The selection launches a new program in the series, “Music: The Beat of Our City.”
The Chicago radio veteran has been M.I.A. from her top-rated morning show for more than four months.
The pop superstar used explicit language in describing what she called sexual assault when she posed for a picture with a Denver disc jockey in 2013.
Former pitcher booked for the quiz show’s Millennium Park taping.
Harvey told a Flint-area television station in a statement that he and the caller were “talking trash about our teams and cities.”
Afternoon host Mike Love moves to the wake-up slot, replacing the former “Fly Jock’s” syndicated show on WDRB-FM.
The right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist is a performance artist whose true personality is nothing like his on-air persona, the lawyer says.
Taylor Swift to the 9,000 fans in attendance at Club Nomadic: “You are attending 100 percent of my tour dates.”
“When I look back on the things I’ve done and the things I’ve seen, working in radio since 1977, no sane man would trade that for anything.”
Derek Dziak’s friends invented a cocktail to honor the wisecracking Chicago bouncer/singer/musician/actor who died at 33, six weeks after his wedding.