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No One’s Indispensable

The theme is interactive games.  Today’s game is to Identify TV Shows Where an Actor Replaced a Previous Actor in the Same Role.  Perhaps the show aged a character over the summer or perhaps the actor was simply replaced. 163 more words

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Happy Birthday, Paul Petersen!

Many of you might know Paul Peterson from the original Mickey Mouse Club or as Jeff Stone on The Donna Reed Show.  But did you also know he’s an author?  110 more words

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Animal Magnetism

The theme is interactive games.  Today’s game is to Identify TV Shows That Feature Animals That Communicate with People.

The rules are as follows: 124 more words

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Melissa Gilbert talks 'My Prairie Cookbook'

The always delightful Melissa Gilbert joins Bill and Wendy to discuss her new cookbook “My Prairie Cookbook”. Star of the hit TV show Little House on the Prairie, Melissa discusses everything from past memories of the show to her love for cooking! 10 more words

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"Bewitched" Spoiler: Samantha Stevens Is a Witch

I went all out, if I do say so myself, on the occasion of the 50th birthday of Bewitched.

First, I learned how to do… 73 more words

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Abracadabra

The theme is interactive games.  Today’s game is to Identify TV Shows Where Children or Other Family Members Disappear with No Explanation.  There have been a lot of television shows that start off with a certain number of household members, then the show comes back the next season, and someone is missing.  216 more words

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Al DeGenova and After Hours Press

Al DeGenova, co-founder of After Hours Press, joins Rick Kogan to talk about the press and its semi-annual literary magazine. 

The literary magazine After Hours,  unveiled in June, 2000, hopes to create a forum, a showcase and gallery for the voices and visions of Chicago poets, fiction writers, artists, and photographers. 59 more words

After Hours With Rick Kogan