Steve Dale on WGN Radio: Eye on Travel with Peter Greenberg; Eating Out in Age of COVID and Daniel Prude Story
Filling in for Anna Davlantes at WGN radio, if you missed it – hear some of my conversations HERE.
Peter Greenberg, Eye on Travel WGN radio host and CBS News travel editor suggest airlines are taking lots of precautions to enhance safety. We talk about that middle seat and if that seat being filled really matters or not. And about cost of flights as well as well availability of flights. How airline are doing things, such as removing change fees. Greenberg predicts that the U.S. Government will swoop in for a bail out, but offers his view of what will occur if that doesn’t happen. Greenberg. the nation’s top travel guru, has much more to say.
Listen HERE to Illinois Restaurant Association president & CEO Sam Toia on the challenges restaurants will face when fall and winter arrive in the Chicago area, and how some places will be prepared with heaters and/or igloos. And the steps restaurants are taking behind-the-scenes to enhance safety.
Listen HERE to check out my conversation with Antonio M. Romanucci, founding partner of the Chicago-based law firm Romanucci & Blandin and the attorney for the family of Daniel Prude, the clearly mentally disturbed man who died on the street in Rochester, NY back in March after police knee him and use “spit hood.” Romanucci says the police involved should be criminally charged. He also said the City of Rochester is culpable for not offering proper training to police. Well, if that is the case, I asked, weren’t the police just doing what they were trained to do?