Alex White of White Mystery comes on the show to play some live music.
Gordon Thomson returns to the show to give us a sports update
Michael and Thom open up the show. Afterwards, John Bouman joins us to talk about local and state tax issues.
Native American musician Mark Cleveland comes on the show to perform
Filmmaker James Fotopoulos comes on the show to talk about his work in film
Political Analyst JD Randol updates us on politics in Kansas
Children's music artist Tim Kubart comes on the show to perform his songs for Kidsapalooza.
Doug James and his band join us on the show to make a musical tribute to The Summer of Love
Fred Klonsky from Hitting Left comes on the show to talk about his political work
The SAG-AFTRA Senior Radio Players come on the show to talk about their work and perform excerpts from their show
Mo'Betta Brown and his band come on the show to perform
Museum founder Kay Stepkin comes on the show to talk about her work with the National Vegetarian Museum.
Michael and Thom open up the show with local news. Afterwards, Illinois State Rep Kelly Cassidy comes on the show to discuss marijuana laws and more.
Cadien Lake James of Twin Peaks comes back to the show to talk about his tour and the music scene in Chicago.
Heartland Show sound engineer Nolan Chin plays some live tunes.
Alisa Baum from the Old Town School of Folk Music comes on the show to talk about the school and her work in the community
Michael, Katy and Thom open up our first July show of 2017.
New Orleans band Water Seed comes on the show to talk about their music, and life in NOLA.
Josina, the first Asian-American Chicago Water Reclamation Commissioner comes on the show to discuss her work at the WRD.