After the Olympic failure, Chicagoans need something to make them smile. Get prepared to meet the Kinky Llama, Chi-Town's bicycle-riding sex toy delivery man. What's his top seller? Listen to find out.
What is the Smashing Pumpkin up to with his latest scheme to give away his new songs for free? Sun-Times Rock Critic Jim DeRogatis gets to the bottom of it, plus the scoop on Bill Murray's violent crowd management technique.
The Parking Ticket Geek tells about a growing parking meter revolt on the South Side and warns that a meter vigilante may be lurking in the shadows, plus the best place to watch Blagojevich's continued breakdown.
The guys on some funny - and not so funny - crime stories and Former ABC-7 political reporter and new Better Government Association boss Andy Shaw outlines his plan for combating corruption. It involves a teapot and you.
Was that Bartman in the stands at Sox Park for Mark Buerhle's perfect game? Plus, Ald. Tom Tunney and the guys have a frank discussion about the alarming new statistics that show 1-in-6 gay men in Chicago are HIV-positive and half of them don't know it.
If not for bacon this might be Chicago's worst scoring week ever. Our ex-governor officially became a talk show queen, our hometown NBA hero was struck by tragedy and a kid cop made Mayor Daley blow his top.
Fook and Konkol got stood up by Bolingbrook stud muffin Drew Peterson, but they talk about his, er, undying quest for wife No. 5 anyway and find out how much guys get paid for doing the worst winter job in Chicago.
Barack Obama declared victory in Grant Park amid celebration and the wafting scent of an herb now available for medicinal purposes in Michigan and Fook caught the celebration on tape. Hear it on this edition of Keeping Score In Chicago.