Entertainment Weekly released their list of the "10 All-Time Greatest TV Shows". We dissect the list and hear from you about what shows are missing. A new film festival features stories of life in Chicago when the Bulls and Michael Jordan dominated the sport and the city.
8th District Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth checks in from The Capitol with the latest on immigration talks and legislation around student loan interest rates. On the heels of former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason's album of work songs, we play songs about the daily grind.
Hiring Our Heroes works to get Vets back into the job force. Senior Director Ross Cohen explains challenges vets face with employment. Also, photographer Richard Renaldi's new project "Touching Strangers" explores our connection to each other.
WBEZ political reporter Tony Arnold previews lawmakers' trek back to Springfield when they'll revisit pension reform and conceal and carry. And, ChicagoTribune reporter Monica Eng discusses how to educate people on eating well. Plus, when have you acted as a Good Samaritan?
Fathers, husbands, brothers and countrymen are lost to it each year. Tens of millions of men are consumed by it: Side effects often include selective hearing, lazy eyes, sleeplessness, mood swings and elevated blood pressure. It’s been known to both ignite wars and rekindle relationships.
Good news, listeners! Afternoon Shift director Jason Marck drove to Roseland this morning to pick up a dozen Old Fashioned Donuts.Being a man after Jim Belushi's own heart, Old Fashioned Donuts are Steve Edwards' favorite.
It did not take a ton of research but instead the lessons of his life informed Chicago historian Richard Lindberg’s latest book. Lindberg explored the Swedish-American experience in Chicago in his book Whiskey Breakfast: My Swedish Family, My American Life.