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  • Sociologist professor discusses how having hidden wealth may be embarrassing

    How do people afford luxury things? Frederick Wherry, Professor of Sociology at Princeton University joins the Matt Bubala Show live to discuss the age old concept: is the grass always greener on the other side? A New York Times article discusses this concept from a few tiers: people only post the “good” parts of their lives on social media, people are in credit card debt, or people have hidden wealth. Tune in to the full podcast hear to hear Wherry […]

  • The Paris Zoo blob: what is it? Slime mold researcher breaks down the facts

    The newest attraction at the Paris Zoo isn’t actually an animal, but a blob. Dr. Audrey Dussutour, a researcher with the French National Scientific Research Center studies blobs and works with the zoo, joins the Matt Bubala Show to talk about this algae-like organism.  

  • Matt Bubala Full Show 11.9.19

    Welcome to Winter…Matt and the gang are back for another fun show, braving the cold this weekend. Listeners give tips on how Matt can get a winter coat for cheap. In the spirit of the season…is it too early for Christmas music? The crew talks about our love for James Dean and Taylor Swift. Right before the 2:30 a.m. news, we chat with a researcher who studies slime. Audrey Dussutour joins the conversation to talk about the hottest attraction at […]

  • Sociologist says “Havana Syndrome” is solved

    Robert Bartholomew joins the Matt Bubala Show live from New Zealand. He joins the show to dicusss an update on an article published in the journal of Royal Society of Medicine about the Havana Syndrome, the event popularized last year as a list of medical signs and symptoms experienced by U.S. and Canadian embassy staff reported in Cuba and China.   

  • High school senior starts business at 15, talks company success and future plans

    Mike D’Antonio isn’t in college yet, but he already has his own university. D’Antonio is the CEO of StockedUp, a company he started after becoming interested in the stock markets. His website describes StockedUp as a “stock market education and algorithmic trading company” that teaches people how to trade and offer customers coded algorithms. This Mount Carmel senior joins another Mount Carmel graduate on the Matt Bubala Show to discuss his secrets to success.  

  • Accident investigator talks the future of airline safety

    March marks six years since the MH 370 crash. To this day, no information about what happened has been found. David Soucie, famed accident investigator joins the Matt Bubala Show says he’s surprised that “not a lot has been done” to figure out how plane accidents like this don’t happen again. Soucie says that there are still airlines that can go hours without communication of a constant stream of data because it is more expensive. Soucie helps listeners break down […]

  • Matt Bubala Full Show 11.2.19

    Halloween or the dubbed “Hallowinter” is over-but Matt gives ups an updates on the goodies collected trick-or-treating. We talk about the Blackhawks season so far and chat with a variety of guests. During the 2 a.m. hour, we chat with accident investigator David Soucie. Later on, we talk about the campaign for 2020. At 3 a.m. Robert Bartholomew discusses some new research on mass hysteria. High school senior Mike D’Antonio talks about how he started his own business–and how he […]

  • Get out of debt: Navy vet made $250K in 13 months, shares tips on how anyone can invest

    Tony Elion Jr. went back to college after life in the Navy.  An average college student worries about student loan debt….but Elion made $250K in an easy way. The Matt Bubala Show chats with Elion about his real life experience and friendly money hacks. In his new book, Sailor to Student: How I Made a Quarter of A Million Dollars in the Stock Market and You Can Too, Tony decodes the confusing lingo like brokerage accounts, exchange-traded funds and unrealized […]

  • CPAA President says Chicago school system is the most understaffed district statewide

    No deal has been made yet as the Chicago Teacher’s Union and Chicago Public Schools as negotiations enter the 11th day. The Matt Bubala Show chats with Troy LaRaviere, President of the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association (CPAA) as he helps listeners break down the facts and concerns.    

  • Matt Bubala Full Show 10-26-19: Halloween Edition

    On this Halloween weekend show, we discuss some potentially scary things within the school system: the Chicago teacher’s strike. At 1:30 a.m., the Matt Bubala Show chats with Troy LaRaviere, President of the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association. We talk about our Halloween costume ideas, winning the lottery,  Cubs staffing changes and Roger’s house hunting strategies. Throughout the show, Matt comes to terms with being “old.” During the 3 a.m. hour, we chat with Tony Elion, a navy vet who […]

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