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The Twilight Zone-A World of Difference

This episode was pretty perplexing is funny but not funny to see how easy one can slip into fantasy. Man times people get into character especially a lot of actors and become these villians who they portray..but there’s always a price to pay sad to say. 11 more words

Creative Arts

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

Bill Leff And Wendy Snyder

"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

TV

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

Classic TV: 'Superman on Earth'

It’s hard to overstate just what an impact “The Adventures of Superman” had on America in the 1950s.

Kids were comic-book crazy back then and comics had sold millions of copies a year for more than a decade. 521 more words

Classic TV

Waking up with Ray Rayner: 50 Years Later

Children’s television historian Jim Engel talks to Dave Plier about WGN Television’s Very Own, Ray Rayner, celebrating the 1964 launch of his own self titled show ’Ray Rayner & His Friends’ which premiered 50 years ago along with Cuddly Dudley, ‘Ark in the Park’ with Dr. 34 more words

Dave Plier

Antenna TV Celebrates 50 Years of ‘Bewitched’ with Erin ’Tabitha’ Murphy

It’s the 50th Anniversary of vintage TV sitcom ‘Bewitched’ starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York, Dick Sargent, Agnes Moorhead and Erin Murphy, who played the littlest witch Tabitha and joins Dave Plier to talk about behind the sciences of the show and the upcoming Antenna TV Marathon airing Saturday September 20th. 13 more words

Dave Plier