American politics today..... in one picture. pic.twitter.com/v4VYvZwFDs— Jonathan Capehart (@CapehartJ) December 13, 2019
Friday, December 13, 2019
I could do that. But not as well as he does it in his podcast Destination Eat Drink.
This week's episode is about Paris, but it involves some great info about the Beatles.
Listen to it here.
Trump tweeted that climate activist Greta Thunberg should not have been named Time Magazine's person of the year. He said she had an anger management problem (project much?) and needs to chill. Greta responded by changing her Twitter profile...
To my friends on the south side who have been asking me about my Cubs book (yes, there have been a few), here's a chance for you to come out and get them before Christmas. I'll be there for a few hours selling and signing EveryCubEver (and so will fellow Eckhartz Press authors Randy Richardson & Becky Sarwate with their book Cubsessions). Great last minute holiday gift...
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Have I mentioned that the Radio Misfits and Oppih Productions have created a new show based on our celebrity interviews? It's true. Every week they post a new one. The first three are below...
Field of Dreams actor Dwier Brown (he played Ray's dad)
Rico Suave himself, Gerardo
Shark Tank star and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban
Tomorrow we'll be interviewing Jim Peterik. He'll be next week's guest.
On December 11, 1816, Indiana was admitted into the union. Many Cubs (all featured in Every Cub Ever: https://eckhartzpress.com/shop/everycubever-new-2019-updated-edition/) have ties to the state. These three attended Indiana University; Mickey Morandini, Kevin Orie, and Kyle Schwarber.
No offense, but are you serious? I don't want to be unkind, but he was unlistenable to me. And Pat Hughes still isn't in there? Not sure I understand this one...
Ken “Hawk” Harrelson has been elected the 2020 Ford C. Frick Award winner, presented annually for excellence in broadcasting by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. @baseballhall // #WhiteSox pic.twitter.com/LgBo8LsD28— Stadium (@Stadium) December 11, 2019
Monday, December 09, 2019
On December Nein (German pun there, sorry), we take a moment to recognize the Cubs who were born in Germany. Would you believe there were 12? Heinz Becker, Ed Eiteljorge, Marty Krug, and Fritz Mollwitz were German immigrants to this country. The other eight were born on military bases in Germany. All are featured in EveryCubEver. This year, give the gift of Germans for the holidays.