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  • Kids’ Sports 3.25.18 | Casey Tyrell

    A sixth grade avid Cub fan from Joliet. His goal in life is to be a fighting Irish leprechaun mascot for Notre Dame! Publishes weekly Casey’s Tribune Sports, a six-page newsletter with local, Chicago, and national sports stories. He is also part of a travel baseball league and he also plays golf at his school at Troy Shorewood, IL.  

  • Frank Fontana’s ‘Who’s Got The Best Balls’ Contest- Spring The Early Summer Drinks

    Frank Fontana talks about how you can win the meatball  contest that was invented after an hour conversation with Chef Jaime Laurita. Also, Adam Sager with Winesellers Ltd joins David Miranda to talk the best springtime wine.  

  • Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning Full Show | 3.25.18

    This week on Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning: In Kid’s Sports, we welcome Casey Tyrell a sixth grader at Troy Shorewood Middle School, his goal in life is to be a fighting Irish leprechaun for Notre Dame! He publishes weekly Casey’s Tribune Sports, a six-page newsletter with local, Chicago, and national sports stories. He is into his travel team baseball league right now and he also plays golf. In the Far Flung Forecast with Dave Schwan, we find out how Normal, Illinois got it’s name. Mauricio Martinez […]

  • Get ‘On Your Feet’!

    The story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan is back in Chicago with the Broadway hit musical “On Your Feet”! WGN’s Andrea Darlas and David Miranda sat down with the Broadway stars of the show Christie Prades and Mauricio Martinez as they talk about the show that’s exciting audiences everywhere. Prades and Martinez talk about the powerful love story and the message of the show coupled with hit songs from the Miami Sound Machine (and original members). Also, we hear about […]

  • Earn Passive Income By Talking About Products You Buy – Learning Basic Woodworking Skills

    Neel Grover, the founder and chief executive officer of Indi  Everyone Is An Influencer to a certain degree, here we learn how you can  get paid without having a relationship with a brand, product or service. Online reviews appeal to a wide demographic, but those under 50 are especially more likely to incorporate online reviews into their shopping. Tom Bradley, Store Manager at Rockler Woodworking & Hardware in Orland Park Make & Take” project classes to celebrate National Woodworking Month. Participants can learn […]

  • The Living Environment Affects Moods & Behavior – Feeding Bacteria In Your Body Without Knowing

    Architect & Designer Lenore Weiss– People perform differently in a space. How colors, textures, the volume of space, ceiling height, furniture arrangement all have an impact on the homeowner’s well-being. People (primarily middle-age and older) are downsizing to condos in the city where they can easily take advantage of all the entertainment and cultural venues that are available downtown. Probiotic Developer Natasha Trenev– It’s vital to build up your immune system, and Natren help with that. She also talks about how Whole Foods […]

  • Botox Beauty Secrets and The Risks & Benefits Of Liposuction

    Dr. Stefan Szczerba talks about facial rejuvenation and the benefits & risks of liposuction.  He is joined by Janine Pawlus, RN Practice Manager / Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist. In this show they help Frank Fontana get beautiful & younger with needles. Listen to see how it was to get Botox LIVE while hosting this show.      

  • Fun & Function In The Backyard & Relaxing Outdoor Rooms

    #ParentLife this week is about: How to Raise a Sweet Son in an Era of Angry Men. Frank and his wife Sherry talk about how strict should parents be. David Berryhill Archadeck of Chicagoland president- Talks about the home show taking place and outdoor living spaces being the biggest trends for 2018 .  

  • Steve Cochran Show 02.28.18: A Toast to Bob Collins

    Steve Cochran Show 02.28.18

  • Coach Q: Trades are part of the business

    The head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League Coach Q gives us an update on Blackhawk players & talks about the national hockey business decisions.  He says, things have to keep changing to stay competitive and to help the players go to the next level.

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