Could examining the subject of the #1 movie in America make this the #1 podcast in America? Who knows! But it’s worth a shot.
We talk Queen with Adam J. White.
A plan to block Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes could cost Illinois taxpayers much more than expected.
An updated proposal comes with a $778 million price tag, up from a previous estimate of $275 million.
Yes, the new episode of the National Review podcast is on Radiohead.
You can check it out here.
I invite you to listen to a very special episode of @Political_Beats, as Jeff and I are joined by David Lowery to talk Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker. I love Camper, but Cracker is an all-time band for me. I own every piece of music they’re recorded. Seen them live 6 or 7 times. Hold the music in a very special place. And, as the episode illustrates, Lowery simply is *the* great, overlooked songwriter of his time.
Check it out here.
Excited to share the newest episode of Political Beats, in which Jessie Opoien of the The Capital Times joins us to discuss one of my all-time favorite bands, Old 97’s.
A new survey shows more Illinois community college students move on to complete a four-year degree than students in any other state.
An update to Illinois’ smoke detector law could force homeowners to make an upgrade.
A battle is brewing over the peer-to-peer car rental market in Illinois.
You do? Fantastic! I invite you to check out our “Political Beats” two-part look at the career of the Fab Four with Charles C. W. Cooke of National Review.
Part One is here.
Part Two is here.