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Lin Brehmer is the indefatigable host of the XRT Morning Show. On the morning of Dec. 30th 1991, he placed a needle on the record, “This Must Be the Place” by Talking Heads to augur a new chapter in a radio career that began in 1977. He has anchored the XRT Morning Show ever since. His insouciant charm has inspired XRT News Anchor Mary Dixon to leave and come back and leave and come back and leave and come back. The two of them can be heard 5:30-10am Monday through Friday. [Read Lin’s Full Bio]
The most subtle awareness may be our favorite because it is the sense of smell that arrests our memories when we least expect it.
When you were born, your mother wrapped you up in a little blanket and took you home consumed with a tenderness more profound than the ferocity of instinct.
What can you do for me? Watch my back. Make sure I have my credit card after I buy the drinks.
Congratulations to Chefs Rick Bayless and Sarah Grueneberg: Chicago institutions being recognized as the best that America’s culinary tradition has to offer.
“Is it OK,” my father asked at check-in, “if we bring our rifles in the cabin?”
“You’re onstage playing bass with Eddie Vedder and you’re going ‘gosh, I sure wish Lin could be here.”
Before Aerosmith, The Cars, Boston, The Del Fuegos, and even Willie Alexander and the Boom Boom Band, there was J. Geils.
I was a dignitary. For one day.
He was an equal opportunity insult comic whose favorite target might have been himself.
We make a beginning. Tobacco chaws and rally caps. Sliders and split fingers. Deep green fields and long white lines.