Fourteen-year-old fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson stopped by The Interview Show to discuss her blog, her life and her upcoming magazine with Jane Pratt.
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Sanford Parker, underground metal producer and member of Nachtmystium and Minsk, stopped by the Interview Show to discuss his music, his producing and the metal scene in Chicago.
Chris Mills stopped by to perform and talk about his music and, of course, the hour-long drama Criminal Minds.
John Grant, former frontman for the Czars, performs and discusses his music, his life and the It Gets Better project.
Jake Nickell, the co-founder of Threadless, stopped by The Interview Show, hosted by Mark Bazer at The Hideout in Chicago, to discuss the company, his...
Peter Sagal stopped by to discuss his show, career and his work on... Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights.
Jeanne Gang, principal and founder of Studio Gang Architects, stopped by The Interview Show to talk about her career, Aqua Tower and mushrooms.
The 1900s, one of my favorite Chicago bands, performed on The Interview Show, the talk show I host at The Hideout. The band's new album, "Return of the Century," comes out on Nov. 2.
Novelist Kevin Guilfoile premiered the "trailer" to his new book, The Thousand, on The Interview Show at The Hideout.
Admit it: You've dreamed of sitting across from Oprah and watching your sales skyrocket after the world's most influential talk show host gives you he...
Chef Charlie Trotter stopped by The Interview Show to discuss his restaurant, his appreciation for today's diners and his (very) early days at the Ground Round.
Leno's sort of like a homeroom teacher in high school. They serve no purpose except to fill space until the real teacher walks in.
In addition to screwing up my own relationships, I seem to have now gained the newfound ability to screw up other people's as well. After my interview, I heard Jimmy is leaving Smashing Pumpkins.
Ed Schultz, talk show is to be know as "The Ed Show" on MSNBC.
Veteran radio host Ed Schultz will have his own hourlong program on MSNBC, starting Mo...
A mainstream talk show would reach millions of Americans each night, and in so doing, do for green interests what Jon Stewart has done for politics: make it accessible.
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