Tags » Justin Kaufmann
We have an incredible show to end the week! On tonight’s episode of The Download, Justin speaks with Brilliant Pad CEO and co-founder Alan Cook about their new self-cleaning indoor dog potty, the tremendous actor Jason Isaacs discusses his new film, “The Death of Stalin,” we break down another action-packed week of news with Mario Smith and Amara Enyia, best-selling author Gillian Flynn (“Gone Girl”) and Dana Kaye chat about the upcoming Murder and Mayhem conference and it’s Friday so that means Edward McClelland is back to judge the “Chicago Accent Challenge!” 44 more words
Louder Than a Bomb Youth Poetry Festival marketing manager José Olivarez: "My favorite part of the festival is the fact that you can end up in a room with young people from all sides of the city"
Poet, educator and author Jose Olivarez, marketing manager for Young Chicago Authors and the Louder Than a Bomb Youth Poetry Festival, joins Justin to talk about what Young Chicago Authors means to him, why he first became interested in poetry, when he found his voice, the importance of growing up in the arts, his memories of performing at the festival, what he remembers from the experience, how feels about today’s organized walkouts and how the festival competition has gone so far. 44 more words
Bears Insider Adam Hoge: "If Ryan Pace does to the offense what he's done with the defense this team is going to be pretty good in a couple of years"
WGN Bears Insider Adam Hoge joins Justin to break down the the first wave of NFL Free Agency. Adam talks about the Bears signing WR Allen Robinson, WR Taylor Gabriel, TE Trey Burton, QB Chase Daniel and K Cody Parkey, how Ryan Pace and Vic Fangio have improved the defense over the last couple of years, if there are any other free agents out there that the Bears might be interested in signing, the amount of players the Bears have already cut, the future of current Bears players Kevin White and Dion Sims, who the team is looking to draft and the Bears most pressing needs moving forward. 44 more words
We have an extremely entertaining show for you this evening! On tonight’s episode of The Download, The Daily Line’s A.D. Quig and Heather Cherone tell us the Illinois political stories we need to be paying attention to with just a week before the Primary Election, former Better Government Association President and CEO Andy Shaw and new BGA President CEO journalist David Greising talk about the future of the investigative watchdog organization, poet Jose Olivarez chats about this weekend’s Louder Than a Bomb Youth Poetry Festival, Bears Insider Adam Hoge breaks down NFL Free Agency and what to expect from the Bears new players and since it’s Wednesday, we end the show with a visit from The DuPage Picker who is here to evaluate your stuff on “The Swap Meet!” 44 more words