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  • Dane Neal Full Show 7.14.18 | Grilling out, Summer Flicks and Chicago Theatre Now

    Dane Neal is in for Amy Guth this Saturday night with a show packed with food, film and more. Dane checks in with master barbecuers Wayne Mueller and Doug Salt to get their thoughts on the art of perfectly cooked meat. He also chats with the owner of Mora Asian Fusion during a luau about their unique concept and menu. Critic Matt Cipolla breaks down the latest summer blockbusters including “Skyscraper” and “Ant-Man & The Wasp”. Finally, director and fight […]

  • WGN Nightside | Amy Guth and Robert K. Elder play the mixtape of their lives

    On this edition of WGN Nightside, WGN’s Amy Guth and renowned author and journalist Robert K. Elder turn up the volume and go through some big moments in their lives and discover the importance that music plays. They also ask listeners to jump in and share of their own musical moments that range from their biggest heartbreak to the best times of their lives.

  • WGN Nightside 7.9.18 | Jen Weigel Talks Spirituality, Meditation and More

    Author and psychic medium Marla Frees discusses her new book, American Psychic: A Spiritual Journey from the Heartland to Hollywood, Heaven, and Beyond, as well as meditation and her gifts as a psychic.  Cindy Myers, former military engineer turned animal whisperer, talks about her connection with animals and her innate ability to commune with them. Plus, Jen and Marla give listeners advice on a variety of topics and personal matters.   Listen to Jen any time on WGN Plus.

  • No Coast Cinema Ep. 42 | Jess Levandowski, Middle Coast Film Festival

    Jess Levandowski, director of the Middle Coast Film Festival, sits down with Tom and Conor to discuss the upcoming fest, the hidden difficulties of putting together a festival and what film fans can expect from this year’s programming. In the new segment Get Reel, Tom, Conor and Jess dig into some movies they have to get real about, like “Sorry to Bother You”, “Austin Powers in Goldmember” and “Blood Simple”.     Like the show? Subscribe to No Coast Cinema […]

  • Zachary Stevenson performs LIVE as Buddy Holly

    Zachary Stevenson, who plays Buddy Holly in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story at the American Blues Theater, stops by to talk about portraying the rock and roll pioneer and performs “Peggy Sue” and “Everyday” live.

  • Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning 7.8.18 | This Month at Ravinia, The Buddy Holly Musical, Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas talk Ant-Man and the Wasp

    This week on Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning: Ravinia CEO Welz Kaufmann joins Dean on the phone to preview the fantastic acts making their way to Ravinia this month, including Grammy winner and Oscar nominee Mary J. Blige, Alan Cumming and more. Zachary Stevenson, who plays Buddy Holly in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story at the American Blues Theater, stops by to talk about portraying the rock and roll pioneer and performs “Peggy Sue” and “Everyday” live. In Dean’s A-List interviews, he […]

  • Decider.com’s Alexander Zalben tells you what T.V. you have to see

    Managing editor of Decider.com Alexander Zalben has his list of must-see TV of 2018 and takes listener questions about the return of True Detective and how to find out if your favorite show is slaying or slumping in the ratings.  

  • Comedian Josh Gondelman talks stand-up, Last Week Tonight, working with John Oliver

    Comedian and writer Josh Gondelman is in-studio to talk about his career as a stand up comic and the experience of working on the Emmy-winning HBO series Last Week Tonight.

  • Bill and Judy Full Show 7.6.18 | Comedian Josh Gondelman, Must See TV with Alexander Zalben

    The one and only Judy Pielach sits in with Bill today to help get your weekend started off right. On today’s show: Comedian and writer Josh Gondelman is in-studio to talk about his career as a stand up comic and the experience of working on the Emmy-winning HBO series Last Week Tonight. Managing editor of Decider.com Alexander Zalben has his list of must-see TV of 2018 and takes listener questions about the return of True Detective and how to find out if your […]

  • Movie Maestro Pat McDonald gives his best and worst flicks of the year so far, dishes on ‘The Sopranos’ prequel, and previews ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’

    Pat McDonald shares his thoughts on the best and worst movies of the year so far, shares news on the Sopranos prequel, and gives a sneak peek at what’s hitting theaters this week, including the new Marvel flick, Ant-Man and the Wasp.