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.


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    The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 7/21/2019

    On this edition of The Sunday Spin: Rick Pearson is joined by Rebecca Shi, Executive Director of the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition, to discuss immigration issues and what her organization is hoping to see in the near future. Rebecca explains the low possibility of a comprehensive immigration reform package being implemented ahead of 2020; discusses some of the changes in immigration policies under the Trump administration; and much more. Next, Rick speaks with Dennis Goldford, Professor of Political Science at Drake […]

  • Raja Krishnamoorthi’s take on the Robert Mueller investigation

    Rick Pearson talks with U.S. Democratic Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi on the upcoming testimony of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller. A member of the House Intelligence Committee, one of the two House panels that will be questioning Mueller, Raja shares what he wants to ask Mueller and what he’s looking to learn from his testimony.  

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    An in-depth look at the Democratic Presidential field

    Rick Pearson speaks with Dennis Goldford, Professor of Political Science at Drake University about the Democratic Presidential field and the frustration that Iowa Democrats, and Democrats nationwide, are facing. Dennis also touches on the generational shift in voters, what “moving forward” looks like, and more.  

  • New administration changes are the leading factor in many of the current immigration issues

    Rick Pearson is joined by Rebecca Shi, Executive Director of the Illinois Business Immigration Coalition, to discuss immigration issues and what her organization is hoping to see in the near future. Rebecca explains the low possibility of a comprehensive immigration reform package being implemented ahead of 2020; discusses some of the changes in immigration policies under the Trump administration; and much more.  

  • Steve Dale 7/21/2019 Full Show: The many changes in veterinary medicine

    Steve Dale is joined by Certified Veterinary Technician Mary Ann Minick to discuss some of the many changes occurring in veterinary medicine, the importance of proceeding with caution when turning to Google to find out what’s wrong with your pet, how vital it is to keep your older pets active at all times, and much more. Learn more at www.stevedale.tv

  • Darts | Getting in graffiti as a Chicago youth, graffiti culture, and more

    The Cornerstore spoke with Darts about getting in graffiti as a Chicago youth, the intricacies of the Chicago graffiti culture, and more.   Stay connected with The Cornerstore on Twitter, Instagram,and Soundcloud!

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    The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 7/14/2019

    On this edition of The Sunday Spin: Rick Pearson talks to Republican State Rep. David McSweeney about the state’s new taxes and his opposition against tax increases. David describes alternatives including spending the money already being spent regardless of the Capital Bill in more efficient ways; expresses his concerns for the new gas tax and the effect it will have on families; and his stance on prevailing wage. Next, Rick speaks with Tribune investigative reporter Hal Dardick about his piece covering […]

  • RTA Chairman Kirk Dillard covers Capital Projects and improving mass transit

    Rick Pearson is joined by Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Chairman Kirk Dillard to discuss the recent gas tax increase and the new capital program in terms of improving mass transit in the region. Kirk talks about the backlog of state of good repairs and his enthusiasm with the transportation component of the Capital Bill; the problems plaguing the BNSF railway; and much more.  

  • Tribune Investigative Reporter Hal Dardick on the Todd Ricketts’ property tax appeal investigation

    Rick Pearson speaks with Tribune investigative reporter Hal Dardick about his piece covering a property tax assessment reduction that was being sought out by Todd Ricketts, a member of the owning family of the Cubs. Hal provides insight into his investigative findings, where things currently stand, and more. You can read the full report here: www.chicagotribune.com/investigations

  • David McSweeney: “What we really need on the state and local level is Pension reform”

    Rick Pearson talks to Republican State Rep. David McSweeney about the state’s new taxes and his opposition against tax increases. David describes alternatives including spending the money already being spent regardless of the Capital Bill in more efficient ways; expresses his concerns for the new gas tax and the effect it will have on families; his stance on prevailing wage; and much more.

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