CaSera, best known as DJ Ca$h Era, has been a DJ for a total of five years. She is an internationally recognized performer and the Official DJ for Young Chicago Authors Louder Than A Bomb — Chicago’s largest youth poetry festival. CaSera completed her College B.A. in Radio Broadcasting, and minor in video production, at Columbia College Chicago in May of 2017. She is now a Producer at WGN Radio and continues to DJ on a regular basis.


Recent Articles
  • Floyd David IV | Learning a practical art, being a stage & set designer in Chicago’s music scene, and more

    The Cornerstore spoke with Floyd David IV about growing up on a farm & learning a practical art, becoming the go to stage & set designer in Chicago’s music scene, countless other crafty projects he has pioneered, and more.   Stay connected with The Cornerstore on Twitter, Instagram,and Soundcloud!

  • Eddie Burns | Touring the world with Clairo, current projects, and more

    The Cornerstore spoke with Eddie Burns about discovering the nuances of his musical practice, touring the world with Clairo, and the current projects he’s working on.   Stay connected with The Cornerstore on Twitter, Instagram, and Soundcloud!

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    The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 1/13/2019

    Rick Pearson is joined by Bob Fioretti, Chicago mayoral candidate, to discuss his campaign and where he fits into the multi-candidate field. Bob talks about his desired approach to combat violence in the city with ensuring that mental health facilities are easily accessible for all; how he plans to deal with the property tax issues that plague the city; and more.  Next, Rick speaks with Former State Rep. Lou Lang about his new transition into the lobbying world. Lou shares […]

  • Pat Brady: “The overall focus of any elected official should be on good public policy”

    Rick Pearson welcomes good friend of the show and Former State GOP chairman, Pat Brady, into the studio. As a notable loyal defender of Bruce Rauner, Pat shares his thoughts about Republicans under the newly Democratic domination of Springfield; what “moving forward” looks like for all parties; the constant need and importance of Republican voters; and much more.   

  • Former State Rep. Lou Lang shares details about his recent resignation

    With a recent resignation as a Democratic Leader, Rick Pearson speaks with Former State Rep. Lou Lang about his new transition into the lobbying world and what motivated him to resign. Lou also shares details about his prior career as a top Democratic Leader; what is ahead for him on a personal level; as well as what he sees in the future for the general assembly.  

  • Chicago Mayoral Candidate Bob Fioretti expresses the need of “stabilizing” our neighborhoods

    Rick Pearson is joined by Bob Fioretti, Chicago mayoral candidate, to discuss his campaign and where he fits into the multi-candidate field. Bob talks about his desired approach to combat violence in the city with ensuring that mental health facilities are easily accessible for all; how he plans to deal with the property tax issues that plague the city; and more.   

  • Steve Dale 1/13/2019 Full Show

    Steve Dale welcomes the Executive Director of South Suburban Humane Society, Emily Klehm, into the studio as she shares very exciting news about the opening of a new adoption facility in the Chicagoland Area. Good friend of the show, Doc Emrick, also chimes in to give Emily a very special surprise!   Learn more at www.stevedale.tv

  • Safia Elhillo | ‘The January Children’, career as a traveling poet, and more

    The Cornerstore spoke with Safia Elhillo about her book ‘The January Children,’ her career as a traveling poet, and what’s next for her.   Stay connected with The Cornerstore on Twitter, Instagram, and Soundcloud!

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    The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 1/6/2019

    Rick Pearson speaks with Senate Republican Leader Bill Brady about this week’s inauguration of a new general assembly. Bill talks about the need of optimism in politics; how close we came to getting The Grand Bargain; and what’s ahead in terms of getting an infrastructure program in place.  Next, Rick is joined by Illinois House Republican leader Jim Durkin of Western Springs to discuss where Republicans fit into the new dynamic of Democrats expanding their legislative majorities. Jim shares details about two new legislation […]

  • The Ed Burke Case is likely to play a major role in the mayoral race

    Rick Pearson is joined by political and governmental correspondent for WTTW Ch.-11, Amanda Vinicky, to discuss the Ed Burke case and the history of corrupt politicians in Illinois. Amanda also touches on the many short-term and long-term effects that the Burke case could have on some of the Chicago mayoral candidates.