As always, keep in mind that this is just the game plan and any breaking news means we switch gears and go wherever we need to go. Having said that, we've got a more than full bag of goodies planned for this week. Here's just part of what's spilling over the top ...
SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY MORNING:
Speaking of Leslie Hunt, even though she's about to give birth to a new baby as well as a new album, she's nice enough to find a little time to hang out with us tonight.
MONDAY NIGHT/TUESDAY MORNING:
Ready to join the march to see G.I. Joe? Want to see what's cooking with Julie and Julia? Wondering if you really want to hang with these Inglourious Basterds? Afraid you'll be "alienated" by District 9? Ready to make time for The Time Traveler's Wife? We'll preview all of these and more movies for the month of August with Hank Sartin, Film Editor for Time Out Chicago.
TUESDAY NIGHT/WEDNESDAY MORNING:
We first became friends with Tim Cuprisin while we were following Milwaukee's Danny Gokey on last season's "American Idol." Last week, after more than 23 years, Tim ended his run at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal. The past 15 years Tim spent primarily covering TV and Radio. Tonight he joins us with some thoughts on the state of the media and events he covered so well for so long and, possibly, a hint or two about his future plans.
This week on our Radio Road Test we're taking a look at the 2009 Dodge Dakota Crew Cab ST 4X2.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT/THURSDAY MORNING:
We'll update the latest tech news and try to solve your other computer problems on Website Wednesday Night with the "World Famous" Cybersquad!
Once again joining us with more strange, but true, stories from the world behind the big and small screens, it's our own late night showbiz guru, Gino Salomone.
THURSDAY NIGHT/FRIDAY MORNING:
This weekend, as they do every year, the world's best comic book writers, artists and inkers descend on Chicago to take part in the Wizard World Comic-Con. Tonight we're joined in-studio by two of the Comic industry's best. Eisner award winning author Brian Azzarello will talk about his work on Superman, Batman and the acclaimed 100 Bullets. Joining Brian will be, acclaimed creator of Scary Godmather, Jill Thompson, also an Eisner award winner. Oh, did we mention, Brian and Jill just happen to be husband and wife.
Tired of scratching your head trying to think of something you half heard on our show this week? Some comments you didn't get to share on the air? Unanswered questions? Leftover whatever? We do our best to get to it all in our 3 AM Unfinished Bidnezz Hour.
Anything worth doing? Where's it at? Who's playing? Is it sold out? Is it really worth paying THAT much? We present the best options in our 4 AM hour as we present THE WEEKEND!!!
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