Bruce St. James: Here to have a conversation, not to lecture.
Having started in radio at the age of 17, and having no other meaningful jobs since, it’s safe to say I have no other marketable skills.
Growing up in Washington D.C. and Tucson, Arizona exposed me to very different worlds, and is probably why I am comfortable in almost every setting.
Never married, no children that I’m aware of and I don’t even have any pets. I do own a plant, but the fact it’s survived this long without watering leads me to believe it may be plastic.
Consistently inconsistent, and proud of it.
2020 brought the world unprecedented changes.
2021 is bringing the focus back to what matters- YOU.
We are bringing the conversation back to Chicago with The Bruce St James Show. No more lectures, no monologuing. 2021 is the year of the listener. The Bruce St. James Show will put Chicago front and center as he, his contributors and guests focus on real issues and why they matter to you.
From Bruce St James to John Howell, WLS-AM is having the conversations that matter to you. From Maple Park to LaGrange to the Northwest Side, WLS-AM wants to hear from you. Tell us what matters and let’s talk about it.
Minnesota unrest overnight
ABC's Mark Remillard recaps day 11 of the Derek Chauvin trial. The moms of Southport always come back for Crosby's Kitchen's monkey bread. What is something you wish you could have learned in school before you became an adult? "Yet they're punishing the poorest kids and working families, so it has had a devastating impact," Paul Vallas on CTU wanting to delay high school students' return. 42% of adults in America reported they'd gained an average of 29 pounds due to COVID-19. Certified fitness trainer Jennifer Conroyd says to be kind to yourself and stop using COVID-19 as an excuse not to work out! Alderman Nicholas Sposato explains why we should reinstall three Christopher Columbus statues taken down last summer and why we should stop taking down statues and monuments around Chicago.
Rest in Peace Prince Philip
The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, died at the age of 99 this morning. Prince is releasing an album from heaven and DJ Cheez is excited. The Department of Homeland Security warns that domestic extremists may try to exploit events surrounding the Derek Chauvin case to further their own agendas. The Department of Homeland Security warns that domestic extremists may try to exploit events surrounding the Derek Chauvin case to further their own agendas. Governor Pritzker is telling teens over 16 to go to the suburbs to get their vaccine. Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants a new policy in place for foot pursuits, but Former Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department Garry McCarthy says, "It's really difficult to manipulate and manage these policies to make them practical." President Joe Biden announced his first gun control measures. Is the problem laws, or is the problem enforcement?
"It's really difficult to manipulate and manage these policies to make them practical.' Former Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department
Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants a new policy in place for foot pursuits, but Former Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department Garry McCarthy says, "there is no policy."
You shouldn't believe everything you read on the Internet
The Department of Homeland Security warns that domestic extremists may try to exploit events surrounding the Derek Chauvin case to further their own agendas.
How long does the COVID-19 vaccination last?
Happy National Deep Dish Pizza Day. Is riding the "L" train a right of passage in Chicago? David Hochberg from Homeside Financial doesn't see a crash coming, but delinquencies on foreclosures are 60% greater than they were in 2008. ABC's Steve Roberts weighs in on Georgia's new voting law and says, "The heart of this movement is an untruth, and that's why Democrats are mad."
Happy Opening Day Cubs fans!
Wrigley Field says they've made big changes for Opening Day!
Merry April Fools Day! Bruce and Cheez start a bet to see if Michael Strahan really did fill in his gap. Executive Director of the (OEMC), Rich Guidice, says they are ready to celebrate with Chicago safely. ABC's Brad Garret discusses how honest and consistent witnesses were during day 3 the Derek Chauvin. Money may not buy happiness, but it does buy tacos.
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I really enjoy listening to Bruce. He offers a different perspective, invites kind banter between co-hosts, and keeps a gamut of discussions going. Thank you for your voice on the radio!
Bruce St. James is back!
Glad you are BACK.
It's great to hear Bruce (back) on the radio. I definitely don't agree with all of his opinions, but he brings a different perspective that I like to listen to. Congrats on the new job!