EP132: Rick and Dave discuss Swastika Acres, potholes saving lives, 1963 Cub Phil Mudrock, Rick’s brush with Everybody Loves Raymond actress Doris Roberts, and they pay tribute to the late great Chicago sportscaster Chet Coppock.
EP250: Doug, Red & Lefty discuss Joe Biden’s candidacy for President. An update on the naked women car chase. Man attacks woman with urine filled water pistol. Deranged woman trashes burger joint over lack of chocolate ice cream. Night Knight continues his one man war on crime.
EP21: We talk with film maker Giancarlo Iannotta about his movie “My Country” a charming road trip film that travels from Chicago to Molise, Italy. Giancarlo tells us about growing up in an Italian American family in Chicago, making the movie, and several unique foods that appear in the film.
Giancarlo Iannotta https://www.mycountryfilm.com/
Food and […]
From her first un-oaked Chardonay to a true array of beautiful whites and reds. Cindy is one of Sonoma’s best!
“Passaggio, Italian for ‘pass through’, reflects my winemaking journey; new adventures with each vintage, exploring traditional and off-the-beaten-path varieties. I’m fortunate to be able to source hard to find grape varietals along with traditional ones.” […]
EP25: Since MacArthur Place Hotel was purchased last year, there has been a great amount of curiosity as to how the culinary direction would change from its steakhouse roots. On this episode of The Bite Goes On, Kathleen Hill joins us as we were able to talk to Chef Cole Dickenson about his returning […]
The greatest NHL Playoff game in history(?), cowboy hats, fawning over Robert Redford and Brad Pitt, and more.
Jon and Steven can’t stop the FOMO so Elliott Serrano and Marco Garcia stop by to tell them what it was like. How different was the show from C2E2 which was held in the sam place by the same people? How hard was it to get into those panels? And can Elliott ever forgive […]
JAZ & Andy debate Big Ketchup, celebrate Huge Electronics & ponder Giant Monsters, Johnny Mo tells us about his latest short film role & the whole gang clowns around for a rare morning recording session to kick off our long overdue Chicagoland springtime! Plus, Gimme Five!
EP118: A flipping unicycle Taffertins! That’s right…we opened with a unicycle. This bar needs some serious saving if someone is riding around on a unicycle drinking in the bar. Thankfully, Jon is willing to square up with Henry and Miles, two recent college grads who open a frat house(read: bar) and can’t get it […]
EP121: Danielle Tufano of The River, Justin Kulovsek of the Museum of Broadcast Communications, Vickie Eisenstein comedian and former Lossano co-host, join Tony Lossano to discuss working for the Maestro from Seinfeld, Lorne Michaels’ personal cell number, faxing unemployment like it is 1996, canceling cable can improve your package, adulting with a portable urinal, […]