Your Chicago Episodes
Meet Mike, Arden’s boyfriend and international man of mystery. In this episode, Mike graciously steps in as a pinch hitter after a last minute guest cancellation and joins the Your Chicago crew as we discuss the reasons we stick out Chicago’s brutal winters besides the standard “because the summers are amazing,” ponder the recycling […]
Meet Tony Dreyfuss, co-founder of Metropolis Coffee Company. In this episode, Tony talks about the cup of coffee that changed his life and how coffee can change the lives of others, teaches us about the coffee roasting process, tells us about the best place in the city to swim in the lake and bravely […]
Meet Patrick “Deep Dish” Bertoletti, Chicago’s very own world record setting competitive eater. In this episode, Patrick dishes on the world of competitive eating, talks about starting his own restaurant and educates us on the history of the Pullman neighborhood.
Meet Steve Labedz, producer of Interview Squared, Chicago’s original improvised interview show. In this episode, Steve talks about creating and organizing a bi-weekly live show, plans out a perfect date night and sings the newest Your Chicago bumper
Meet Colette Gabriel, co-creator of Water We Thinking a blog about living life aboard a boat in Chicago. In this episode Colette talks about the adventures of making a home on the water with her husband, chastises Chicago for the state of our public transit and shares some new ways to explore […]
Meet Kylie Bunting, co-organizer for Barley’s Angels Chicago. In this episode, Kylie talks about creating a safe space for women to discover and enjoy beer, gives the low down on snow etiquette and shares three (and a half!) secrets, including a way to see the city from a whole new angle.
Meet Saya Hillman, owner of Mac & Cheese Productions, a business that helps people grow community and grow themselves in unique and fun ways. In this episode, Saya talks about how unemployment led to a life of yes, addresses the serious issue of man-spreading and gives an incredible list of Chicago Secrets […]
Last week, our friend and past guest Jason Chin passed away. He was the guest on our very first episode of 2014 and we will begin 2015 by replaying his episode from last year, to honor and remember an amazing man and pillar of the Chicago comedy community. You will be missed, Jason.
It’s time for ye olde Year End Review, a special look back at the highs and lows in Chicago over the past year. And congratulations to Deborah F. for winning the Soup and Bread cookbook giveaway!
We’re excited to be back in 2015 and to get started on our 4th year of bringing […]