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The Amy Guth Podcast from Chicago's Very Own 720 WGN
 
QSO Today is a weekly conversation, or QSO, between amateur radio operators about ham radio. Eric Guth, 4Z1UG, hosts a new guest every week to talk about their ham radio journey, their specialized expertise in ham radio, and how amateur radio has impacted their personal and professional lives. QSO Today is targeted at anyone interested in amateur radio who wants to learn more about this fascinating hobby.
 
This podcast is devoted to helping you be your very best by keeping up with current trends in self-development, leadership and business. The Blanchard LeaderChat Podcast provides the perfect way for you to stay up-do-date on the latest ideas, insights, and innovations that impact you and your work. Each episode features an expert sharing their ideas about helping people become the best leaders they can be. So, subscribe today, listen at your convenience, and keep checking back for new episod ...
 
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Get a head start on tomorrow during your commute home today. Listen to our roundup of essential Chicago headlines and analysis from Crain’s reporters and host Amy Guth. Presented by Wintrust.
 
Formerly the Find Your Forte podcast - Step up to the podium with purpose and make the most of your public or private school's choral program with solutions you never saw coming! Join Choir Ninja, Ryan Guth as he brings you weekly interviews with veteran in-the-trenches choral directors on how to manage your choir, teach concepts like sight-singing and group vocal technique, market your program, and help inspire a love of choral music in your students each day.
 
Podcast for College English with Beth Ritter-Guth at LCCC.
 
WGN Radio host Amy Guth and Chicago Tribune columnist Rex Huppke sort out all that’s happening in American politics, make fun of it where appropriate and search for some form of sanity in Guth and Huppke on Politics on WGN Plus from WGN Radio in Chicago.
 
The Bishop's Hour, produced by the Diocese of Sacramento, provides news of Church happenings, provocative interviews and commentary on timely subjects.
 
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Marlene is talking about a great concert coming to the Cathedral Maureen is talking 40 days for life in Yuba City Alex is talking events here in the Diocese Of SacramentoBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Amy Guth had a few minutes to talk with A.D. Quig, politics and government reporter at Crain’s Chicago Business! Amy shares their conversation on the rideshare company, Via, and how they are trying to work with Mayor Lightfoot on rideshare companies congesting traffic around the city of Chicago.By wgnradio.com.
 
Some brokerages have a new approach to getting a house on the market. Crain's residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin has details on that, as well as big sales in the West Loop, how closing the Sterigenics plant might affect the Willowbrook housing market, and news on the house that replaced the home of John Wayne Gacy.Plus: Chicago teac ...…
 
Kevin is here talking about events coming this weekend Mark is talking the canonization of Newman and a book on his life Jim is talking his concert this weekendBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Ahead of an expected teacher strike, classes have been canceled at Chicago Public Schools tomorrow. Crain's political columnist Greg Hinz discusses what the implications of a teacher strike would be, what options exist for parents and students, and what might be ahead for Mayor Lightfoot and aldermen.Plus: More on Anne Pramaggiore's Exelon exit ...…
 
Joe is talking the upcoming Father / Son Program Gail is talking the importance of Divine MercyBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
New steakhouses worth adding to your restaurant rotation are (wait for it) served up in today’s Daily Gist, as Crain’s dining critic Graham Meyer talks with host Amy Guth about where to get your fix.Plus: U.S. store closings are trending toward record highs, Related Midwest is proposing a West Loop office building, more than half of Illinois' s ...…
 
Crain’s political columnist Greg Hinz discusses the obstacles facing the mayor in what could be the toughest two weeks of her career.Plus: Boeing yanks the chairman title from CEO Dennis Muilenburg, Blue Cross bosses rake in the green, Illinois has a marijuana referendum after all and WeWork weighs a bailout that hands control to SoftBank. Find ...…
 
Liturgy MattersBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Richard Factor, WA2IKL, joined the amateur radio ranks 60 years ago, and was inspired by the technology dreams of the popular science fiction writers of that era. His interest in radio, electronics, and science led WA2IKL to establish his own technology business, now fifty years old. WA2IKL tells his ham radio story and how he uses is Toyota Pr ...…
 
Half-million-dollar Bronzeville homes. Two- to four-flats. Midcentury modern houses. After months of doom and gloom in the real estate market, Crain’s Chicago Business reporter Dennis Rodkin shows Amy Guth where to find the pockets of strength.Plus: A rare bank IPO, a North Branch property owner sues General Iron and the city, ComEd and Exelon ...…
 
Jim McCormick is here to talk about Sac Choral Society Jim Ball is Talking 40 days in Green Bay WisconsinBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Gov. J.B. Pritzker releases his long-awaited economic development plan to boost jobs and wages in Illinois, with a focus on bolstering seven key industries. Crain's political columnist Greg Hinz and today's guest host, Crain's government reporter A.D. Quig, discuss the proposal.Plus: A cold streak for big downtown office tower sales might be br ...…
 
Father Bill is talking Divine Mercy Conference John is talking his Men's Conference in Modesto Roger and Karen are talking 40 Days For Life in ModestoBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Churchill Downs should divest Arlington Park to an owner that will operate it as a racino, Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association president Michael Campbell wrote in a recent Crain’s op-ed. He argued that a casino would enhance the venue’s appeal, bolster live racing by driving more dollars into purses, and support the interests of taxpay ...…
 
Bishop is here talking about the 20 years of the Bishops HourBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Envestnet founder Judson Bergman, who revolutionized the financial services technology sector, and his wife were killed in a car crash late last week in San Francisco. Today, Crain's senior reporter Lynne Marek discusses his life and work.Plus: Chicago-based Grubhub deals with backlash as New York weighs regulations on food delivery fees; the G ...…
 
Andy is talking USCCB Jennifer is talking Camp PendolaBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Multimedia journalist and managing editor of MLK50 Deborah Douglas, joins Amy Guth! Deborah is an incredibly talented woman and talks about her 2019 Studs Turkel award along with what makes the MLK50 project so important to her journalistic identity!By wgnradio.com.
 
Tonight, on the Saturday Night Special, Amy shares the new ‘capsule collection’ offered by Glenlivet, the newest services offered by Uber, and listeners weigh in on the controversy of college athlete endorsements. Amy shares her talk with Crain’s Chicago Business reporter A.D. Quig on Mayor Lightfoot and rideshare companies, specifically Via, a ...…
 
Frank Howell, K4FMH, has a love for radio and electronics that goes back over 60 years, but is only a recent licensee. Frank serves as the ARRL Assistant Director of the Delta Division, and avid ham radio journalist, and podcaster. He makes a great case for recruiting retired people into the hobby by the energy, volunteerism, and technical devo ...…
 
There's good news and bad news about residential real estate values here. Crain's Dennis Rodkin runs down the risks in the market, and gives us a look at a new book about Frank Lloyd Wright.Plus: The Museum of Science & Industry is renamed for Ken Griffin, Uber launches a new staffing business in Chicago, Sterling Bay buys property next to Linc ...…
 
Lauralyn is recapping Ministry Days Susan is talking 40 days for life in SacramentoBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
In an interview with Crain's political columnist Greg Hinz and reporter A.D. Quig, Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx discussed her priorities and her decisions.Plus: Roosevelt and Robert Morris universities look to merge; the U of C and Loyola shorten some MBA programs; Jump Capital raises a $200 million venture fund, and Illinois takes its ...…
 
Nicole is talking about Catholic Cemeteries Jacqueline is the new Respect life Coordinator here in the Sacramento DioceseBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Players may soon be allowed to cash in on endorsement deals as Illinois joins a handful of other states considering legislation to help them reap marketing rewards. Crain’s reporter Sarah Zimmerman talked about how this could shape the business of college sports.Plus: Joe Mansueto and Michael Polsky are part of a $25 million medical-device inve ...…
 
Miriam was on the cover of this last Catholic Herald and is Executive Director of Catholic Charities in Yolo CountyBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Marcus Buckingham believes there are some basic assumptions about work that are just no longer true in the business environment today. In this episode, he shares his insights on eight of the nine lies featured in his latest book, Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World, including ideas such as: People care which co ...…
 
Chicago takes its access to water for granted, and that's creating a rising tide of problems. Crain's Forum editor Hugh Dellios talks about our deep dive into the financial and public health impact of the city's outdated water systems and how climate change is making things much worse.Plus: The head of the agency that runs McCormick Place resig ...…
 
Sister is talking Mercy Peddlers Jim is talking Sacramento Choral SocietyBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
The prestigious 2020 Michelin stars were unveiled for Chicago restaurants today. Crain’s reporter Dalton Barker talked with host Amy Guth about a few of the 25 restaurants to earn coveted stars in the tenth edition of the local guide.Plus: the chief of the Chicago Fed doesn't see the need for another rate cut, health-tech hub Matter expands to ...…
 
Ric is taking about all of his workshops this upcoming weekend at Ministry Days Judy is President of Sacramento Diocesan Council of Society of St. Vincent de PaulBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Dennis Kidder, W6DQ, is an amateur radio renaissance man, a collector of the game changing radios from pre-World War 2 to the present. He enjoys 80 meter AM on his Collins broadcast transmitter and working 10 Ghz SSB with the San Bernardino Microwave Society. Dennis is the co-author of Arduino Projects for Amateur Radio and a sought after speak ...…
 
The share of homeowners here who owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth is more than twice the national average. Crain's residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin tells what that underwater rate means for the Chicago-area market.Plus: The parent of Arby's, Sonic and Buffalo Wild Wings is buying sandwich chain Jimmy John's; ...…
 
John is talking Divine Mercy in October Chris is talking Ministry DaysBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
The organizers of First Women's Bank want to create a "different banking experience" for the growing ranks of female business owners. Crain’s senior reporter Steve Daniels shares his insights on the trend.Plus: Durbin is now the highest ranking Senate Democrat to back the start of impeachment proceedings, United Airlines bets easier upgrades wi ...…
 
In Will County, lower-wage distribution jobs are filling a gap left by factory closures. Today, a conversation with Crain's manufacturing reporter Claire Bushey about how that's impacting workers.Plus: A firm that sells 2 percent of power here also generates 19 percent of customer complaints; Rush University Medical Center gets top ranks in a q ...…
 
Paul Andrews, W2HRO, re-entered amateur radio, after a 35 year break, by working FM satellites with a Yaesu portable and a dual band antenna. Experimentation with a simple moon bounce array led to bigger and better antenna arrays, power amplifiers, low noise preamplifiers, higher frequencies, and more QSOs.…
 
On Friday, September 20, Bishop Jaime Soto appeared on Relevant Radio's Morning Air program to discuss SB 24, which will require all UC and CSU campus health care clinics to make abortion-by-medication available to students by state paid campus staff. He urges Catholics to contact Governor Newsom to veto SB 24. A link is available to contact th ...…
 
Two South Side neighborhoods are defying the city's drooping residential sales trend. Crain's Dennis Rodkin discusses the areas where home sales are up, as well as new city laws that address developers' tactics in gentrifying areas and how developers turn condo buildings into rentals.Plus: Every American power grid is getting a lot greener, exc ...…
 
Deacon and John are the Open Wide your hearts campaign Kathy is talking about Independent compensation for victimsBy Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
Will soybean growers suffer permanent damage in the trade war? Crain's reporter Claire Bushey discusses the short line between Illinois farmers and international politics.Plus: The sponsor of a city $15 minimum wage bill opens the door to a compromise; a Chicago lawyer will oversee lawsuits in one Boeing 737 Max crash, while the planemaker's CE ...…
 
Rita is here talking a lot of subjects, including the Red Mass. Rabbi Seth is talking Exodus Project and his article in the Catholic Herald.By Sacramento Catholic Diocese.
 
The mayor today made her first moves into regulating recreational marijuana in the city—ones that could reduce tax revenue by banning sales in the portion of the city where tourists and visitors are concentrated. Crain’s Greg Hinz talks to Amy Guth about the narrow line Lightfoot is trying to walk with her plan.Plus: Cboe confirms a headquarter ...…
 
In an exclusive interview, Morningstar founder Joe Mansueto talks about his decision to purchase full ownership in the soccer team.Plus: Amazon is adding 400 Chicago tech jobs and expanding its downtown office by 70,000 square feet, United and Expedia end their feud over online ticket sales, an alderman blocks the conversion of a Streeterville ...…
 
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