I Love You So Much: the Austin 360 Podcast...

Austin360’s pop-culture and lifestyle podcast, hosted by Tolly Moseley, Omar L. Gallaga and Addie Broyles.

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Omar Gallaga, Addie Broyles and Tolly Moseley are the hosts of Austin 360's podcast "I Love You So Much," whose name was inspired by the iconic mural at Jo's on South Congress. 
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Omar Gallaga, Addie Broyles and Tolly Moseley are the hosts of Austin 360's podcast "I Love You So Much," whose name was inspired by the iconic mural at Jo's on South Congress. 

Co-hosts

Tolly Moseley

From 2014-2017, Tolly Moseley was the co-host of "Statesman Shots" — the Austin American-Statesman's first culture podcast — with her friend and fellow co-host, Omar L. Gallaga. She has also been a freelancer for the newspaper since 2013, writing about food, TV, music, and more. She is now co-host of "I Love You So Much," Austin360's podcast devoted to Austin culture and local life. When she is not podcasting, she is a freelance copywriter and aerialist. She is the co-founder of Rapt Aerial Dance, an aerial entertainment company based in Austin, and an aerial silks teacher at Blue Lapis Light. She lives with her sweet husband and toddler daughter in north central Austin.

Omar L. Gallaga

Omar L. Gallaga writes about technology culture for the Austin American-Statesman’s 512tech website and co-hosts podcasts at the newspaper. He was a technology correspondent for NPR's "All Things Considered," helping originate the All Tech Considered segment and blog. He's also written for CNN.com's technology section, MSNBC.com, Rolling Stone, Hispanic magazine and the pop culture website Television Without Pity and its successor Previously.tv, where he continues to write about shows including “The Walking Dead.” You can hear him every Thursday on the “Texas Standard” radio show discussing tech topics. He lives in New Braunfels with his wife and two daughters. When he can, he continues to perform and write with the Latino Comedy Project, of which he’s a founding member.

Addie Broyles

Addie Broyles has been writing about food for the Austin American-Statesman for nearly a decade, but that’s not all that keeps her busy at the newspaper. She writes about parenting, feminism, travel, movies and whatever else is up her alley for the Austin360 features section, and the University of Missouri graduate recently joined Omar and Tolly as a co-host of the newly launched “I Love You So Much” podcast. Addie is a co-founder of the Austin Food Bloggers Alliance, a nonprofit organization made up of more than 100 Central Texas food bloggers, and editor of “The Austin Food Blogger Alliance Cookbook.” When she’s not chasing after her two young sons, Addie blogs about being a working mom, a part-time quilter and her travel adventures at thefeministkitchen.com.

Producer

Alyssa Vidales 

Alyssa Vidales is a multimedia producer at the Austin American-Statesman, an expert in “Star Wars” trivia and the producer of “Statesman Shots,” “On Second Thought” and the new “I Love You So Much” podcast.

About

“I Love You So Much” is Austin360’s pop culture and Austin lifestyle podcast, hosted by Tolly Moseley, Omar L. Gallaga and Addie Broyles and produced by Alyssa Vidales. Every week, you’ll hear us talk to Austinites and Austin American-Statesman staffers talk about their entertainment obsessions, engage in real talk about what we love and what we don’t love so much about Austin, and hear recommendations and tips for navigating all your options for fun. 

You can find us on iTunes and talk to us on Twitter and Facebook. Use the hashtags #LoveAustin360 and #ILYSM on Instagram and other social networks. 

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Got topic or guest suggestions or want to ask for some help in our advice segment? Email us at loveaustin360@statesman.com or leave a voice mail at 512-445-3672. We can play your message on the show!

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