Steve Pulaski is relatively new to Dubuque, but is rapidly making an impact both on air and in the 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 I can actually create great material on the radio. 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!
Brock Purdy Did Something for the 49ers That Hasn’t Been Done in 34 Years
Purdy led the 49ers to another big win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
These Five Small Towns in Wisconsin are a Must for Vacation (LIST)
World Atlas took a look at several idyllic locals in Wisconsin.
See This Holiday Classic at a Dubuque Theater for Only $1
The popular movie will have a limited engagement in December.
These Car Issues Will Get You Pulled Over in Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin
With winter coming, these are some things on your car you might want to monitor.
The Oldest House in Wisconsin is Still Standing After 246 Years
The house was built by one of the first settlers in Green Bay!
The World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze is Coming to Wisconsin
Ice skating, a holiday marketplace, and more!
NFL Writer Dan Pompei Just Wrote a Book on the 100 Greatest NFL Players
Pompei also talks sleeper teams and the juiciest NFL storyline right now.
Chicago Legend Rich Koz Talks “Svengoolie” Legacy, Favorite Halloween Movies
The legendary Chicago horror host chats with Steve Pulaski in time for Halloween!
10 Tricky Town Names Iowans Should Know How to Pronounce
Some of these admittedly took me a minute to learn!
Iowa Has Some of the Cheapest Coffee in the US
A new study looked at coffee prices across all 50 states.