Recent Articles
  • Sandy Colbert in background

    Get In Print

    Sandy Colbert joins Rick Kogan to talk about the first ever In Print Book Fair, held in Rockford.

  • WendyCity

    Wendy Bright wants to show you Chicago

    Tour operator and architectural historian Wendy Bright joins Rick Kogan to talk about her new company, WendyCity Tours.

  • Haunting History with David Parr

    Author and magician David Parr joins Rick Kogan to talk about his Magic Cabaret, a magic show based on the great spectacles of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his upcoming event, Haunting History.

  • Augie Aleksy

    Augie Aleksy talks books

    Augie Aleksy, the well-respected owner of the Centuries & Sleuths bookstore in Forest Park, sits down with Rick to talk about the craft of bookselling.

  • Tennessee Williams

    John Lahr on ‘Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh’

    Author and journalist John Lahr joins Rick Kogan to talk about his newest biography, "Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh."

  • The Irish Way

    ‘The Irish Way’

    Author James R. Barrett joins Rick Kogan to talk about his book, "The Irish Way: Becoming American in the Multiethnic City."

  • 'The Hard-Boiled Detective 1'

    Ben Solomon on ‘The Hard-Boiled Detective’

    Ben Solomon talks with Rick Kogan about his new collection, "The Hard-Boiled Detective 1."

  • The New Art of Capturing Love

    Capturing Love with Kathryn Hamm

    Kathryn Hamm talks with Rick Kogan about her new book, "The New Art of Capturing Love," which claims to be the first guide to sensitively capturing same-sex couples on their wedding day.

  • Great Chicago Fire Festival

    Jim Lasko, before the fire

    Jim Lasko, executive artistic director of Redmoon Theater, joins Rick Kogan to talk about the mission behind the Great Chicago Fire Festival, and what he hopes the event will yield.

  • Pine Tar Portraits

    Pine Tar Portraits and baseball art

    Artists Margie Lawrence and Charles Pike sit down with Rick to talk about their new art show, Pine Tar Portraits.

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