In November 1975, the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald perished under the waves of Lake Superior, and Gordon Lightfoot’s ballad to its crew captured the nation’s lost hope with the words, “… all that remains are the faces and names … Superior, they say, never gives up her dead, when the gales of …

Stepping in for Brian Barnhart on “A Penny For Your Thoughts” this morning: Ann Rhoton, who will spin her favorite Christmas tunes from 9-11 a.m. on WDWS 1400-AM.

'I worry that a generation of artists, certainly the ones who were in the midst of their careers, will never recover. It’s that bad.'

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In their decades of running Bowers Tree Experts in Danville, John and Pat Bowers have used bucket trucks for a lot more than just clipping high-hanging branches.