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Radio host files lawsuit against Governor Pritzker

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Radio host files lawsuit against Governor Pritzker

Radio host files lawsuit against Governor Pritzker Chicago radio talkshow host Amy Jacobson, a popular former Chicago TV reporter, has been banned by Gov. J.B. Pritzker from attending his daily and political coronavirus briefings. Jacobson co-hosts the conservative weekday morning radio show “The Answer” with political activists Dan Proft and the show is among the…

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Orland Fire’s popular Coffee & Conversation resumes with virtual online meetings

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Orland Fire’s popular Coffee & Conversation resumes with virtual online meetings

Orland Fire’s popular Coffee & Conversation resumes with virtual online meetings The Orland Fire Protection District will resume the popular and monthly Coffee & Conversation monthly meetings for residents and especially seniors in the Fire District. The event is co-hosted by Aishling Companion Home Care and participation does require downloading an App to permit your…

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FX TV Series on funny vampires is a real entertainment bite

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FX TV Series on funny vampires is a real entertainment bite

FX TV Series on funny vampires is a real entertainment bite If you are looking for a funny series to watch during the coronavirus pandemic, try FX’s series “What We Do in the Shadows,” a hilarious comedic look at vampire life in America through the eyes of four vampires from the 19th Century (or older)…

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New Novel: “Yellow:” Greed, Lies and Scandals of 1980s World Of Broadcast Television

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New Novel: “Yellow:” Greed, Lies and Scandals of 1980s World Of Broadcast Television

New Novel: “Yellow:” Greed, Lies and Scandals of 1980s World Of Broadcast Television Author Jeanne Charters has authored a new book that pulls the covers off of the scandals, lies and greed of the mainstream broadcast journalism As one of the only women in the male-dominated industry of broadcast television for many years, Jeanne Charters…

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La Grange’s Virtual Pet Parade

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La Grange’s Virtual Pet Parade

La Grange’s Virtual Pet Parade Virus shoves 74th annual parade off streets By Steve Metsch Not even the La Grange Pet Parade – an annual tradition since 1947 and arguably the village’s biggest social event of the year – is safe from the coronavirus. Due to concerns about spreading the virus, and unsure whether limits…

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Mineshaft, a song to calm concerns in the Coronavirus Pandemic wake

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Mineshaft, a song to calm concerns in the Coronavirus Pandemic wake

Mineshaft, a song to calm concerns in the Coronavirus Pandemic wake Student musician releases new song, “Mineshaft” to encourage calm during Pandemic (Watch a video interview with Aaron Hanania below) College freshman, writer and musician, Aaron Hanania, has composed a song to help ease concerns the public has over the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The music,…

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