670 The Score is Chicago's radio home for the Cubs and Bulls. This Best of the Score section brings listeners the best interviews, segments, bits and highlights of the station's many shows, including Mully & Haugh, Bernstein & McKnight, McNeil & Parkins, Laurence Holmes, Joe Ostrowski and more.…
On this edition of Score Values, Alex Kuhn chatted with Steve Bernas, the president/CEO of Better Business Bureau Chicago & Northern Illinois. Bernas shared insight on the scams that his organization wants consumers to be aware of. Later, Kenya Mercer of Ladies of Virtue discussed her organization's plans for Giving Tuesday.
On this edition of Score Values, Alex Kuhn chatted with Lizzy Carroll and Hannah Misar of Lead With Love, a non-profit organization that puts love into action to combat the social injustices that youth face relating to mental health, physical health, education and exposure within South Side Chicago`s priority communities. Later, ángela munguía of AMPT: Advancing Nonprofits discussed Project Elevate, a six-week capacity building event for local Black and Latine-led nonprofit organizations that AMPT partnered with the Chicago Bulls and Pepsi to put on.
On this Nov. 5 edition of Score Values, Alex Kuhn chatted with Nic Weisher of the Weish4Ever Foundation. Weisher discussed the grassroots organization that was founded a decade ago to fulfill his brother Andrew's dying wish of supporting people going through cancer the way Andrew was supported when he was going through his battle.
Mike Mulligan, Olin Kreutz and Patrick Mannelly broke down the Bears' 30-12 win against the Raiders on Sunday. The guys highlighted the Bears' strong rushing attack and a good day from the offensive line before discussing the defense string together quality performances.
Mike Mulligan, Olin Kreutz and Patrick Mannelly continued to break down the Bears' 30-12 win against the Raiders on Sunday. They also discussed whether there's a quarterback controversy brewing for the Bears between Justin Fields, who's currently sidelined with a thumb injury, and Tyson Bagent.
Gabe Ramirez, Chuck Swirsky, Bill Wennington and Alyssa Bergamini hosted the Bulls season preview show. In the first hour, they were joined by NBC Sports Chicago analyst Will Perdue to discuss the team's expectations.
On the Oct. 15 episode of Score Values, Alex Kuhn chatted with Michael Crowley, the president & CEO of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago. Also, Lauren Scheibe, the Autism Speaks Walk director, joined the show to preview events coming up at Soldier Field and in Wheaton on Oct. 21 and Oct. 22.