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 »
Sure, everyone rents a limo. Some even go as far to charter a boat. Have you ever considered taking over a CTA train car?
NOW YOU CAN!
According to the website, Thrillist, Chicago has one of the 20 best skylines in the world! Only 6 American cities made the list. Find out where we ranked here.
Did you know Jimmy can now add cover model to his resume? He’s on the current cover of Sports Illustrated! Get your first look at the pic in this blog.
Say hello to Bonnie Northsea. She’s 40 weeks pregnant. She really needs to “evict her tenant!” After asking around to find out how she could induce labor, someone told her to try dancing to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
Last night’s 40th anniversary special of “Saturday Night Live” was briefly hilarious; often somewhat humorous; and mostly a bore. In other words, it was the perfect representation of the last 40 years! We all have […]
In an effort to help us relive our youth, the classic John Hughes flick will return to the big screen March 26th for TWO nights only! It will even include a brand new featurette, “The Breakfast Club – A Retrospective.”
I think I speak for many when I say it’s awful what’s happening to the kids on the Jackie Robinson West All-Stars. If you feel the same way and want to support these amazing athletes, there are “STILL Champions” t-shirts on sale…
Have you bought your Powerball tickets yet? It’s up to $485 Million for Wednesday’s drawing! No worries if you didn’t. There’s now an APP for that! Links are in this blog.
John Fox hasn’t even taken the field yet as the new head coach of your Chicago Bears and we’re already looking to future coaching prospects. Specifically, the first FEMALE coach!
Home video was just released by the Chicago Film Archives of what’s believed to be the 1938 Cubs home opener at Wrigley Field! To put things into perspective, the bleachers and the ivy were just ONE year old.