Chicago radio personality Larry Lujack, pictured during his time with WLS. (Tribune file photo)
Whether you knew him as “Uncle Lar” or “Superjock,” or listened to him on WCFL or WLS, chances are if you grew up in Chicago, at some point you listened to the unmistakable voice of Larry Lujack. That voice has been silenced at age 73.
Bob Sirott and Marianne Murciano hop on air to try to warmup the Chicagoland on this snow covered April afternoon. Today they talked with Lyle Dean to get some helpful health news, Tony Fitzpatrick comes by to discuss all that … […]
Our good friend Walter Jacobson comes down to the showcase studio to give Bob and Marianne his perspective again on the Chicago political scene. He talks about Rauner’s television commercial, the state’s serious financial issue, and what is going on … […]
Chicago artist, Tony Fitzpatrick comes by the showcase studio to talk with Bob and Marianne about his artwork maturing as he matures, the realization that people overlook our connection to nature while living in a big city, and a little … […]
Our friend, Lyle Dean, talks with Bob and Marianne and shares some helpful health news that we all can benefit from. Today he talks about how video games have lead us to understand that we may be slipping into old … […]
Bruce Marrow, broadcasting legend known to many as Cousin Brucie and currently on Sirus radio, calls up Bob and Marianne to shoot the breeze and share his infectiously positive personality. They talk about how he got the nickname, Cousin, taking … […]