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  • Together Chicago Highlights the Importance of Mentorship for Students

    Together Chicago is dedicated to working with schools to promote mentorship in and out of the classroom. Director of Education Initiatives, Damien Howard, stopped by the studio to talk about how mentorship has made difference in the lives of students his organization works with and how you can get involved. Take a look.

  • CASA of Cook County Celebrates Volunteers Helping Foster Children

    For 30 years, the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Cook County have helped more than 12,000 children in foster care. professionals. Each CASA volunteer is placed with one to two cases at a time, ensuring each child receives the time and support they deserve. Executive Director, Dr. Bonita Carr stopped by the studio to talk about the non-profit organization and an upcoming gala to celebrate these selfless volunteers. Find out how you can get involved. Take a look.

  • Eastland: Chicago’s Deadliest Day

    Many in Chicago don’t know about the SS Eastland and the more than 800 people who died aboard the boat in July of 1915. Executive Producer Harvey Moshman is determined to get the story out in his latest documentary “Eastland: Chicago’s Deadliest Day.” Find out how you can get a look into a moment in Chicago’s history. Take a look.

  • A Church in Lynwood Prepares for Jazz on the Grass

    Pastor Philip France stopped by the studio to talk about a FREE event open to the public, Jazz on the Grass. You have a few more weeks to get ready for the food, fun and great live music at Living Grace Church. Take a look.

  • I Am That Woman Movement Encourages Internal Fitness

    The “I Am That Woman Movement” encourages women to focus on their inner fitness. Founder and CEO TwylerJenkins stopped by the studio to talk about an event designed to help you feel less stressed and respond to life with more personal power. Take a look to find out what the “movement” is all about and how you can get tickets to what could be a life changing event.

  • 33rd Annual Scottish Festival and Highland Games Next Weekend

    President of Chicago Scots, Gus Noble stopped by the studio today to talk about the 33rd Annual Scottish Festival and Highland Games. Noble says you can expect lots of fun with heavy athletics, bag pipes, and Scottish dogs. The event supports a great cause. Proceeds benefit Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care. Take a look to see how you can get involved.

  • Thinking Ahead: How to prepare this year to be ready for next tax season

    We trust you made it through this tax season whether or not you’re satisfied with how it turned out. CPA Richard Heinz stopped by the studio to give some advice on what to do this year to prepare for next tax season. Take a look.

  • Relive The Moment 108 Years In the Making with MIRACLE

    MIRACLE The Musical recaps the moments loyal Cubs fans waited for their entire lives; winning the World Series in 2016. Lead Producer Bill Marovitz stopped by CLTV studios to talk about the production. Relive the moments by getting tickets to the show at

  • CCLF Invests in the Community

    Chicago Community Loan Fund is dedicated to doing its part in developing Chicago’s south and west sides. For 27 years CCLF has provided funds for developments like affordable housing, shopping malls, individual businesses. They even helped fund a new Jewel-Osco in the Woodland neighborhood. This is the first grocery store in that neighborhood in 40 years. Watch to learn how you can attend a workshop about the development process.  

  • Get on the Right Path to Your Purpose with Nicholas Pearce

    Often many of us make choices without thinking of how they contribute to our life’s purpose. Dr. Nicholas Pearce challenges us to connect the soul to your goal in his new book “Purpose Path.” Listen in to learn the five questions he says everyone should ask on their path to purpose.

  • Reaching The Youth Through Music

    Pastor Charles Jenkins has stepped down as Senior Pastor of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, but he is stepping up for the youth. Jenkins says seeing the violence in and around the city was part of the inspiration for a youth music summer camp proposal. Find out the big players getting involved with the cause and how you can get updates on the progress of the camp. Take a look.

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