Eric Wentz, Intelligence Officer to Guantanamo, enlightens the media about the methods used to elicit information from the detainees.
The Life of a Professional Clown
Award-winning clown, John “Jay Jay” Joseph, discusses the obstacles, challenges, skills, and heartaches associated with his craft.
Wrigley Field Confidential
As the former Director of Special Events, Connie Kowal shares a variety of colorful stories about Cubs’ history including a behind-the-scenes look at the first night game at Wrigley Field.
Educating Folks about Islam
Amir Abushama, Outreach Leader at Islamic Foundation North, explains the origin, customs, and rituals of Islam and the five pillars of faith cited throughout the Koran (Quran)
Who Really Shot JFK?
Award-winning teacher and historian Barry Bradford gives illuminating details of that tragic day in Dallas and closes the conspiracy door.
The Astounding Honeybee
Linda and Peter Samorez, beekeepers for 40 years, examine the art and science of their profession and explain the wonders of the amazing honeybee.
Becoming a Navy SEAL
Former Navy SEAL Marty Taylor describes the grueling step-by-step process to becoming a Navy SEAL and the importance of SEAL teamwork during a dangerous mission.
Documented Cases of a Ghost-Hunter
Vinny Morgan of Windy City Paranormal comments on his investigations of hauntings in the Chicago metro area.
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