Johnny talks about the possibility of more night games at Wrigley and plays voicemails from listeners, one of which sports reporter Jordan Bernfield strongly disagrees with. Plus: Johnny plays Tupac’s “California Love” and discusses Chaka Khan’s new street name.
Cubs President of Baseball operations Crane Kenney goes over details of the major renovations plans for Wrigley Field and the immediate area around ballpark. Architect Rebel Roberts has been hired by the Cubs to make the desired changes. (Phil Velasquez / Chicago Tribune)
The Cubs and owner Tom Ricketts are looking to make renovations to Wrigley Field with goals of modernizing the historic park’s facilities and increasing revenue opportunities. Various groups oppose elements of the plans. And, some have come forward with their own proposals for the Cubs.
Today on Brandmeier: Johnny surprises a family who sent him handwritten Christmas card; The Movie Man reviews “American Hustle,” “Hobbit,” and “Saving Mr. Banks”; Buzz tells us what’s happening this weekend; Christmas tunes from Foghat and Blue Oyster Cult, and … […]
Johnny calls to say thank you to the two sisters who sent him a handwritten holiday card and ends up chatting with their whole happy family – plus Hector converses with them in Spanish to find out if the girls … […]
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Jonathon Brandmeier pays condolences to the wife of late Chicago electrician Chris Gillot – years ago Chris created a tribute in lights to Walter Payton on the Blue Cross Blue Shield Tower and now the city is doing the same … […]