Steve Pulaski is rapidly making an impact both on air and in the Tri-State community. You can find Steve attending local events, concerts, and more on a regular basis. For as long as he can remember, radio has been a part of Steve's life, so he's honored to be in a position where he can actually create great material on the radio and online. Steve has also been nominated for two Illinois Broadcasters Association Silverdome Awards! Furthermore, he is also a film critic, so he's always staying posted on new movies in theaters and on streaming. In addition to talking and writing, Steve is a die-hard Chicago Bears fan (as rough as it may be) and has two cats, appropriately named Siskel and Ebert! You can hear me on Y105 weekday mornings, 6-10 AM!
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