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"glen ellyn" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The Seventh Day Adventist Church in Yonville today to care for fire evacuees. CBS is Tim Ryan explains it, it explains, rather than Adventist health has closed its clinics and state Halina and Calistoga, Carla Newton with Adventist Health and her crew are providing not only covert testing, but Primary care for those finding not only Saint Alina hospital clothes but also medical clinics in Calistoga and ST Paulina that they had some people that were around and needing some primary care assistance. So we're in response to that, but we're also going to be Going to other locations as well throughout the community, David Cervantes says this mobile clinic will help evacuees got ahold of their medicines as so many fled their homes without them. And he noted that the turnout was surprisingly small for covert testing. Possibly people staying indoors with this smoky air. What we're doing is We advertise. It also has a drive through so people stay in their cars, and then we'll just go reaching, you know, make sure that they're not exposed, get a swab and then have a go on their way. So they're not really outside in the environment like we are. It is so smoky in Yonville that thes medical workers in their student volunteers are wearing in and 95 mask. Over there in 95 Mask in the outfield. Tim Ryan KCBS and Mobile health clinic will be in the same location tomorrow between 10 in the morning and two in the afternoon in an effort to thank firefighters that battling flames in the glass fire, Sonoma County restaurant is stepping up to feed them on the job. Hey, CBS is Carrie, who dissect reports from Glen Ellyn, where hundreds of pizzas are being delivered to cruise this week. We really wanted to focus on something positive. People are our staff working and do some good in the community, Glen Ellyn Star restaurant owner, airy Weiss, Wasser says, even though it's been a struggle for them to stay open during the covert 19 pandemic and now fire evacuations. They still want to show their.
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Glen Ellyn, Democrat tear. Acosta Howard is a state representative. Not a senator. That's significant because she now is the only the second member of Madigan's House chamber, Second Democratic member to call for Madigan's resignation After the feds implicated the speaker in a comment bribery scheme. They're Acosta Howard says quote even if he was not directly involved in the scheme. These accusations clearly demonstrate that the speaker's leadership has failed. The only other House Democrat to call for Madigan's resignation is Naperville's and Stav A. Murray. Both of them are in once Republican suburbs and our prime GOP targets this fall to Democratic state senators have called dramatic into step down Heather Stains of Chicago and Melinda Bush. Of Gray's Lake. But Governor Pritzker saying today that he is not governor Pritzker today is not calling on mad again to resign. Bill Cameron Cynicism abound, says prescribe, but he still can't bring himself to say Mike Madigan should resign his speaker or party chairman. Well, I have been clear that you know when there is a raid When there is an indictment. You know, I have called for people to step down from their positions or to resign. You know if these allegations are true The speaker should is going to be required to resign. In my view, by the way, That's the same thing that the Republican caucus leaders in the General Assembly said. This is the standard that I think is reasonable. And so far, Mike Madigan has not been charged with anything. No Cameron 8 90 ws another increase in new covert 19 cases in Illinois and again, that number is over 1000 new cases. 1393 new cases 18. Additional deaths. Governor Pritzker says he is concerned and Illinois according to the governor, could be headed for a reversal in its economic reopening. I want to remind everyone that it doesn't take long at all. For a trajectory of success to turn into rising hospitalizations and deaths. And if things don't change a reversal is where we're head today. Pritzker announced the cancellation of high school fall football in Illinois because of Cove in 19 The Illinois High School Association says that football, girls volleyball and boys soccer will be moved from the fall to the spring season. Because of covert 19. Non contact sports will be able to play this fall, including golf, girls, tennis, cross country and girls. Swimming boys swimming. Is considered a winter sport as opposed to girls swimming, which is a fall sport. President Trump is defending the federal agents who he says are defending the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon. Look at the agitators.
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The Indian A toll road at the moment, But if you see something going on, let us know the W. BBM traffic tip line is 8557 80 wrote 8557 80. 76 23 Next traffic at 7 28 NewsRadio 7 81 of 5.9 FM coming up a very unusual M o for a bank robber in the suburbs over the weekend. Partly sunny, Pleasant day. Low humidity high of 86 today but upper seventies near like, 69 68. Midwives, 71 lakefront going up to a comfortable 86 become news time. 7 20 Top story this hour. There's new research this morning showing that Coben, 19 a disease that affects the respiratory tract left half his patients in the study with heart damage, one of the study's authors advocates for advocates, rather for echocardiogram for covert patients because it could result in better treatment about much more on this story coming up at 7 31 He had an unusual output in an unusual getaway vehicle. The feds watch your help finding the guy who robbed a western Burman bank on Saturday Man pulls up to the front door of the Glen Ellyn Bank and Trust on Roosevelt Road, just east of Main Street on a bicycle robs the place and takes off. However, authorities have a pretty good lead on this one. He was caught on security video from various angles and his outfit Well. It was a cross between Indiana Jones, a cowboy and a construction worker in pictures, which you can check out a W B b m news radio dot com. The man who appears to be around 50 years old is wearing a wide brimmed, light colored hat, a red bandanna shorts and a long sleeve T shirt and a yellow and orange reflective vest. Feds say he did not show a weapon and no word on how much money he rode off with on his bicycle. In Glen Ellyn, Jennifer Kipper News Radio, 105.9 FM in 90 seconds. A smart quiz question, then the morning business news with land, Walter. But you maybe got news time. 7 21 J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making the right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide.
Chicago - Drying Out After Rain Floods Out Lower Wacker
"Well if the fog is still out there this morning and we seen visibility actually dropping in some places this morning at midway airport down to a quarter of a mile and some light rain out there being reported in places as well that's gonna continue for much of the day today with a high near sixty four a cooler at the lake front then mostly cloudy tonight low down to fifty three tomorrow partly sunny high near sixty five the extended forecast calls for some sunshine coming back tomorrow Thursday into Friday and Saturday and maybe eighties for the beginning of the end of the weekend at the beginning of next week right now in Chicago we have mostly cloudy skies fifty four degrees some light rain you know heron fog fifty four at midway in Aurora it's fifty five and out the lake front it's fifty one and that's too bad on the roadways this time despite the fog and the rain lower Wacker still closed between Harrison and rand off because of all the rain from the last couple days that flooding in the sub basement of the Willis tower it's going to take awhile to clean up may be closed until Saturday the interchange in eighteen ninety four the Indiana toll is still closed until tonight with that continuing roadwork and in Glen Ellyn route fifty three between Butterfield and park still flooded along with the east on I. eighty exit ramp to Chicago and Chicago street between Patterson and Doris that's in the jelly at
"glen ellyn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Valerie in Glen Ellyn Illinois you're welcome back it's great to have you here with us hello total rush yards in order to speak to you thank you I'm calling also about the shutdown of the economy he met political report was very disappointed to hear today but if you said Cuomo extended it for two more weeks now the wait wait wait wait wait wait wait one political report was very disappointing to hear today the one that you said that the businessmen that trump had a call with the with the Wall Street guy got trump call awhile yeah yeah the wall Streeters that one that's not real they said shut down until people are afraid of getting it anymore that's not gonna happen right there's never going to happen so now the Connecticut governor also extended the a lockdown until may twenty ninth I'm sure the governor of right wonderful state will be the next one to extend it I live in the great state of Illinois and I'm just wondering how long will people put up with dish hello she before she left on her hello shorten trump's do not open the economy and yes we know now she doesn't have the full authority to do sell so I'm just wondering before people rise up as they did in Michigan is this going to well they're they're they're they're they're starting to got a story here out of Kentucky Republican lawmakers in Kentucky swept aside the democratic governor's veto of a bill to require people to show a government issued photo ID in order to vote there's all kinds of things where people are are revolting against Democrat governors Montana Montana county demands people where government issued arm bands that do business and this is been shot down get this what might be one of the most over the top responses to the corona virus shot Montana valley county is mandating people where government issued arm bands in order to buying things in stores the measure was enforced by the valley county health department insists the store owners keep customers out unless they have the pink armbands which denotes the customer's been in the area more than fourteen days and submitted to quarantine it's been lifted people sent their help with this so what's going your news starts now a new sunny and hot hi Mel Lewis going to run the Senate is expected to announce a task force to help reopen the state's economy we have the latest on that story coming up first let's get a check on traffic from Rio Grande of the W. Y. O. D. twenty four hour traffic center in the little Havana and.
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Luck getting off the hook this warfare I'd like to know that I had no participation in I don't know if I was ever seen before in the past is eighteen degrees at WGN this morning west wind at four wind chill currently of twelve twenty five in west Chester twenty one university because the ones who coddle my sales and streetball checking in at twenty degree weather bug station in Antioch where Chicago both at fifteen at sixteen year filled the Glen Ellyn Glen Ellyn it feels like nine currently will wave in the upper levels the atmosphere gonna be moving from northwest to southeast and it could bring a little snow we're seeing some of that in southwestern Wisconsin right now more so over India I will see how close we get this little where you're moving to our southwestern counties flurries possible here this morning maybe even some snow showers can't rule out a dusting in some areas to look at the future all checked with all the computer models you just can't find any snow actually falling but it does show you the concertina break up later on this afternoon will clear out the skies tonight zero showing with northwest winds will continue to the overnight hours and then turning out of the southwest for tomorrow helping to warm temperatures near the seasonal averages and get even warmer on Sunday so floors possible here this morning then clouds decreases at his local high around thirty clear skies tonight a mainly clear anyway dropping down need to be team feeling like the upper single digits you get in your Saturday highs near forty in the mid fifties here on Sunday Sunday late evening hours chance a little bit of rainfall there and we do have some spotty rain potential here Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday but all these shots of rain actually potential is going down all across the board temperatures slightly warmer than average in the mid to upper forties across the board as forecasters are watching a fatal crash this morning that has southbound I. fifty seven completely shut down all traffic diverted off at one hundred and twenty seven you can then take western down won't be able to get back on to one hundred and.
"glen ellyn" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That you might want to write down welcome eighty all right did they give everybody good morning merry Christmas coming up I hope you guys all have great plans with family and friends and have an enjoyable weekend coming up because it's in the middle yeah okay let me see here where do I want to start okay how bout at query hill quarry hill quarry quarry hill but tentacle gardens they're going to be having a weekly guided ikana for walks this will be happening every Wednesday from January fifteenth through February twelfth so if you really do have a question about Conover's what's a pine what's the what's the spruce what's a Exeter what's the exact address you can satisfy your knowledge by going on one of these walks up in Glen Ellyn add one two eight four one cinema highway Glen Ellyn and this is at quarry hill botanical gardens and they also have a January fourth of wild I'm sorry not hearing him a check they don't already have a let's start over okay January fourth wild in Marin as having a fungus festival this is at the mill valley community center at one eighty Camino alto in mill valley more coming up on next week about that but January fourth is the date to circle on your calendar right after the new year of also of medicinal mushroom talk walk and demonstration this is happening in Occidental at the let's see at the salmon creek school that's at.
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Two sixty one a gallon in Bloomingdale shall at army trail and Glen Ellyn road has gas for two fifty nine WBBM news time nine thirty eight time for traffic and weather together on the agent here no delays on the outbound or inbound Kitty outbound is heavy from the burner change to North Avenue it's fourteen downtown the Montrose twenty four back to the airport inbound heavy from the Ohio feeder to the burner change taking a twenty two oh here to downtown twelve from the junction express lanes are eight minutes I'd never outbound is clear inbound note it's heavy damage to the burner change thirty to route three ninety downtown nineteen from Mannheim Stevenson outbound is looking good inbound slow from route eighty three to the lagrange road thirty four three fifty five to the drive twenty two from the tri state a fifty five through will county southbound heavy US six to pass arsenal due to road work in north bound as heavy approaching Lorenzo Rhode Island also that ongoing construction is in both directions down to one lane between river wrote an arsenal until November twentieth they ran out down is good inbound heavy eighteen to the warrior change taking seventeen ninety fifth on the N. I. fifty seven is good in both directions with report delay free lake shore drive south council proceeds cobweb any northbound flow through Grant Park then approaching Chicago Avenue as well tri state it's clear southbound and northbound though the latest Jane Adams looks good Ronald Reagan is the incident free Venice moral cellphone is still slow result vote but a full wrote due to construction of the right lane and heavy I eighty eight to maple due to construction of the two right lanes and northbound heavy approaching maple Avenue due to construction two right lanes I get track the weather together on the eight every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty and one of five point nine FM WBBM accu weather will see some clouds around four to the late a few showers and thunderstorms will develop later tonight and continue into tomorrow.
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Glen ellyn downtown along the lakefront twenty nine degrees. I'm Don Clemson and the WGN radio newsroom, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. This is John Williams, and we usually on Saturday mornings about this time as producer Griffin to introduce us to a little bit of music. Tell us about it. We'll rate it on a scale of one hundred it'll be listening to their that was singer-songwriter mid ski. Her name's midst ski son was called nobody from her album be the cowboy. Pretty good. It came out last year. That was rated number one album of year on pitchfork PO no kidding really skied number one album aveer on pitchfork be the cowboy by needs a cowboy the Countess sound like that is that pretty typical for her. Yes. And no. Yeah. That's a fair representation. That was the big song from it. I think it's probably the most catchy. But. Yeah. Unpleasant. So on a scale of one to one hundred and says, well, it wasn't unpleasant. I give it a one to one hundred. I'll give it a forty seven. Wow. This is the time that's unpleasant. Shelf of unpleasing. What though I? I I respect it even though I completely disagree. But at least he didn't say, oh, it's pretty good ninety. Okay. In five. That's why did eight. So this is let's just pick up forty seven seems harsh. Policing everybody. Must match the score. Otherwise. Oh, gosh. I was expecting like a sixty forty seven now, which is it is it not unpleasant. Or is it a forty seven. I'll say it's forty seven forty seven. This is my problem. I can only rate the music. I'm hearing right now. I can't rate the music that I heard coming into this. What do you mean by that? You mean the bed music? Yeah..
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Glen ellyn downtown along the lakefront twenty eight degrees. I'm Don clapping in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Seven twenty WGN. All right me outta my chair g suit today. Happy Christmas Christmas Eve to you. And everyone out there as well. John hansen. She sukey in for Bill and Wendy till noon that I'm still here for the winters business lunch for Bertrand. So one o'clock now what I wanted to bump in there with 'cause you know, Christmas, I love Christmas music. All I know you do. Everything about it. And I listened to music all the time. But you know, sometimes it can be a little bit more, slow paced. Sometimes it eases you into the Christmas day, even jingle bell rock, you know, as a slight sway in the fingers. But I wanted to get us going strong today. So I love Mannheim steamroller that one. Okay. So. For those. You Don, I'm sure most people now, obviously takes really interesting synthesized looks or full orchestra. Looks all synthesize though into Christmas songs, it's a little quirky. It's a little different. But for some reason, I have an affinity to it. I know exactly why. So as a kid g sukey on Christmas Eve, we would obviously be tasked with all of us cleaning the house 'cause my parents always host growing up my grandmother on my mom's my mom's mom, hosted Christmas Eve, and then they got a little older, and my parents had a little bigger house out in downers grove. And that the man the the mantle was passed to my parents the mantle was passed. I don't know the trophy whatever it was. So my parents started hosting Christmas Eve. So in the morning, we all the three boys. I have two brothers older and younger we were tasked with cleaning the house getting the house ready for, you know, always good to use child labour, especially if it's your own flyer. Did it for his whole morning show. Just to fill time is your kids. Yeah. So what we would do. And this was a big thing when this happened in our house, we got a. Six CD changer. One year, we got this and my dad had installed this it's antiquated as can be now speaker system throughout the whole house, but not like in a fancy house way where they're like imbedded like these were like drilled into the wall the Korge barely ever worked. And it's like you had to adjust the speaker wires to make sure that the connection was good, of course. But anyways on the holidays, we would put my dad would put six CDs of all the Christmas songs that we could find and I think one or two maybe even three of the CDs were Mannheim steamroller Christmas song. So that was what I was always gearing up for as I was sweeping away or vacuum into that was God, rest Mary gentlemen, stole by Mannheim. Steamroller? Well, you wanted to steamroll right into Christmas Eve, we sure did. Absolutely. And that was my favorite day of the year. And I'm excited to be here with you. I never went out there and Jian and the listeners as well. People probably driving around right now getting ready last minute gifts. Maybe maybe to the grocery store leaving the house doing what we did. His kids. The children are cleaning the house put the kids to work. You guys all sit down and listen to and John here on WGN radio feel free to text and call. We'd love to have your conversation as a part of hours because I want to know what you guys are doing. What are you doing as you're getting ready for this Christmas Eve? What's the tradition? Maybe you're doing nothing. Maybe that's what you do. Maybe you don't celebrate Christmas. If you're working today. Some folks are working today a lot of people working on the way. And I was stuck behind a garbage truck for about fourteen minutes, streets and sanitation taking their time through the alleys. But hey, it's a busy day. They gotta work to think about all the tree cleanup. They've gotta go. Gotta go slow for that. Let me see our first responders thank them for their work today. Of course, everybody in the newsroom everybody in the Don clapping for sure hospitals, everything like that. And of course, the hardest working person today Ashley balloon behind the microphone. She. Thumbs up. She's like, I'm not even chiming in here. Thumbs up if all else fails. And you don't end up getting your Chris trees? You don't end up getting your gifts? You can just go to Chinatown tonight and tomorrow, if all else fails, just go there always open twenty four seven that's where you can go and have dinner. Wait released him some. Is that is that? I mean, I remember from Christmas story that that's where Christmas dinner. Yeah. Mostly everybody that doesn't celebrate Christmas ends up in Chinatown the lazy folks that celebrate Christmas. But they didn't really want to cook in Chinatown. Now, you're flying tomorrow to go. See your mom, right? Am I'm going to take a beautiful flight tomorrow. I love lying on Christmas day. I'm going to go to North Carolina here it's cheap on Christmas day. Well, you know, what I bought my ticket pretty late because I'm never prepared. Never know what? And if I always buy with south west. So that way I can adjust my yes. Great proletariate airline a social airline. I loved it. There's no first class. There is no demeaning anyone on that airline. Everyone is of equal status. Anyway. It really is true the socialist airline limit. So yeah, I like to fly on Christmas day because most of the people that.
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Two in Glen ellyn downtown along the lakefront thirty seven degrees. I Don clapping in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Welcome back. Everybody wildcard Wednesday. Dan Welker Wednesday is slowly Morphing into TV theme show Wednesday. Yes. Very much. So. Glenn requesting the Jimmy Stewart show theme song for wildcard Wednesday at well. Hurt. And that is any artist any song. Anything you pick the bumps. We play him three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred by the way, I in a few months, I'm showing a couple of Jimmy Stewart movies back to back in a few months for my film club. Keep an eye out for that in March. We're gonna show Mr Smith goes to Washington, and in April, we're going to show the man who knew too much, they Alfred Hitchcock movie. So we've got our lineup all the way through may picked out. So couple of Jimmy Stewart movies coming up in a few months. So keep your eye out. And like like my film club on Facebook. So there you go, by the way my phone club. I'm having an extra screening I'm hosting a screening this weekend of the new Robertson meccas moving. We're going to talk with Robertson meccas later on the show. He'll be a we'll play back. The interview at four o'clock. His new movie is called welcome to Marlin. And it stars. Steve Carell is based on a true story. And it's a it's an incredible movie an incredible movie, and I'm home. Hosting a screening of it at the eight AMC Rosemont eighteen formerly move ago. The seven ten showing so go to AMC theaters dot com. Get your tickets, I'm going to introduce the movie, and then we'll talk about it afterwards. We'll talk about some meccas his career and all that cool stuff. The latest from Robert Zemeckis as part of we we're extending Zemeckis fest as much as we can't. I guess this this year we showed five five months in a row, we showed meccas movie we did use cars, we did back to the future. Forrest gump. I wanna hold your hand and back to the future part three. And now we figured since he's got this new movie out Mike Kerr's who helps me program. The the Nick Gilio film club at the AMC Rosemont eighteen said, hey, why don't we why don't you host a screening of Marlin, and I've already seen the movie in its magnificent. And I'm very excited to share it with my film club, and you guys. So so come on out parking is free..
"glen ellyn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Four in Glen ellyn downtown along the lakefront, it's thirty five degrees. I'm Don clap in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Brian Noonan on seven twenty WGN. We are talking to the history of beer in Chicago with Liz Gabay. She is the founder and executive director of Chicago bruise EM. They have an exhibition going on now at the field museum brewing up Chicago beer transformed. The city you can see it now through January fifth at the field museum. Liz, thanks again for staying up with it is a fascinating exhibit is as I've been going through the website Brazilian, Chicago Brazilian dot org. Tell people a little bit about what the exhibit Holtz. Yeah. It it tells the story of Chicago from eighteen thirty three to eighteen ninety three. We were very specific about those dates because eighteen thirty three is the year that Chicago is founded the city, but as a township so before the city township. An H E world twenty matched position. So those dates from important to us because it really is a beginning of Chicago. It really is sort of a turning point for our city post fire, and you really just sort of changes interior moving forward into the twentieth century, and it's incredibly important for development of the city, but also the development of the beer industry. So the focus really is looking at the immigrant community mostly the community who live in Chicago, and they needed the beer industry and built it and along the way also built the city. So it's so follows three narratives Chicago of beer and of any. So it's kind of a unique way to look at how each of these. What sort of parts call come together? And it's to me it's sort of like makes you think about okay, one didn't happen. The other one would have succeeded as it did. So it's kind of a unique way of looking at Michiko history. But history for sure and it's divided up into four sections in the there is it's funny that you you tell this together the city the beer immigration because the immigrants. We're facing a lot of backlash not not unlike things are happening now. But that lead that lead to, you know, city officials are township officials at that point trying to pass prohibition laws trying to get rid of the beer, and it was kind of a shady way to get rid of immigrants as well. Right. Yeah. You know? I'm actually glad you brought that up because the whole reason we actually chose that integrate narrative was so that people would make connections to present day history. Does repeat some in the mid eighteen hundreds had a lot of Jim in Irish. Everybody every immigrant. You can imagine coming Chicago and the built environment. Feeding the city that place. Nothing. But a swamp in eighteen thirty. They are coming in. Learning to work together to to treat this this new city, but same time the only people who have been here for a while. Didn't really like the newcomers. And so that each in fifties, you had a lot of anti immigrant laws being passed or anti internet sentiments. And so that's a battle. So the big moment that happens in eighteen fifty five it's for someone of civil on ration. It really is sort of all sorted by this anti immigrant mayor who we have and kind of. Kind of stick it to everybody. But they organize for the first time in type back, and you know, came to change those laws so brands of happening for me. It's really an important story, of course, because of that small amount of civil unrest. But it's called eighteen fifty five right because all who didn't people's feet to. And when they could drink, and even more importantly, I think is that they stay organized and following year. When when this mayor Levi was up for reelection. And they finally went to vote for. And he wasn't re-elected. So for me. Lago. Be right. It actually is a moment that kind of sets the tone such Chicago's identity machines. Well, it was I never I was not familiar with the lager beer, riot till I was reading up to talk to you. And it is a fascinating moment in history. And it really did. There were so many similarities between data event eighteen fifty five and what we've been seeing over the last few years and actually the last couple of decades in this country. Yeah. Nuts. I it's you think about what happened. Yeah. And here we are in two thousand eighteen at the same battle than cost the same struggles. And. It's definitely a very complicated story. So we actually share that story in a video format and were actually really lucky that that video is narrated for us by local after Michael, Shannon. Oh, very nice. Now, you have you had a history with the field museum you'd work there before was it. When you approach them with this exhibition because the Chicago Brazilian, which we'll get into later is still. It's evolving. It's still a project that that is waiting to come to total fruition. Did you was it a hard sell to say, listen, I know you've got dinosaurs in your world renowned? Let's talk about beer a little bit in the museum. Yeah. You know, it's it's actually really neat partnership. And I didn't go to them. They came to me, which is. Yeah. And and was you know, I've been looking on the Chicago begins his twenty four team building a team, and they trying to iron out who we are and mission vision brand identity all that stuff that you need to do for any showed up and we worked hard for two years in public in may twenty sixteen. So we had an official launch a may twenty sixteen and you know, we invited all kinds of folks from all over town. We thought it'd be interested and at that time the field museum. Had actually already been very pro active about having their own beers at the museum. And this is something that I was very much into admire what they're doing certainly something that that I believe in in my line of work. I kill the study. And so I found out who who the director of that whole enterprise wise and Email address, and I invited her the party to the launch. And she arrived. She actually came and introduce yourself for me at the party and the next day. I mean, Email I've seen to go have watch. And we did. And we kind of said, you know, we need to work together would love we love what you're doing. Now believe in it, and I really feel that as a larger more well known and historic institution responsibility is to help foster, and you guys so we really kind showed what the bench and just kind of fun thing. And that that partnership naturally involved until conversation about okay? So what didn't exhibit ever be possible? And we just kind of going with it. And earlier this year, they said, all right? We should really doing this. And I know you're doing it. That's an amazing story it for free again would people at first blush. Go beer, you get beer everywhere. You don't realize how woven into the tapestry of the city that that it is because of all the immigrants that came here. And there, you know, you talk about the first German immigrants. William Harrison, Andrea soldier who came and they they started basically the first brewery in this city, correct. About eighteen thirty five ish, they were German immigrants. She came in New York, and they have some money in your pocket. And they basically loaded up the barrels of ale and equipment came in Chicago. You know, one of the assets of having all these comes is that they brought a lot of their still fashion their knowledge and lucky for us. Germans will earliest to arrive here. And you know, they they bought that skill set of making beards a whole lecture. That that you know, when we think about Chicago industry in the beginnings of Chicago, we often think about no stockyards Gallow Jared protector, and and we really just need to kill beer into that mix because without the beer industry. I don't know that Chicago would be today was it difficult as you as you began working on the Bruce and history on tap. And all all the things that you do. Again, beer, beer, just kind of seems unless you're in the brewery business. Most people don't pay a lot of attention to it other than when they're drinking. It was finding a lot of a lot of the things for the for the exhibit the photos, the stories was it more difficult than if you were trying to do a more quote unquote, traditional line of study. Not really only because I've been doing this, you know, like nineteen ninety nine two thousand so I've sort of already covered a possible where I know where to look for things and develop relationships. And how many of where I do research so near the stories that we wanted to tell and I knew the partner is that we should reach out. You not only on you know. Seeing an object. So we wanted to show really about people who would understand what we are trying to do is show happened in two thousand six I sort of looking at the Chicago museum and five thousand six nine mmediately pushed for the new type of tore type of programs history pub, crawls I would take people out to bars, and we would visit these bars, and I would talk about so she along the way and when I catch that idea. People thought out crazy. I remember when my boss, wait, wait a minute. You wanna take people out drinking? That's it. But listen out. And so I really had to. Several times. And it was a very tight leash. They let me do a couple of tours at first, and then it should like sheen told people started to understand it and became a very popular thing. And obviously, you know, now you see alcohol museums all the time. You know, what I was really kinda like the whole notion of having alcohol involved in any sort of educational aspect of anything really thought about it was like having it being dumbed down and say really this weird negative view of what it was something. I I really try to battle shut my whole career. And luckily. And people shutting down those walls, a looking at alcohol, should you know, elixir that makes you feel funny, you know, and to hold reunions mission is that beer is more than just a beverage. It's a powerful cultural force with ability to Bill Canadian may change. Well, and that's really what we're trying to do. And I think that's that's you know, you said it's your, but it is a huge important deal. Because you think about when you talked about the taverns being being the heart of the neighborhood. And that's where the history of the neighborhood goes, and I just got back from the UK. And I know you are on the you this. So you were on some they drinking studies network, which is a UK organization, but pub history over there is so much different. But it's it's not in the fact that it's still a neighborhood thing in the people who who live there, and they share the stories in its it's where politics happens. It's where great debates happen. It's where arguments happened so to tie to tie beer in with cultural studies now. So I guess in hindsight it's easier to say, yeah. It makes perfect sense. Yeah. You know, when you think about a lot of these early tavern pub, no matter what type of world you're in. But even you know, closer to home United States bars really important centers, where people would go, and, you know, be around people who look like talk by them sink like them. You might have newspapers that were in your native language. You wanna be with like people think about it today? He's still do that. And so they were very important places. Where people would collect information sheriff formation, I call this a lot I have earns original Facebook. It's where you would, you know, share information and get a lot of gossip network. You know, if you had someone in sort of back home and say, you know, Poland, and you need they're gonna try to come to the United States and get a job. He would go to these bars, and you were asking questions and try to make those connections in and get him or her job. And so do very important gathering station. So. Doc. American history for sure so looking at them. Historic perspective makes a lot of sense. Now, you mentioned you mentioned a beer in museums. And you said the field museum does have we, unfortunately when we're walking through the brewing up Chicago. How do how beer transformed the city the exhibition at the field museum? We can't grab an icy cold beer, but the museum does have to specific local beers in there in the bistro that people can enjoy in..
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"Glen ellyn and our Windsor comb WBZ news time to nineteen. Our top story this hour. What happened when they were teenagers supreme court nominee? Brett Cabanillas accuser will testify to that later this week allow much more on this story coming up to thirty one Purdue University kicked off its one hundred fiftieth birthday celebration, where they changed the way traditional halftime ceremony. Earlier this week Purdue announced it would not crown a homecoming king and Queen in a student driven effort to bring more gender equality to campus produce spirit and traditions committee implemented the change marking the first gender neutral homecoming court in university history, the traditional king and Queen were crowned. But the male and female students were called homecoming royalty while the change was the first for the school Purdue is not the first university to institute such as to traditional homecoming weekend ceremonies. Lisa fielding, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. They wanna hundred sixty year old Carson's department store, maybe resurrected after all Merrillville base c s g generation holdings. Bought the intellectual property, including trademarks and websites for nine hundred thousand dollars, and is now working not only on the websites of the stores formerly owned by Bon ton. But also says it's in the process of opening some brick and mortar stores, the new owners believe unfavourable leases were part of what led to their demise? The company says. It is sprinting debris open stores before the holidays. The CEO Justin Yoshimura says in a statement, though, it may not be as smart or educated as many CEO's with fancy MBA's. My passion for bringing joy to my customers is what is allowed my businesses to be successful. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM county, Indiana. Prosecutor Bernard Carter says his office is reviewing charges. It could file against a man who rented the bedroom where Gary toddler was fatally shot Carter. Previously told the times of northwest Indiana that a bungled search warrant by Gary police prevented his office from prosecuting thirty nine year old Michael Lionel Edwards for crack. Cocaine allegedly found on a saucer in the bedroom where two year old Jalen Miller is girlfriend's daughter was killed a loaded handgun was left within reach at a girl and her siblings. The girl's mother did Shauna Fowler is charged with five counts of neglected offended after a shooting September fourth in a home in the seventy nine hundred block of Polk street in Gary Fowler claims. She and Edwards were speaking outside the home when she heard a loud pop Edwards ran into his bedroom and discovered the girl was shot in the head. She died that night a man from out prospect is facing multiple charges for allegedly recording himself sexually abusing a five year old child. Police say forty nine year old Dennis Rubio of mount prospect was visiting homeowners in the six hundred block of north elmhurst in mount prospect when he entered the bedroom of a sleeping five year old police say he then touch the child inappropriately while recording it on his cell phone. The child's mother found Rubio in the room and began yelling. She called police who searched his cell phone and found more child pornography. He's facing a number of charges related to child pornography and sexual abuse. A judge said bond at one point five million dollars, rob heart NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM and less than two years. The Illinois tollway is hired six Republican insiders for a high level jobs that collectively pay nearly nine hundred sixteen thousand dollars a year, including a former elected. Facial political operatives and the relative of a state GOP leader. The daily herald says that troubles some government watchdogs who say they are concerned about favoritism in an agency with the history of patronage tollway. Spokesman Dan Rosa, though, says the agency's executive leadership team is almost entirely comprised of staff from previous administrations it says nine of thirteen top executives were employed before the administration of Republican governor Bruce rounder who appoints tollway aboard members, but Illinois campaign for political reform chairwoman. Susan Garrett, a former democratic state Senator says the Illinois tollway is becoming the who's who of Republican political hires coming up a.
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"And because it's forecast is slow down where expecting a tremendous amount of heavy rainfall and flooding over the coming next several days. CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time six thirty two. On the seventeenth out of her Serie of the September eleven attacks a member of the NewsRadio team looks back on the day. He was tasked with speaking to millions moments after the tragedies CBS news. I'm Nikki on a disaster in downtown New York City a plane has crashed into one of the two World Trade Center towers, just miles away from the World Trade Center. Nikki young delivered a broadcast over the CBS radio network that he will never forget. Challenge on that day was to try to sort out what we could confirm and what seemed to be rumor after spending the morning surrounded by chaos dues remorse scoring around. And it became very quickly apparent that? This was no accident. Young says the drive home till West Chester county was when it all sunk in all of us who live there work there and call Betsy your home. It was just a devastating anti-gay NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM any local nine eleven observances in the Chicago area this morning police looking at surveillance camera images in an effort to identify a man who assaulted a woman on a C T a train the woman got on a blue line train in the loop at about ten yesterday morning and says a man quartered her at the doors. We've had bars blocking me from moving, and he was rubbing his dentals against me. She spoke to CBS to the thought that was my head was I just want. This guy off me. Hurry up get to the next offsite. Can get off. She said she got off the train before her stop. And the man followed her he ran away after another man intervened. The woman said it's great to see ta has cameras, but says, that's after the fact in this case, not a deterrent. Mike Crausser news on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time six thirty four. The Glen ellyn village board appears ready to approve a new food and beverage tax. We get a live report from WBZ's burden to foia. The proposed one and a half percent food and beverage tax in Glen ellyn will be voted on a couple of weeks. But the daily herald says trustees have indicated therefore it the taxes expected to generate as much as one point two million dollars a year. It would be used to make payments on bonds for capital improvements. Those include a new parking garage downtown road improvements and helping to replace the Glen ellyn mattress station and build a pedestrian tunnel. Under the tracks reporting live burning to foyer NewsRadio on one or five point nine FM. Apple. To release several new products this week in what's being seen as a run up to a potentially strong holiday season for the company and the effort expected.
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"Padres Thanks Steve. Pink line trains are standing California due to mechanical problems crews are. Working to restore service but. Expect some delays, inbound Edens twenty two minutes grow to the junction sixteen minutes back out the. Kennedy's forty five minutes all headed downtown thirty five, minutes on the flip the Eisenhower is over forty five minutes in both directions between Thorndale and. The old post office over on the Stevenson it's forty minutes between. Like short drive in three fifty five and, little to no delays on. The Dan Ryan at twenty minutes between ninety and the circle for personalized traffic on demand get the Traffix Chicago, app approved by the mortgage experts, have. Team hockberg just search t. r. a. f. f. I x. Chicago I'm Violeta podrumedic in WGN traffic central the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center partly to mostly. Sunny hot today we'll get up to around eighty nine degrees seventy two hundred partly cloudy. Skies tonight and then mostly cloudy with scattered, showers tomorrow. And a high of eighty one right now. At O'Hare it is eighty six, midway reporting. Eighty nine pal Palatine eighty-seven at Chicago's lakefront it is eighty degrees one more Steve I just haven't done this in a while you don't even have to do that one on the river okay let's do Glen ellyn Glen ellyn up. By the lake Glen ellyn is well it's a lake by, Glen ellyn but it's not the lake western Westworld lake yeah I was thinking of some Glenn plays Glenview Glenview it's really. Not by the lake. But it's station up there Yeah that's. A runway closer to. The lake so anyway I'm gonna, go retention pond little west it's warmer out. There, Steve usually there's some lower lying areas eighty by. The lake it is eighty by, the lake eighty six hair Eighty.
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"I x your forecast from the wgn chicago weather center we've got about a thirty percent chance for showers or thunderstorms after about two this afternoon otherwise it'll be partly sunny high near eighty nine but your indexes near ninety five and could be higher away from the lake on monday a thirty percent chance for showers or thunderstorms between about eight in the morning and two in the afternoon otherwise partly sunny high near eighty seven temperatures right now seventy six at o'hare and midway seventy three in glen ellyn seventyone along the lakefront like michigan water temperature at seventy five wins out of the southeast at six i'm roger badesch wgn radio newsroom this is the stuff that matters on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn to wgn radio theater we have so many nice tax from people congratulating us on our three hundredth show thank you everyone who has tax dan to us our we're getting back to most or a pretty much most people but really really nice we've just had a flood of tax in here in at least it's been an honor and a pleasure to be your co hosts for three hundred shows here even though you miss a lotta shows me really haven't been on three hundred shows yeah it's probably the plus side to talk about a lot of shows off so i'm gonna i'm gonna congratulate you for like one hundred and eighty seven shows yeah that's probably more right closer to what i do i'm just really rarely ever suppress i'm even here now i believe i missed one show so i'm on my two hundred ninety two shows did i miss the whole weekend dave player and i did one with mike established recently so i'm on what's your not quite there well fact but as far as the show is concerned three hundred show where they're actually we've done i think we've done we've actually done more than that we've done some additional show i think we have counted them though we didn't we didn't count those we didn't count the july four show in the thanksgiving shy i believe we did i believe you did because i'm the one that numbers the shows that is your job so charles in numbers was amazing because he can't count that went to three abacus yeah he's got a little figure just making it football's what lisa what did you say what this is a family show isa so keep keep it clean okay i don't even know what you're let's get back to the cavalcade of america.
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"And some of these could produce some fairly strong winds were not outlook for severe weather but there could be some heavy rain as well especially southern wisconsin and up toward the northern suburbs that sounds sandy andy sunday tomorrow oh saturday i gotta get through saturday because tomorrow evening we have def leppard and journey at wrigley field stop yeah all right they shouldn't be allowed to play that at wrigley by the way the only time is your play wrigley white sox on yes come on andy we need to go our separate ways oh so tomorrow thank you glad you picked up on late tomorrow afternoon and evening there will be some thunderstorms around looks like the focus of much of that activity is going to be in the southern suburbs something we have to keep an eye on because of that concert certainly in many outdoor events like taste of chicago hello ladies and then sunday most likely late sunday afternoon sunday evening another chance for some thunderstorms but i think that will be very isolated and andy may become danny again and it will be humid monday heading back to work monday is the day we bring in some wide spread rain which i'm not happy about because golf outing monday afternoon so i got to try and change that i'm not i'm i'm on the whole marrying american cancer society golf outing on monday so i'm going to be one of the i'm going to be the mc actually and speak at the gulf events so hopefully we don't we don't doubt i will be out in glen ellyn i will make sure i don't let you get rained out i'll do my best for the chicago automobile trade association outing which i have a great time at every year but you invite me to wanna your outings outing i'm just they just asked me be a part of it but i think the last time i saw tracy out and about i think was out at cog hill i think i might have been for a ronald mcdonald yes handful of years ago yeah yes who long ago can i can i ask you questions when it is when it is overcast yes yesterday early in the morning lease up by me in the northwest suburbs do you have to worry about can you still get sunburned even though you can't yeah absolutely that was kind of a thin overcast frankly the ceilings there wasn't bright lane right but it was just enough to mass okay this son okay but absolutely we still yes so yeah i highly recommend that and the thing is that was cloud cover that was spilling in from these storms that were up in wisconsin that we were getting and we're getting a little bit of that today too but yeah sunscreen for me it's spf seventy you hit a lot of luck changing the forecast yourself i have not okay i just wondering you did say trying to change it from monday so you can still just wondering if you've had success with that that would be a wonderful thing to have what would be a special power days when.
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"The news this morning any buyer and nick palmer well the as are regrouping and considering their options to build a new ballpark in oakland kcbs has making goals visas says the one of those options includes buying the coliseum site from the city and county as president dave cavill says this doesn't mean they're making a promise to build a new stadium on the land where they've played since nineteen sixty eight however well you know obviously with this setback at peralta in december and with some of the headwinds and howard we think it's really important for us own our own home and control our destiny in oakland owning accounts complex he says the team has sent their proposal in a letter to the county of alameda and the city of oakland which jointly oh about one hundred and thirty five million dollars on that property with challenges with the ballpark the fact that there's a lot of community engagement that timing how long it's taken is made us feel that a big move like this is necessary for success of course there's also word of other potential developers sniffing around the area which also includes oracle arena oakland mayor libby schaaf has responded to the proposal with a statement saying quote i'm excited to work with the as in their commitment to stay in oakland and build a privately financed ballpark we look forward to reviewing analyzing and considering their offer megan gold speak kcbs the creators of bothe rock napa valley will be hosting smaller two day music festival of biard cohn winery in september this anoma harvest music festival in glen ellyn will feature the brothers head and the heart z ward the lakes lake st dr.