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Kathy and Judy reflect on what it means to be on the radio in Chicago

Kathy O’Malley and Judy Markey join Justin at The Big Table to reflect on their amazing careers including their first show on Super Bowl Sunday, breaking barriers in radio, creating “Sex Thursday,” their relationship to the WGN radio audience, the WGN Walk of Fame and what it means to be on the radio in Chicago. 18 more words

The Download

Intentional Grounding, Episode 15: Chargers Recap, News & Notes, and Bears/Rams Preview

On this week’s episode of Intentional Grounding, Adam Hoge & Adam Jahns put a bow on the Bears’ exciting 22-19 win over the Chargers on MNF as they improved to 3-5 on the season.  40 more words


SPECTRE: Here come the North American reviews

After press showings over the past several days, North American film critics are weighing in on SPECTRE.

The 24th James Bond film, as of Tuesday afternoon, has a… 777 more words

James Bond Films

Investigative beat reporting endures, but I worry about it

America needs skeptical, curious reporters reading through boring reports to find seeds of potential stories.

That’s how Sarah Karp of Catalyst Chicago dug up the Chicago Public Schools corruption story that produced a scandal and a guilty plea to criminal charges. 322 more words


An Outside The Loop Radio Preview: The 'Pinball Throwdown' Edition

In addition to previewing some of the great guests they’ll interview Saturday morning on Outside the Loop Radio, Mike ‘Broham’ Stephen and Andy ‘The Count Hermann’ discuss The Count’s eventual / imminent takeover of OTL and issue a pinball challenge to Nick Digilio and producer Dan Sugrue. 61 more words

WGN Radio

Columbia Journalism Review Cutting Back to Two Print Issues a Year

Elizabeth Spayd, the editor in chief and publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review, announced in a note to readers on Wednesday that the nonprofit magazine would be reducing its print schedule from six issues a year to two. 248 more words

Conde Nast

A woman in season.

It is autumn, occasional chill begging a blanket’s comfort, occasional warmth reviving sandal straps. These are unpredictable days, suspended somewhere between bronze and silver. Foggy morning mist gives way, perhaps, to unexpected sun. 142 more words

The View From Here