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The Accidentals sit down with Tony to discuss their first major label release "Odyssey," how they formed as a band, how they define themselves musically, and what are some of their favorite places to play in Chicago. The band also performs th
For the first time ever, Ninety94 Chicago performed a live podcast from Chicago's iO Theater. The event called PodSlam benefited Connor's Cure, which helps fund research for pediatric cancer. It was a terrific event that raised thousands of dol
Tony is back from hiatus and joined by Brad Robinson, for the 3rd time, to talk about sports. Specifically, they discuss the Cubs' World Series win and what it meant to him, his family and Cubs fans as a whole. They also briefly talk about what
Tony sits down with Natalie Slater, who runs the blog BakeandDestroy.net. They chat about her cookbook, I Heart Keenwah, the Vegan Vortex in Chicago, and the wrong way to eat a Chicago hot dog. © 2016 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony is joined by Sean Giambrone, star of ABC's "The Goldbergs." The Park Ridge native talks about the beginnings of his acting career, balancing work and school, and what it's like getting to work in the 1980s everyday on set. © 2016 Ninety94
Tony heads to Columbia College to speak with film composer and master's student Katrina Zemrak (katrinazemrak.com). They talk about her work, influences, favorite movies and an animated movie she's working on.
Tony talks with actor and Chicago native Lamorne Morris about his new film, "Barbershop: The Next Cut," which comes out April 15th. They also discuss what's in store for Winston Bishop on the Fox hit "New Girl," as well as his upcoming comedy r
In Bucktown, Tony has a roundtable discussion with the members of the band Wilde. They talk about the unique origins of the band's name, their formation, influences and their new album "The Party." There's also a great Obama impression from one
Tony is joined by Austin O'Brien from A. O'Brien Photography (aobrienphotography.com), which recently expanded into the Chicago market. They discuss the origins of the business, Austin's move to Chicago, his transition from big-budget films (La
Tony and his wife, Lindsey, review three places in suburban Chicago: Kinfork, Nothing Bundt Cakes and Rocket Fizz. © 2016 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony heads to the Cards Against Humanity offices to talk with co-founder Max Temkin. They discuss the game's inception, what lies ahead for the company and their new game "Secret Hitler." © 2016 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony welcomes Julie DiCaro to the podcast. She is a reporter and anchor for 670 The Score. They discuss Julie's transition from law to sports radio, this year's Cubs convention, and her opinions on "Making a Murderer." © 2016 Ninety94 Chicago
On the first episode of the new year, Tony is joined by WBEZ traffic reporter Sarah Engel. They talk about her path to journalism, the ins and outs of traffic reporting and a recent trip she took to a refugee camp in Jordan. © 2015 Ninety94 C
Tony goes backstage at a Local H show to talk with lead singer and guitarist Scott Lucas. They talk about the band's 25th anniversary, Scott's favorite bands growing up, and Local H's upcoming book chronicling its 25-year history. © 2015 Nin
Tony and his wife, Lindsey, review two new restaurants in Schaumburg. ShopHouse is the Chipotle-owned southeast Asian eatery, and Kuma's Corner is a Chicago staple that recently expanded to the northwest suburb. © 2015 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony welcomes legendary Chicago journalist Bill Kurtis to the podcast. They discuss his career in the news industry, "Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me," Kurtis Productions and, of course, "Anchorman." © 2015 Ninety94 Chicago
Brad Robinson, SportsOfTheSecondCity.com, returns to the podcast to discuss the Cubs' postseason run and the White Sox bad season, as well as the Bears, Bulls and Blackhawks. © 2015 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony welcomes director Mark Harris. He is the co-founder of the Englewood International Film Festival, which is October 22-25. They discuss the festival's history and the 2015 event, as well as Mark's film career. © 2015 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony is joined by Simon Marcel Badinter, co-host of "The Rendezvous w/ Simon & Kim." The show airs weeknights at 11pm on 93.9 MyFM. Simon talks about his time in Chicago, his radio career and coming to America for the first time. © 2015 Ninety9
Tony and his wife, Lindsey, talk about their night out at The Murder Mystery Company show in Oakbrook Terrace. For information, visit MurderMysteryDinnerChicago.com
Tony is joined by Miss Alex White from the band White Mystery. They talk about how the band formed, her musical influences, The Spits, Richard Branson and the White Mystery film "That Was Awesome." Alex also shares some details about an upcomin
Tony sits down with Ryan Curtis from the band, Murley. They talk about the band's formation, Ryan's musical influences and Murley's 10th anniversary show at Martyr's in Chicago on Sept. 26. © 2015 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony sits down with Brian & Ann Neale, founders of the Smoke Freaks competitive BBQ team. They talk about food, their favorite BBQ places in Chicago, and the Windy City BBQ Classic, which takes place Sept. 11-12 at Soldier Field. © 2015 Ninet
Tony is joined by Jim Cornelison, the Chicago Blackhawks anthem singer. They discuss Jim's favorite music, his time with the Lyric Opera and, of course, the 2015 Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks. © 2015 Ninety94 Chicago
Tony and his wife, Lindsey, take the Lay's Do Us A Flavor Challenge.
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