Ina Pinkney, aka The Breakfast Queen, joins Steve to discuss the closure of her restaurant after 33 years.
Ina Pinckney, owner of Ina’s in Chicago’s west loop neighborhood, photographed Wednesday Aug. 21, 2013 (Nancy Stone / Chicago Tribune)
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Wow, I can't mail off a pair of sunglasses fast enough to the person who finally got their head out of the "clouds" (trying to be nice) and is bringing back WGN Radio…Yeah!
A big thank you to the powers that be for the new line up…
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