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  • Get Ready To Laugh at the Chicago Sketch Comedy Fest

    It’s that time of year again. Time to shake the winter blues at the 18th annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival. Two performers in the festival stopped by the studio to talk about what people can expect this year. Take a look.  

  • Playgoers Are Haunted By The Woman In Black

    Many people know that filmmakers use fancy graphics and special effects to scare viewers, but how do you explain the haunting in a live stage play? Play critics call The Woman in Black a dark tense thriller.  With just two actors, the play terrifies the audience. Director Robin Herford came on set to talk about the play which is showing now through February 17th at the Royal George Theatre. Take a look.

  • A Children’s Book Author Aims to Help Build Self Esteem for Young Black Girls

    Teaching children to love themselves just the way they are is essential to building positive self image. Author Shavondra Walker aims to do just that in her new book “Black Girl Shine.” The book contains positive affirmations for your Black girls to love who they are, and aspire to greatness in the future. Watch the interview to learn Walker’s inspiration for the book and how you can get a signed copy. Take a look.

  • Learn How to Talk to Children About Grief in “Where’s Taylor?”

    Adults often have a hard time dealing with the loss of a loved one. One can only image it’s even more difficult for children. In her book “Where’s Taylor?”, Michelle Redd Newell explains how to talk to children about coping with death and loss. The idea for the book came after dealing with the passing of her 4-year-old niece, Taylor. On Thursday, November 29th, Redd-Newell will have a book launch and panel discussion on this important topic. Take a look […]

  • Start Talking Turkey Today with the Butterball Turkey Talk Line

    Halloween is over and it’s time to look forward to the next holiday, Thanksgiving. For those who may need a little extra help in the kitchen, the Butterball Turkey Talk Line is now open. You can contact them by calling, texting or live streaming.  Visit  the Butterball website for more details.

  • The American Revolution Takes Center Stage

    A new show is coming through Chicago fresh from the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. It’s called The American Revolution and its playing at The Greenhouse Theater. Actors explain a lot of the story using creative body movements on an intimate stage. Take a look as Director Marc Frost explains how this show is a different experience than most.

  • Change Your Mindset with the Love, You Journal

    If you’ve ever felt stagnant in your life goals and could not understand why, maybe it’s time for deep self reflection. Tai Sawyer did just that and created a journal guided by self reflection questions. Watch as Tai and Bill talk about her journey and how you can get started on yours. Take a look.

  • Get In On the Madness at the First Folio Theatre

    First Folio Theater presents an interactive play “The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe.” Director Skyler Schrempp came to the studio to talk about how the audience is involved. Take a look.

  • Private Peaceful Comes to Chicago

    The story of the brutality of war told in a unique way. One man, Shane O’Regan brilliantly plays 40 characters. O’Regan stopped by the studio today to talk about the play and even gave a little preview. Take a look.

  • The Work of George Kokines is the New Exhibit at The National Hellenic Museum

    The National Hellenic Museum announces a new exhibit. George Kokines: Layers Revealed. The museum’s president, Laura Calamos, talked to Bill Moller about the artist’s journey and what visitors can expect from his body of work. Take a look.  

  • Missouri Woman Wants to be Where the People…Aren’t

    Sometimes you just need a break. Recording artist, Paula Saunders was feeling just that when she came up with a little tune in her car. Enlisting the help of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid”, Saunders accurately expresses how most of us feel when we just need some alone time. Oh, and what a voice! Take a listen.

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