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What to know about new COVID vaccine side effects, pairing with flu shot

Two doctors are talking about everything Chicagoans need to know about the new COVID vaccine.

32nd annual AIDS Run and Walk Chicago to step off at Soldier Field Sept. 30

"Show up, Show Out" is this year's theme to encourage the Chicagoland community to show up and show out in their most authentic self to mobilize for equity and justice for individuals who are living with or vulnerable to HIV/AIDS in Illinois.

Archdiocese of Chicago holds Sunday Mass at Holy Name Cathedral

"During this difficult time, it is particularly important that the faithful have access to the grace and comfort of Holy Mass."

Chicago Half Marathon 2023: 10,000 participate in South Side race, all for different reasons

Ten thousand runners are participating in Sunday's race, including a 90-year-old and several teens, organizers said.

9 children, 2 adults injured in LaSalle County crash, Illinois State Police say

Two adults and nine children were injured in a rollover crash in LaSalle County Saturday night, Illinois State Police said.

Woman crossing street critically injured in South Side hit-and-run crash: Chicago police

A 32-year-old woman is critically injured after an SUV hit her and drove away early Sunday morning on Chicago's South Side, Chicago police said.

Usher to headline 2024 Super Bowl halftime show in Las Vegas

Next year will mark the 20th anniversary of "Confessions" which spring boarded Usher into superstardom in 2004.

ABC7 Chicago installing new antenna atop Willis Tower

ABC7 Chicago is installing a new antenna on top of the Willis Tower Sunday morning.

Chicago shootings: At least 23 shot, 2 killed in weekend gun violence across city, CPD says

At least 23 people have been shot, two fatally, in weekend gun violence across Chicago, police said.

Rare pink flamingo sighting on Lake Michigan in Wisconsin draws large crowds

A group of pink flamingos have somehow made their way to Wisconsin drawing in curious bird enthusiasts.

Similar to his other Heartbeat siblings, Odie is no stranger to the steel. With a 30+ year career, he is known not only throughout the broadcast arena, but is highly respected by the artists.

His first stint in this timeslot, Odie has been a lights-out-candles man. With the plethora of insider stories, he has “lived the life that he sings [plays] about,in his songs,:a line borrowed from the great B.B. King.

Odie has hosted shows and brought artists to the stage that would leave the novice personality mesmerized and in awe: artists like some of the Greats: Marvin Gaye, Raye Charles, and Teddy Pendergrass, to name a few.

Then there are those who know him by his name, like Tevin Campbell, Babyface and Uncle Charlie…to name a few of his R&B tribe.

Fresh from some well deserved time away, not only does Odie have a vivid recall about the “why” of the music he plays, but he also knows most of the lyrics, which can be heard down the hallowed halls of the studio when he is on-air. Odie entertains himself, all night, 7p until 10.

Loving the music and always with a ‘behind the scenes,’ if not careful, listeners will find themselves sitting for his whole show which has already earned him a 2 thumbs up from the would-be critics.

DJ Odie is a personality for sure, and most would agree that it is “Oh So Good” to have the nighttime in such capable hands. Settle in, settle down and groove the night away.