Brad Zibung, editor of the satirical sports website The Heckler, stopped by The Interview Show, hosted by Mark Bazer at The Hideout, to talk Jay Cutler, the challenges of making fun of the Cubs when nobody cares and more.
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Their new documentary, The Interrupters, is the story of CeaseFire -- in particular, three people who work for the organization trying to mediate disputes and help individuals turn away from violence.
Rapper S-Preme stopped by The Interview Show to perform and talk about his upcoming album.
Larry Vodak, owner of Scout, an urban antique shop in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood, stopped by The Interview Show to discuss the store, his thoughts on retail and more.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan stopped by The Interview Show to discuss what exactly the attorney general does.
Ok, Chicago. We see what you're trying to do here. You're trying to test our loyalty to you by refusing to give us sunshine and the warm temperatures ...
The creator and executive producer of "Check, Please!" discusses the show, Barack Obama's appearance, his favorite Chicago restaurants and more.
Elizabeth Stanley, who plays head muse on the Broadway-in-Chicago musical "Xanadu" was kind enough to inspire me to accomplish my dreams.
Schadenfreude, sketch-comedy legends in Chicago, recently appeared on "The Interview Show." Below is an excerpt and a clip from a sketch they did with the rapper Rhymefest.
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