The major events of my life are intertwined with the Chicago Cubs. Sad, but true. On the day I was born, they beat Montreal 2-1 On the day I became Bar Mitzvah, they beat San Fran 7-2. On my wedding day, they won at Cincinnatti.
On Thursday's Afternoon Shift Jason Marck takes the chair to talk about hits of all sorts. First in honor of the NHL playoffs we talk about the violence inherent to hockey. Then Sam Hudzik tells us which GOP candidates are hitting their stride in recent slating meetings.
Today's show features story-weavers. We'll go from Spider Saloff's cabaret tales to Mark Roberts' Chicago family from Mike and Molly.Listen to the first hour of the show Listen to the second hour of the show
Editor's Note: Today we kick off a new series that will delve into the issues that dominate the place where we spend most of our time-the office. We're calling it Workplace Wednesdays.We've all seen it at work.
Jazz singer and performer Spider Saloff comes out of her cocoon in her one-woman musical, The Roar of the Butterfly. Set at a memorial service, Saloff takes on the role of a myriad of characters as she unravels the story of the deceased protagonist, an Asian drag queen named Butterfly