The musicians join us in the studio.
The Low Down Brass Band brass joins us in studio.
Bob Lawson is a labor organizer.
Bob Black is an acclaimed photographer.
Brian Troch and Jenny Franck discuss their product, CBD Oil Neoteric Nutra.
Jazz legend George Freeman.
Katy Hogan and Michael James discuss local and national events.
Nick Sanders discusses the Remy Bumppo Theater.
Joseph Morganfield is a blues singer and the youngest son of Muddy Waters.
Betsy Vandercook is a writer and performer.
Live from the Heartland hosts discuss current events.
Meade Palidofsky is founder and executive director of the Story Catchers Theater. Judy Davis is Superintendent of Illinois Youth Center Warrenville.
Dan Swinney is the Founder and Executive Director of Manufacturing Renaissance, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organisation that promotes advanced manufacturing as a springboard for sustainable development.
Anne Whelen discusses the Loyola Dunes restoration.
Thom Clark, Katy Hogan, Michael James, Discussion of current events.
Nicole and Kate discuss the spoken Word Series, Louder than a Mom. Kate is the host and producer of the series, and owner of the club Martyr's. Nicole also discusses her comic strip, Sylvia, and her new book, "We Ate Wonder Bread: Memoir Growing up On The West Side of Chicago."
Leni Hoppenworth discusses Indivisible Illinois, the importance of voting, and upcoming elections.
Wouldn’t one love to have Guilliani as one’s attorney? Cheeto Head signs religious prefernce ex order on Nat’l Prayer Day, after hush payment disclosures: the continued normalization of abnormal behavior…and folks have problem w Michelle Wolf speaking truth…?
Pat Thomas discusses his book on Jerry Rubin, "Did It! From Yippie to Yuppie: An American Revolutionary."
Hassan El Tayyab is the policy and organizing director of the not for profit group Chicago Area Peace Action. He discusses his activism as well as his music career as frontperson of American Nomad.