I'm on-air overnights on WLIT. I've been broadcasting in Chicagoland for over 25 years... wow that's a long time. In addition to my on-air shift, I am also the Production Director, and do afternoon traffic reports. I have two sons, the oldest is a music education major at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington(he plays sax and violin.) And the youngest is a sophmore in high school and plays sax and guitar.
I'm not a huge baseball fan (unless I can get good seats at the old ballpark) but I never miss watching a Bears game. If I'm going to be away, I'll record it and watch it later that day or night!
I feel priveliged to be one of two male DJs on the air staff and am happy to provide some testosterone to the Lite.
Summerfest 2013 will take place June 26 - 30 and July 2 - 7, from Noon until Midnight and will be closed Monday,
Summerfest is now recognized as “The World’s Largest Music Festival” with over 800 acts, over 1,000 performances, 11 stages, delectable food and beverages and interactive activities, all in a world-class festival setting. For more details, visit Summerfest.com, Facebook.com/summerfest or Twitter: @Summerfest
Ravinia debuts include Matchbox Twenty, Goo Goo Dolls, Melissa Etheridge, Josh Groban, Alabama, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Journey, Darius Rucker, Celtic Woman, David Byrne & St. Vincent, Smash Mouth, Rodney Atkins, Sugar Ray, Jana Kramer, Jewel, Paula Cole, Gin Blossoms, Gary Sinise and The Lt. Dan Band, Vertical Horizon, Heart, Fastball, Aaron Diehl, Alejandro Escovedo, and Brian Wilson with Al Jardine and David Marks
And that's just a small part of the whole line-up. Get the whole schedule and info at www.ravinia.org.
There's a fun, free app where you can turn yourself into one of the walers from AMC's "Walking Dead." Here's the one I did.
Here's the link http://www.deadyourself.com/
If they got one of the Disney Electronic Reader and 8 Book Libraries they did!
Yep, that's me reading at least half of the stories on each of those two packs of interactive books from Publications International.
One set features Disney classics like Jungle Book and Aladdin, while the other features the modern stories like Toy Story and The Incredibles.