The Cubs postseason hopes ended Wednesday night with a four-game sweep by the Mets. We discuss what makes a good CEO. Plus, pop culture, frozen in time: why one photographer is documenting the groovy interiors at the old EBONY magazine headquarters. And we talk about the the muzak-fueled radio station that played inside Kmart during the 1980s and ‘90s.
The Chicago Cubs have not appeared in a World Series since 1945, when, legend has it, tavern owner Billy Sianis placed a curse on the team in retaliation for refusing stadium entry to his goat.Going into tonight's potentially decisive Game 4 of the National League Championship Series trailing th
A group of doctors are changing the advice they’ve been giving women for years on how to prevent a deadly disease. We have a live performance by roots-rock musician Nikki Hill. The Cubs are down three games in the pennant series. And there's a film festival where children get to be the jurors who award the films.
We talk with a senior editor from Ebony magazine about an article called “Cosby vs. Cliff,” and the new issue’s controversial cover. Also, we get the lowdown on the latest One Book, One Chicago pick. And we have a preview of this year’s the Third Coast Filmless Fest. Plus, WBEZ's Jason Marck and WNYC's Jim O'Grady exchange trash talk over email in regards to the Cubs, Mets National League Championship battle.
While the Cubs and Mets fight their battles on the baseball diamond, WBEZ's Jason Marck and WNYC's Jim O'Grady have been sparring in a different arena. It’s called Microsoft Outlook, and it's not pretty.