After a convincing 30-14 win over UNLV, Dave Eanet and Dan Persa breakdown the previous week’s game against the Rebels including the efficiency of Quartberack Hunter Johnson. Now the Wildcats look on to their next game on September 21st against Michigan State. Also joining the show is Sam Valenzisi who was inducted into the Northwestern Football Hall of Fame. Sam shares some memories from his time at Northwestern and gives some insight on Coach Pat Fitzgerald. Finally, will Michigan State […]
As the Blackhawks prepare for their first preseason game on Monday September 16th, Chris Boden and Scott King catch you up with the latest storylines from the team’s Training Camp Festival. You’ll hear from newcomer Alex Nylander as he describes scoring in one of the scrimmages. Vice President and General Manager Stan Bowman describes the competition at forward and the depth on the roster. Duncan Keith and Corey Crawford also speak to the media about the upcoming season. Crawford in […]
On this episode of “White Sox Weekly”, Mark Carman talks to Scott Merkin of MLB.com and Vinnie Duber of NBC Sports Chicago. One questions he asks both of them, what’s excited you the most about the White Sox this year? Scott and Vinnie weigh in and give their insights on the team. What’s excited you the most about the White Sox this year? Has it been the emergence of Lucas Giolito and Yoan Moncada? Eloy Jimenez’s power? Or maybe it […]
Chicago’s own Robin Baumgarten returns to the show to talk about 25 years of the WGN Morning News, pulling clips she barely remembers, the unbridled chemistry on the anchor team and her three top moments on the show. Chicago’s Very Own WGN Morning News 25th Anniversary Special will air in primetime on Tuesday, September 17 from 7-9pm CT. The LIVE broadcast on WGN-TV will also be streamed live at WGNTV.com/Live
Dave Plier talks to author and Hollywood publicist Jeff Abraham about dozens of heart-stopping stories in his new book ‘The Show Won’t Go On: The Most Shocking, Bizarre, and Historic Deaths of Performers Onstage’, the first comprehensive study of a bizarre phenomenon… performers who died onstage. For more information, visit theshowwontgoon.com.
Dave Schwan and Dave Plier talk about the creation of the US Post Office in 1789, President Lincoln’s Emancipation in 1862, Henry Ford announces the 8 hour-5 day workweek, the Chicago Blackhawks are formed, the White Sox clinch the AL Pennant in 1959, the Kennedy-Nixon Debate in Chicago, ‘The Munsters’ premieres and the Cubs clinch.
Walter Jacobson digs deep into the astounding number of big name corporations and why they have deceived their customers. Volkswagen, Facebook, Google, YouTube and others have been forced to pay substantial fines, but have they learned their lesson?
Heading into week 3 of the Wildcats season, Dave Eanet and Dan Persa recap the 17-7 loss to Stanford, the QB situation and Hunter Johnson’s play, as well as previewing the Wildcats week 3 game against UNLV. How can some of the inexperience on the offensive line impact the team? Dave and Dan break it all down. Later in the podcast, Joe Gaziano chats to Dave and Dan about the teams defense and how the bye week can give the […]
Mark Carman fills in for Justin Kaufmann following Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s speech about the state of the city of Chicago. He is joined by Rick Pearson and they break down the mayors speech and give their thoughts on it. Later he welcomes his friend Hailey Shannon to talk about her sobriety group and her journey to sobriety at a young age. Finally before Carm wraps up the show he welcomes in his buddy Aaron Levy to talk about his book.