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  • Rep. Anna Moeller on the LGBTQ History Curriculum

    John talks with Rep. Anna Moeller, who first introduced the newly passed law that will require public schools to include LGBTQ history in their curriculum. “It’s very powerful when children have role models,” said Moeller, “They can look up to and know these people did amazing things and they were gay.” Listen to the full conversation now:

  • The John Williams Show Full Podcast 08.13.19: Rep. Anna Moeller & the LGBTQ Curriculum, Chirs Cuomo, Celebrity Hairstyles

    First up on today’s show, John talks with Rep. Anna Moeller, who first introduced the newly passed law that will require public schools to include LGBTQ history in their curriculum. “It’s very powerful when children have role models,” said Moeller, “They can look up to and know these people did amazing things, and they were gay.” John then opens the phone lines to hear from the listeners and to get their take on the law, which will take effect in […]

  • Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning FoodTime (08.11.19)

    Dean opens up the phone lines to ask the listeners about their favorite restaurants here in Chicago. And specifically which ones they would call quintessential destinations of Chicago.

  • Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning | August 11th, 2019 | Cast of “You Can’t Fake the Funk,” Hollywood and Violence, FoodTime

    It’s a packed edition of Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning! First, a far flung forecast that takes us to Oconomowoc, WI where “The Wizard of OZ”  was first premiered 80 years ago. (16:25) Then, Dean welcomes in members the Black Ensemble Theater’s “You Can’t Fake the Funk” to talk about the production and perform a tune from the show. (26:58) Following that, Dean talks about the role violence in Hollywood is playing in the recent mass shootings. (48:12) Last, FoodTime, Dean […]

  • Interview and Performance with Black Ensemble Theater’s “You Can’t Fake the Funk”

    Dean sits down with members of the Black Ensemble Theater’s “You Can’t Fake the Funk” to talk about the importance of the show and the timeless music that can be heard throughout.  The cast even showcases one of the show’s tunes in a funky performance. The show pays tribute to artists like Sly and the Family Stone, Earth Wind and Fire, Chaka Khan, Rick James and more. “You Can’t Fake the Funk” runs through September 22nd, tickets are on sale […]

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