Listen in to an evening of conversation with Mary Schmich to discuss her Pulitzer-winning body of work, her process for finding and writing Chicago's stories, and more. NPR's Cheryl Corley asks the questions on everyone's minds during this Inside the Actors Studio-style interview.
Ray Bradbury, the renowned science fiction writer and Waukegan native, died last night at 91.Reached at Bradbury's home, his daughter, Alexandra Bradbury, says her father died Tuesday night in Southern California.
Kevin Smith joins host Steve Edwards on the Afternoon Shift. Steve will talk with Smith about his career and about his live stage show he's performing at the Just for Laughs festival next week at the Chicago Theater.
Lucy Worsley investigates domestic history with humor and panache, both in her day job as Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces and the host of the BBC4 series Elegance and Decadence: The Age of the Regency.
This morning has been one of back-patting and thanks to officials and police for all the hard work put into this weekend's NATO events.Like all things in Chicago, there are knowns that go unsaid, and the big ones are thanking the police officers for not evoking scenes of the '68 Democratic C
President Obama stole the headlines yesterday and this morning with his NATO plan for withdrawal from the war in Afghanistan. But the bigger story is that this protest didn't garner international media attention.