Swoop’s World Radio Enters Tasty Partnership With LB Food Review. Swoop’s World Radio, a weekly Long Beach, California based internet radio show, is teaming with LB Food Review, a couple of light-hearted food critics for a bi-monthly segment that promises to be a tasty treat that will delight Foodies everywhere. Arts and culture go together like ice cream and cake. But, what happens if you mix all four? A new collaboration in Long Beach thinks that culture and cake just might be the recipe for radio success. Swoop’s World Radio, a lifestyle show highlighting the art and culture of Long Beach, California, is teaming up with LB Food Review, a couple of light-hearted critics intent on eating their way through the best restaurants of the same city. The duo will produce bi-monthly segments about the local restaurant and bar scene that will air exclusively on Swoop’s World. Talk show hosts Keith (Swoop) Lewis and Peter Dopulos announced the partnership with Taylor Nelson and Chris Livingston, saying that the first LB Food Review spot on Swoop’s World will launch Wednesday, March 31. “It just seems like the perfect mix,” said Swoop host of the show. “We were already looking to incorporate a lifestyle focus to our show. Taylor and Chris are already out there doing something really cool in the community.” Co-host Peter agreed, adding, “When we met the guys I knew we would do something together, we are all out there trying to do the same thing—spread the word about Long Beach—and we all had this good vibe going on.” The addition of the LB Food Review segment will fit right in with the already wide range of topics Swoop’s World tackles weekly. Past shows have included interviews with political candidates and community leaders, artists, musicians, and others. When asked about the new partnership, Chris said, “It’s just a natural fit. Swoop’s World and LB Food Review both aim to spread the word and support the local businesses of the city of Long Beach. I’m amazed we didn’t run into each other sooner.” “We are very excited to bring our focus on Long Beach’s food culture to the Swoop’s World listeners,” Taylor stated. “The art and live music scene of Long Beach is so intertwined with the bars and restaurants of the city that we feel we have a lot to contribute.” Swoop’s World Radio is broadcast live on the Internet every Wednesday night from 9:00pm–10:30pm (PST) on BlogTalkRadio.com. Visit http://www.swoopsworld.com/ for show listings and a calendar of remote broadcasts. Visit http://www.blogtalkradio.com/swoopsworld to listen live. All shows are archived on the site and can also be downloaded on iTunes. Swoop’s World Radio is a Long Beach-based Internet radio talk show that broadcasts on the BlogTalk Radio Network. Each week hosts Keith (Swoop) Lewis and Peter Dopulos, tap into the arts, culture, politics and lifestyle of Southern California. Refusing to be locked into a specific category, the duo keeps the show fresh through variety. They’ve interviewed politicians, citizens, musicians, community activists, celebrities and even an Academy Award Winner. Their primary goal is to keep the conversation insightful and entertaining.” One way Swoop’s World accomplishes their goal is by frequently broadcasting live from local events. They continue to consistently produce radio shows that are timely, relevant and reflective of what is happening in Long Beach each week. Taylor and Chris founded LB Food Review in 2008 to express their dedication to the community spirit of Long Beach. They are both passionate supporters of the movement to discover and support the unique local culture of the Long Beach area through its restaurants and eateries. It all started with the online publication http://www.lbfoodreview.com but it encompasses much more than just a website. LB Food Review is about meeting the neighbors that share a passion for this city and what it has to offer, hosting gatherings at local favorites across the culinary and geographic landscape of Long Beach. Whether they are awarding the Readers’ Choice for Best Breakfast, organizing a pub crawl in one of Long Beach’s distinct neighborhoods, or simply dropping in on a family-owned trattoria with 40 of their closest friends, LB Food Review aims to get the people of Long Beach to enjoy their city together.