Jeffrey T. Mason
Jeffrey Tyler Mason was born a “radio geek.” By age 15, he found a way to get paid for it, answering the request lines at WYCL in Reading, PA. “Jeffro” (as friends call him) went on to work in some of America’s finest holes in the road and eventually got the call to the majors at age 20… Read more »
I’m not the only one who’s teary-eyed about his retirement. Pretty much EVERYONE in late night television has been influenced by Dave. You can tell by their heartfelt tributes…
The city of Chicago has released the schedule for the 2015 Millennium Park Summer Film Series!
As usual, it will take place Tuesdays, 6:30pm at Jay Pritzker Pavilion. And, as usual, it is 100% FREE! Here’s the schedule:
It’s been almost two years since I posted Max Wilson’s “Windy City Nights” time lapse video in this blog. Good news: Max is at it again with “Windy City Nights II!” It’s bigger, brighter…and even MORE beautiful.
Thanks to a YouTuber with a LOT of free time, we can now hear all of Jacko’s moans, groans, squeals, and even yelps…in one sitting! These are taken directly from his vocal tracks WITHOUT the music included. It’s actually a little frightening!
Movoto ranked the top 10 Chicago suburbs for families, based on schools, crime rate, cost of living, average commute time and several other factors.
U2 performed at the 42nd Street subway station below Grand Central Station! Though, at first glance, you wouldn’t have known it was them. They were cleverly disguised.
Let me ask: do YOU know who Clark is? I can name three people who did NOT. That was until Final Jeopardy yesterday.
Did you catch Harry Caray on The Late Show this week? OK, clearly it wasn’t really Harry. That would be morbid as he passed away in 1998. However, it sure looked and sounded like Mr. Caray!
The Victory Auto Wreckers commercial from 1985 has ended its 30-year run. While the internet – something unheard of in 1985 – is included in the new ad, there’s still an element of 80s charm to it. Take a look!
You’ve already seen the magnificent homes in all of John Hughes’s movies. Now, you can see his own home in Lake Forest! Public tours of the 11,000 square foot Hughes estate run through May 17th.