Sisters Colleen Kelly & Catie Keogh talk about their top food related resort getaways and how to expand the palate of your picky eaters. Also in today’s show celebrity restaurateur and chef Jeremy Fall, seen on Food Network, Bravo, CBS and many more joins the show and the Trip Sisters talk tips on researching a destination’s local cuisine and food culture.
Janet and Steve went up to New Buffalo on Saturday, which resulted in new sliding glass doors and peeing on a garage. Brendan attended a surprise party this weekend! Steve thinks Dag may become a Bon Jovi fan if he watches his Rock N Roll Hall of Fame speech.
Brendan went back to the all inclusive lifestyle in Mexico and did some drinking, karaoke, and rendezvousing. To celebrate his homecoming, Brendan treated Dag to a strip tease to show his sunburnt athletic build. Stever is happy that his head is attached to his body!
Steve kicks off todays show sharing his love for headphones to Brendan and Dag. After much deliberation does Steve decide to get a CPAP machine?! It’s Ask Janet Thursday! Janet talks everything from her book club to travel advice! Tune in!
Steve, Brendan, and Dag are finally back from their Mexico Trip! Steve talks getting sick during the week long work trip and not being able to find saltines! Dag and Brendan discuss their eventful trip back to the states…oy vey! Welcome back boys!
Last day in Mexico!!! Steve is joined by Adam Engel of the White Sox and also grandson Jackson! Steve, Brendan, and Dag are in beautiful Riviera Maya, Mexico for the week! As they broadcast their WLS AM 890 radio show each day, we’re bringing the show directly to you! Tune in!
Day 3 from Mexico!!! Hear how Brendan’s birthday went! White Sox legend Ron Kittle joins the boys on today’s show in beautiful Riviera Maya, Mexico! As they broadcast their WLS AM 890 radio show each day, we’re bringing the show directly to you! Tune in!
Day 2 from Mexico!!! It’s Brendan’s 40th birthday today! Steve, Brendan, and Dag are in beautiful Riviera Maya, Mexico for the week! As they broadcast their WLS AM 890 radio show each day, we’re bringing the show directly to you! Tune in!
Hello from Mexico!!! Steve, Brendan, and Dag are in beautiful Riviera Maya, Mexico for the week! As they broadcast their WLS AM 890 radio show each day, we’re bringing the show directly to you! Tune in!
On todays show, Steve, Brendan, and Dag stroll down memory lane! Virginia McCaskey celebrates her 95th surprise birthday! Steve and Dag address social media hate surrounding some recent posts. Mexico is coming next week, tune in to make sure you get it!
President-elect Donald Trump touted his plan to save 1,000 jobs at Carrier in Indiana and talked up his plans to reform business taxes and cut regulations. But critics say what Trump did at Carrier is a slippery slope.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Workers at an Indianapolis factory say they’re hopeful the deal President-elect Donald Trump brokered to reverse some job cuts there can be repeated elsewhere.
Carrier plant forklift driver Robert James says he’s happy about Thursday’s announcement but disappointed that perhaps 400 jobs at the 1,400-worker factory will still be lost to Mexico.
James says he wants to give Trump a chance to stop other factory closings even as he worries the Carrier decision might be one-shot deal.
Jeffery Blackford is a 25-year employee of Carrier and wore a red Trump baseball cap to Trump’s announcement. Blackford says he believes Trump is letting corporations know they can’t leave America.
A Carrier spokesman says the company received $7 million in state tax incentives to keep the factory running.
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Demand Release of U.S.M.C. Sgt. Tahmooressi Suffering with PTSD from Mexico Imprisonment
Sgt. Tahmooressi, living in a truck having just arrived San Diego to seek VA assistance with PTSD supported by a Purple Heart veteran Marine; a 2 tour OEF meritoriously promoted Sergeant gets lost at the border and with one wrong turns ends up in the Mexico customs lane with no way to turn back. His truck piled high with possessions as he searched housing including his U.S. legally purchased firearms/ ammunition. Not intending to drive into Mexico he explains he is lost. Arrested since 4/1/2014, since incarceration his life has been threatened; sustained a neck wound requiring hospitalization and chained in a 4-point restraint, 26+days. The affect of this unjust incarceration on a decorated combat Marine is despairing. Tahmooressi supported by U.S. Consular Services yet low hope.