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.
The suitcase is getting smarter.
Students across the nation have united in a crusade, drawing a line in the lunch room over what they are being served in the school cafeteria.
The cover of the CTA voice-over guy has been blown, and it has been learned he is an interloper from north of the border, according to a published report in DNA Info.
Watching two grown men in a social media hissy fit over a building sign is actually a lot more amusing than one might think.
The amount of snow that has already fallen on top of Buffalo, New York is more than fell in the top three Chicago snowstorms–combined.
Writer and travel fiend Ryan Estrada is launching the latest “Poorcraft” graphic novel and is offering random strangers a spot in the newest book, “Poorcraft: Wish You Were Here.”
On this date in 1863 President Abraham Lincoln wasn’t even the featured speaker as thousands gathered to venerate the fallen soliders at Gettysburg.
The minivan is a hot car in Illinois.
More than a decade after he became the only man to defeat Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Mr. Olympia competition, Chicago Police Officer Sergio Oliva muscles still appeared as if they could rip his uniform clean off.
By John Dodge CHICAGO (CBS) — Blase Cupich is the ninth archbishop in the Chicago archdiocese. After serving as archbishop for a year or two here, Cupich is expected be elevated to cardinal, joining six […]
A local entrepreneur has developed a simple and elegant way to protect your privacy while using your computer.
Feel what it’s like to ride the CTA’s Blue Line between Forest Park and O’Hare from the perspective of the train’s operator.
Dylan’s Candy Bar is opening a Chicago version of its popular New York candy emporium on Tuesday.
When it was suggested that I “critique” the new official trailer for “50 Shades Of Grey,” (by a woman, of course), I vowed not to use any double entendres.
In an ongoing effort to improve community outreach to under-served cities, the National Football Leauge is launching a first-of-its-kind counseling center to help Bears fans cope in the event of another blowout loss.
While many Bears fans have written off the team this season, diehards who want to see a game live can pick up some seats for a relatively good price.
Just more than a week removed from his election defeat, Gov. Pat Quinn was asked about whether he has plans to run for another public office.
The following story sent the knuckle-dragging, meatball faction of Bears’ fandom into apocalyptic rage.
For the first time, the CTA is offering front-seat views of its rail lines.
For more than 100 years, Chicago has manufactured its own scenic views.