Recent Event Highlights: Scott Lee Cohen on Roe & Roeper - PART TWO, I Remember the Power of Nighttime Radio - Radio World, WLS Entertainment News: "Cedric the Entertainer on Blago", "Beyond the Beltway" with Bruce DuMont marks 30 years on Monday - Chicago Sun-Times (blog), Life With Hillary B. Smith - The WLS Interview, Part Two - TV.com, Little tiny scraps of the recent radio ratings - Chicago Tribune (blog), and 17 more...
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(JUNE 2010) Scott Lee Cohen discusses his running for governor with Roe & Roeper on WLS 890AM, Chicago.
Radio WorldI Remember the Power of Nighttime RadioRadio WorldBeing an inveterate DXer, sometimes I didn't really stop and listen to the wealth of programming that poured into my bedroom at night. ...
WLS talks to Cedric the Entertainer on the streets of Chicago about the Blago trial. (06.16.10)
"Beyond the Beltway" with Bruce DuMont marks 30 years on MondayChicago Sun-Times (blog)But DuMont switched to commercial radio and expanded his syndication reach in 1992 after joining WLS-AM/Chicago, a 50000 watt powerhouse. ...
TV.comLife With Hillary B. Smith - The WLS Interview, Part TwoTV.comBecause we just listen to each other, we just talk to each other. There's no acting, it's just two people who are really comfortable with each other, ...and more »
Been watching videos tonight. I have started listening to them in my car recently. i love you all for making vids and sharing your journey. I learn something about you and myself for everyone that I watch or listen to. I am thankful for each and everyone of you. I believe that my TRUE SELF is meant to help and support as many of you or fellow WLS peeps that I can. As we all know this journey or any WL journey is NOT EASY. This video is me "trying" to express to each of you that I have a true desire to help. I want to make you think? I want to make you focus? I want to make you take a step back from your personal self and take on a different perspective for a short period of time. What do you see? Do you see how a tweek here or a tweak there could shift your journey?
Mr. Black goes to SpringfieldDanville Commercial NewsSo then why were producers of Chicago's Don and Roma show on WLS radio so interested? “We should be talking about the budget crisis and they're (the media) ...and more »
Little tiny scraps of the recent radio ratingsChicago Tribune (blog)Preeminent talker WLS-AM (now with a unform rightwing lineup) is staggeringly low at 26th place. Far right WIND is not even in the top 30. ...
I very valuable lesson I learned in Vegas after seeing Penn and Teller
Monica DeSantis assumes WLS-AM duties of WIND-bound Amy JacobsonChicago Tribune (blog)I now can listen to WLS again now that Amy is gone! This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted. Your comment could not be posted. ...
Are They Joking? Elgin Says They Will Comprimise on Their Pit Bull RestrictionsChicagoNow (blog)But what if the subdivision where you live doesn't allow any fencing? Listen, I don't doubt that Mayor Ed Schock, Councilman John Prigge and other Elgin ...and more »
Chicago Daily ObserverChicago Daily Observer... Commission Phil O'Connor and State Rep Jack Franks tonight at 8PM on WLS AM 890. Listen Live Here Call in here +13125918900 Read More → Raising Dough. ...
Chicago Daily ObserverChicago Daily Observer... canddiate Joe Walsh(R-8th) tonight at 8PM on WLS-AM 890. Listen Live Here Call in here +13125918900 Read More → In the aftermath of The Panic of 2008, ...
Is it 'Now' or never for Bill Leff on WGN's lineup?blogs.vocalo.org (blog)Could one be a return to Roe Conn's afternoon show on Citadel Broadcasting news/talk WLS-AM (890)? Another WGN weekend host on the move: Jerry Agar signed ...and more »
The legendary WLS with John "Records" Landecker rockin' out in the Summer 1977. This is Top 40 radio. To a 15 year old kid in Oklahoma (where I taped this in my bedroom!) Landecker was doing crazy things on the air that no jock in Oklahoma was doing (and we had some wild ones in Tulsa and OKC). I was going to edit out the commercials but they are just too much fun. (be sure to listen for the Vagisil commercial!) I recorded this on a cheap mcmartin AM/FM & Cassette recorder in my bedroom in Oklahoma. The old K-Mart 90 minute cassettes were in rough shape after 33 years. I did my best to clean up the sound quality. It's still very rough in spots, especially when the signal starts getting weaker. But mine may be the only tapes of these broadcasts that have survived all these years..who knows?? Enjoy!
1160 WJJD signing off. I used to listen to this in Philadelphia during Summer 1980 at 10 pm That was 9 pm in Chicago. It signed off at odd times depending on sunset times in Salt Lake City because the station had to protect KSL 1160 in Salt Lake City. WJJD was a country music station back then.
I am really sharing my horrible fill experience with my local fill doctor. Listen in and comment.
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Today I appeared on the Roe Conn Show on WLS AM 890 - you can hear him Weekdays from 2pm to 6pm - also listen live on the web at www.WLSAM.com Here's links to some of the clips we talked about on the show WTTW Channel 11 - Wild Chicago - "Stephen Colbert Cameo" (1990) www.fuzzymemories.tv WCIU Channel 26 - John Q's Entertainment Scene - "Mr. T" (Part 3, 1978) www.fuzzymemories.tv My thanks to everyone involved for the invite. - Fuzzy (Rick)
Carlos Alazraqui as Rocko from the Nickelodeon series Rocko's Modern Life calls Thomas West Salon in Chicago for a hair cut. Thomas has no sense of humor and HATES Mancow. This is from May 10th 2007. Listen to Mancow Mon-Fri 5:30-9AM CT Syndicated around the country by Talk Radio Network and 9-11am CT in Chicago on WLS-AM with Pat Cassidy. www.mancow.com www.talkradionetwork.com www.wlsam.com This video replaces the original uploaded last year. Enjoy!
Mancow Waterboarded from 5/22/09 Listen to Mancow Mon-Fri 5:30-9AM CT Syndicated around the country by Talk Radio Network and 9-11am CT in Chicago on WLS-AM with Pat Cassidy. www.mancow.com www.talkradionetwork.com www.wlsam.com
This tutorial will help you through downloading youtube videos to use on your ipod. This is an awesome way to stay caught up on your videos. The downfall is you wont be able to comment on them. I have started carrying my small audio recorder and I make comments on that and then listen to it when I am at my computer. ...
Album: "Let Me" (Synergy Music, 2003) Words/Music: Emily Rey Additional music : Ardie de Guzman Arrangement: Elmer Blancaflor Recored, Mixed, and Mastered: Mixsonic Studios, Quezon City, Philippines The materials on this site were reproduced for enjoyment, review and information purposes only. The music, lyrics, and images on this domain are copyrighted by their respective owners. Artist website: http://www.emilyrey.com Emily Rey is a Filipino-American singer who started her musical career ...
...from noon to 2:00 pm if he'll just get out of office. WLS-AM has a rich history in Chicago and here in Peoria where I live I have listened to them since I was a kid when they had top DJ's like Larry Lujack. Bob Shomper said that what the station has done...
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Kitty is out of surgery! Whoot! I am so PROUD of her! Listen up to how she is. Please place warm wishes and some love on this video so she can see!
**I do NOT OWN this song. All rights belong to the respective artist. No copyright infringement intended. I am simply a fan** I urge you to listen to this song and read the lyrics I've posted below. The song is called, "FREE" and it's sung by Elliott Yamin, 3rd place winner on American Idol 2 seasons ago. He's a phenomenal musician, and I LOVE THIS SONG. Now that fear is out of the way I'm starting to see myself so clear Like a light shining into the night Everybody has a day When they're criticized for something But hold on to what you believe Tell me what you're hiding from Everybody's on the run Movin' so fast got to slow it down and breathe Hold fast to your dreams And don't be afraid to fly Alone in the sky When you do then You'll be free Nothing's impossible Free (alright,alright) You've achieved the unexplainable Free I believe that miracles Happen to those Who refuse to be told They can happen when we least expect So we let ourselves be free Mmmmm Mmm Every chance that we take Is one less mistake we can make Sometimes are blessings are in disguise Look beyond what they say It don't really matter what they see As long as you can believe Tell me what you're hiding from Everybody's on the run Moving so fast got to slow it down and breathe Hold fast to your dreams And don't be afraid to fly Alone in the sky When you do then You'll be free Nothing's impossible Free (alright, alright) You've achieved the unexplainable Free I believe that miracles Happen to those Who ...
CHICAGO nightclub fighting @ Lake & Halsted from the Lake Street Lookout, LAKEandHALSTED.com BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU PARK! WATCH & LISTEN AS CAR TIRES ARE SLASHED! SUNDAY, 8/7/05, 5:06 AM: A person exiting CHROMIUM slashes the tires of a car LEGALLY parked in front of the club. Three people watch from the sidewalk and another watches from CHROMIUM'S doorway. * Videotaped incidents have been shortened to accommodate this web format, but remain in chronological order. * All views are of Lake Street looking south, with Halsted on the left & Green St on the right. * ALL sound files (including any background music) were recorded along with the images, AS ACTUALLY HEARD ON THE STREET. The sound has NOT been enhanced, supplemented or amplified.