Walter Jacobson joins Bob and Marianne to share his thoughts on the first ‘Charlie Hebdo’ issue since attack sells out. Walter also questions why the president didn’t go to paris after the attack and he shares why he thinks Bruce Rauner’s latest promises likely to be VERY hard, if not impossible, to keep.
Steve and Johnnie filled in for Bob Sirott and Marianne Murciano and talked with Chicago rock legend, Ronnie Rice from New Colony Six, and heard him play a few tunes live in studio!
Steve and Johnnie filling in for Sirott and Murciano chat with long time friend and tech guru, Patrick Crispen, about everything from the Sony hack to how you can keep yourself safe in the digital world.
Walter Jacobson joins Bob and Marianne to share his memories of Judy Baar Topinka. He says she was genuine and “unpackaged,” unlike so many politicians today. She will be missed.
Muriel Anderson talks about her upcoming Downers Grove concert, and plays two beautiful pieces on her harp-guitar.
Steve and Johnnie start the show by talking about what’s trending in technology for The Business Lunch Hour. Then, Jim Peterik of The Ides of March joins the duo to talk about and perform some of his favorite songs, including “Eye of the Tiger.”
Steve and Johnnie talk Thanksgiving leftovers, tech gifts with Dr. Patrick Crispin and upcoming local music with Muriel Anderson and Grammy Winner Suzy Bogguss.