CEO of Say Allo dating app Zackary Lewis gives us the scoop!
Glassdoor senior economist Daniel Zhao breaks down the takeaways from the latest jobs report.
Dr. David Zich gives his analysis on the latest talking points coming out of the coronavirus outbreak,
Attorney Karen Conti evaluates the legitimacy of a lawsuit filed against the NRA and its wider implications.
Katie Gerding Legrand from Jameson Sotheby's Realty talks about the trends they're seeing with more families opting out of the city and into the suburbs.
As part of our ongoing series highlighting local artists during the pandemic, Cole Degenova joins GDC to perform 'The Lucky Few' from his new album, 'Really Human.'
Cary Michael from Fred's Garage in Winnetka talks about how his business has fared since the pandemic.
Seth Schachner, managing director at Strat Americas, talks about the dynamics between President Trump, China and a handful of ultra-popular apps.
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Nick Jarmusz from AAA talks about their findings regarding the safety and efficacy of new driver assistance technology.
DJ Casper talks about the timeless legacy of 'Cha Cha Slide' and how he's giving back to healthcare workers during these turbulent times.
Nate Hennsler, executive chef at Roots Pizza, talks about their new opening in Printer's Row
Justin Lombardo, chief human resource officer with the Archdiocese of Chicago, talks about the decision to reopen classrooms to students this fall.
Sarah Lonsway from Northwest Medicine Delnor Hospital talks about the importance of giving your kids back-to-school vaccinations even if there won't be any in-person learning.
CPS teacher David Steiber reacts to the city's decisions to begin the school year with full-time remote learning.
The Bank of America Student Leaders program is helping Chicago youth build skills and form connections through virtual internships.
Dr. John Whyte, chief medical officer of WebMD, talks about ways to overcome 'caution fatigue' during the times of COVID-19
Rhonda Celenza, owner of Pilates Connection, talks about how her business has adapted and fared during the pandemic.
Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Stacy Davis-Gates reacts to CPS's decision to start the school year with full-time remote learning.
Laura Yepez, owner of Wicker Park Inn, talks about how her business has struggled during the uncertain times of the pandemic.