John Dodge is the Executive Producer of CBS Chicago’s website. (You are here now! Thanks for joining us.)
Mr. Dodge has been a journalist a good long while, long enough to be called a “veteran.”
Before arriving at CBS, Mr. Dodge held various editorial positions at the Chicago Sun-Times.
He likes to write about things that he finds interesting.
He hopes you feel the same way.
He also likes Twitter: @dodgerman
Come and play with him, but play nice.
As usual, Apple’s latest iPhone–which goes on sale on Friday–is in big demand, but current iPhone customers can take advantage of some nice features in the company’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 8.
Today, everybody knows that combination of a colon, dash and parentheses is a smiley face.
On Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., customers can pick up a bag of Garrett Mix (carmel and cheese popcorn) for just 65 cents.
Welcome to the City Of Big Drinkers.
Kohl’s Department Stores plans to hire nearly 70,000 people to help during the busy holiday season and one expert predicts a good year for those seeking part-time work.
The Art Institute Of Chicago: Best. Damn. Museum. Period.
There appears to be a border war between drivers in Wisconsin and Illinois.
It just might be the best way to start the day.
Free + coffee = Where do we get some of that, right NOW?
Administrators at Stevenson High School have added additional police on campus following a vague threat that was posted on Facebook.
Meteorologists don’t take much stock in predictions from the Farmer’s Almanac, which is calling for a frigid winter season, but there are more scientific signs that Chicago would see a wild one in 2014-15.
Each year is a journey, sometimes memorable, often mundane.
Lost in all the buzz over Apple’s new “wearable device” and bigger, badder phones, was the death of the device that was the patriarch of the company’s portable digital revolution.
In a dramatic retelling of the events of Sept. 11 from the perspective of a White House insider, President Bush’s press secretary on Thursday used a format unavailable at the time: Social media.
If you find yourself at a party this weekend, we have some trivia that might be either amusing or offensive, depending on your audience.
Growing up on the fringes of the North Shore, we always felt like we were the kids with our nose pressed against the window of a candy store filled with money.
A Fox News commentator blasted the “anti-testicular police” for destroying the football career of wife-beater Ray Rice.
How often do we shower or take a bath?
When it comes to plugging in a USB cable, one has a 50-50 shot at getting it right.
If you are like most Americans you have done it some place other than the where you are supposed to go.