are three perfect locations that require no flying, offer amazing package deals and locations that have something for everyone.

The Viceroy, Palm Springs

Nestled at...

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4 Must Try Los Angeles Restaurants on a Budget (PHOTOS)

(18) Comments | Posted February 7, 2013 | 7:40 PM

Eating out, going on dates and exploring Los Angeles gets pricey, fast. Here are four restaurants perfect for a fun outing without going broke.

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5 New Year's Ideas for Any Budget

(0) Comments | Posted December 27, 2012 | 12:30 PM

New Year's Eve is just around the corner and in LA you need a plan, otherwise you will end up staying home and singing Auld Lang Syne. No matter what your budget is, here are some New Year's Eve and Day suggestions that require a cab ride to and from,...

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Keeping It Local: Cali Style

(0) Comments | Posted October 3, 2012 | 10:27 AM

Although California is one state, there is a hella big difference between Northern and Southern California. Since my radio show, The Block, is broadcast in both areas, I have done frequent traveling to both parts of the state and been wowed that even the same brand of hotels are completely...

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The Biggest Brunch in L.A.

(0) Comments | Posted September 6, 2012 | 1:25 PM

Eggs Benedict, an omlette bar, chicken enchiladas, potstickers, prime rib, sushi, farm fresh salads, a chocolate fountain and a bloody mary bar. These are just some of the options the Four Seasons Los Angeles offers every Sunday for brunch. After a long, wild Saturday night, making a decision of whether...

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Summer Nights, Steak & Sangria

(0) Comments | Posted July 26, 2012 | 12:01 PM

Rather than getting ready for back to school and Halloween, now is the perfect time to keep summer rolling. Enjoying a cocktail on the patio and eating fresh, seasonal foods is the perfect way to beat the heat waves in Los Angeles. Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar is embracing...

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My Night With Marilyn

(1) Comments | Posted June 28, 2012 | 3:21 PM

Living in Los Angeles, the bar scene is saturated with overpriced, watered-down drinks and unwelcoming servers. I found one bar, however, that has changed my opinion of Los Angeles nightlife: Drai's Hollywood. If you've been to Las Vegas and stumbled into the best after-hours bar, you know what I'm talking...

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Motivational Work Out

(0) Comments | Posted June 13, 2012 | 2:24 PM

With summer basically here, I like many, have been scrambling to lose my winter coat. While researching some fun ways (that aren't a boot camp in a random park taught by a "personal trainer") I stumbled upon local Poseidon Stand-Up Paddle Board shop that just moved to Santa Monica from...

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Woo Your Mom This Mother's Day

(0) Comments | Posted May 1, 2012 | 5:44 PM

Mother's Day shopping is always tricky. I never want to be cliche, but I don't have money to burn. After searching the Internet and department stores for Mother's Day ideas and stumbling upon strange lingerie suggestions unsurprisingly, the idea came to me while taking a sip of...

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Pot, Weed & Green: My Presidential Campaign

(3) Comments | Posted February 10, 2011 | 6:47 PM

With the 2012 Presidential race only 19 months away, I'm already thinking of some creative campaign season segments and games.

But then it came to me, "Tim, you have such great ideas, maybe YOU should run".

"Who me?" I thought.

Well, I meet all the...

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