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  • Ricardo Rosenkranz sprinkles his magic on set as he previews the Rosenkranz Mysteries

    The healing power of magic, that’s what the Physician Magician Ricardo Rosenkranz brought to the CLTV set today. It’s also what you can expect to experience when you go see the “Rosenkranz Mysteries” at the Royal George theater. The magic truly is a wonderful mystery. Just watch Bill Moller try to figure out this card trick.

  • Don’t Take A Holiday From Your Job Search

    If you’re trying to land a new job in the new year, don’t take a break from your job search during the holiday season.  Lauren Milligan, Career Coach and owner of ResuMayDay, says the most popular month to get hired is January. That means companies are conducting interviews now! Milligan shares some great to tips on how to get the most success if you’re looking for a new job.

  • My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy

    Comedian Brad Zimmerman stopped by the studio to talk about his one man show, My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy. Check out how he was inspired to start the show and how you can get tickets while he’s in Chicago.

  • 6th Annual Chicago Women’s Funny Festival

    Jill Valentine and Liz McArthur stopped by the studio to talk about the 6th Annual Women’s Funny Festival happening June 15th thru June 18th. These two are responsible for getting the festival started to highlight women in comedy. Listen to find out what you can expect and how you can get a ticket.

  • 50th Annual Chicago Business Opportunity Fair

    Minority Business Owners, don’t miss the opportunity to grow your business and create valuable relationships at the 50th Annual Chicago Business Opportunity Fair. More than 200 businesses from various sectors will be in attendance. Sheila Morgan, President of the Minority Supplier Development Council, stopped by to tell why this event is a must for minority business owner looking to get to the next level.

  • Get Loud in the Library with Night in the Stacks

    Michelle Bess of the Chicago Public Library Foundation joined Randi Belisomo on set today to talk about an event to help raise money for the Chicago Public Libraries. Take a listen to how the funds help advance the libraries and how you can get involved.

  • Laisha Fox Teaches the Art of Resume Writing

    Have you ever wondered why you didn’t get a job even though you were qualified? Maybe you need to sharpen your interview or resume writing skills. Laisha Fox joined Randi Belisomo on set today to talk about her goals for clients as a career coach. Fox also has an upcoming seminar to help you tighten up your skills so you can look good on paper. Take a look.

  • Communications Expert Stacey Hanke Makes an Influence

    In business, your team is only as strong as your influence. That’s according to Author and Communications Expert Stacey Hanke. Hanke stopped by the station to talk to Bill Moller about the importance of influence and her new book ‘Influence Redefined: Be the Leader You Were Meant to be Monday to Monday.’ Check out some of the ways she believes you take your influence to the next level.

  • 16th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival

    Everybody could use a good laugh. Starting now through January 15th, you can get just that with the 16th Annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival. Founder and Executive Producer Brian Posen stopped by to talk to Bill Moller about what you can expect. Take a look.

  • FULL LIST: Chicago area school closings

    Find out if a weather emergency has closed your school, business or daycare center. The Emergency Closing Center lists the status of all reported ECC facilities. If you do not see your facility listed it means the facility has not reported a status change to ECC.  

  • Chicago Urban League Values Women in Leadership

    The Women’s Board of the Chicago Urban League understands the value of women in leadership positions. The President of the Women’s Board, Jasmine Guy, stopped by the studio today to discuss the benefits of women in leadership. Listen in to find out how you can gain some valuable insight form Chicago women who are taking charge this weekend and support a scholarship fund.