People, Places & Things on the Show
Updated 1:46 PM CDT, Fri, May 21, 2010
May 23, 2010
The Blackhawks hall of famer and former coach is pumped about Chicago's chances at winning the Stanley Cup.
The singer was in town to accept a humanitarian award, but first she dropped by our studios.
You know her as the ex-wife of the Governor of South Carolina, but there's a whole side to Jenny Sanford that you don't know.
We're talking competition with the Top Chef Masters contestant. We also ask him about cooking at the Obama's first State Dinner.
May 16, 2010
The author talks about his compelling new book "The Other Wes Moore."
The columnist dishes on everything from gambling, to Scott Lee Cohen, to the Lebron rumors.
Melissa Sue Anderson
"Little House on the Praire's" Mary Ingalls is all grown up and we've got her in studio.
May 9, 2010
N'Digo editor talks about her interview & subsequent coverstory on Oprah Winfrey's mother, Vernita Lee.
Blue Island native brought the Lt. Dan Band to the Hard Rock Cafe to raise money to support the United States Vietnam Arts Program. Sinise is also a co-founder of Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company, which is celebrating its 35th season.
The former "Funniest Teenager in Chicago" is back in the area, performing at the Chicago Improv in Schaumburg. Learn all about Hal and get on his Twitter, RSS, and Ustream feeds at HalSparks.com.
Dr. Ian Smith is currently the medical/diet expert on VH1’s highly-rated "Celebrity Fit Club," the creator and founder of The 50 Million Pound Challenge and a medical contributor on the nationally syndicated television show "Rachael Ray." His new book, Happy, explains the science behind happiness and the small ways you can chance your life to improve how you look at the world.
May 2, 2010
Dr. Tracy Garza
The vet who treated "Ike" the runaway dog gives us an update on his condition.
NBC Anchor Lester Holt sounds off about immigration and Wall Street.
We're talking with the Blackhawks owner.
The author of a new Al Capone book busts some major myths about the gangster.
Food photographer Hamilton is showing off his art.
Sunday April 11, 2010
Reich talks about the documentary he made about his mother, a Holocaust survivor.
The award winning actress chats with Marion about her role in the classic, "West Side Story."
The SNL alum gives us his take on some of the week's hot topics.
Sunday April 4, 2010
Sports talk show host Carmen DeFalco tells us which Chicago baseball team is better.
The figure skating legend is here.
Sunday March 28, 2010
The former presidential candidate talks about 2010 and the health care bill.
Chase is in town to help CPS "go green" and we can't help but ask him about his hit show on NBC "Community."
Moto chefs Omar Cantu and Ben Roche
We get the exclusive invite to the guys' launch party for their new show "Future Food."
This is one acapella group you don't want to miss.
Sunday March 21, 2010
Figure skating's most controversial athlete explains how he handles the pressure.
Talk show host chats about the black agenda in America.
Sunday March 14, 2010
Mary Ann Ahern
Our political reporter gives us the scoop on this week's top stories
Musher Pat Moon
Suburban man injured in Iditarod tells his story
Sunday March 7, 2010
The Chicago Flower & Garden Show runs March 6-14 at Navy Pier. The official Web site has information on how to get tickets, special events and attractions and how to participate.
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First Published: Feb 12, 2010 5:21 PM CDT