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 talk with their nephew, Judd Sirott, at Wrigley field. Bob and Judd reminisce about some of the cubs games they had attended while younger, talk about how lucky we are to have such a beautiful … […]
Iris Krasnow, author of Sex After… called in to talk to Bob and Marianne during the Love Lab segment today. They talk about the most common times after children that parents tend to have a major shift in their relationships, … […]
Bob Sirott and Marianne Murciano hop on the airwaves today to talk with Lyle Dean to get some helpful health news, Dennis Rodkin to chat about the housing market, Walter Jacobson to get his perspective on Chicago politics, and Iris … […]
Bob Sirott and Marianne Murciano come back from the weekend to talk with WGN’s Steve Alexander about his experiences with the Boston Marathon, Scott Rowan who shares how the Chicago Cubs have changed the world, and David Flom tells us … […]
David Flom from Chicago Cut Steakhouse stops by the showcase studio to talk with Bob and Marianne about his restaurant and share the experience of getting to be the restaurant of choice for a presidential meeting a few weeks back.… […]