Join Executive Director Liz Spencer as she sits down and talks with a wide variety of Naperville residents; some you know and some you don't but all have made an impact on Naperville! As Spencer said in describing the show, "I just want to sit down and have a really good conversation with interesting people. This show will give viewers a great opportunity to get to know them a little more."
For more than 40 years, Brown has influenced thousands of athletes and taught them not only about football, but also about life.
Meet Ray McGury, the Executive Director of the Naperville Park District, and learn how he continues to maintain its status as one of the best districts in the country.
Best known as Officer Friendly to a generation of Napervillians, Arthur George Pradelís playful moniker has become his motto of goodwill.
Kathy Birkett talks about her 35-year career with District 204. Under her watchful eye, she saw the growth of student enrollment, faced a budget crisis, and opened three schools.
President of the Naperville Development Partnership & Convention and Visitor's Bureau talks about the role the Naperville Development Partnership plays in the City of Naperville.
Many people see them out in the community, but we got to sit down and break bread with Tim and Tom Belgio to learn more about their family business: Belgio's Catering.
Long-time Naperville business owner, civic leader and pilot, Bev Patterson Frier, reflects on her life and experiences.
Liz Spencer sits down with Pam Davis, President and CEO of Edward Hospital. Davis is celebrating her 25th anniversary at the hospital this month.
Teacher at Hobsen Co-op, volunteer at Highlands, founder of Little Friends, Dorothy "Dottee" Krejci has positively impacted hundreds of Naperville children.
Margaret "Peggy" Frank, retired president and CEO of Naper Settlement and the Naperville Heritage Society.
Former North Central College President, Harold R. Wilde sits down to reflect upon the last 22 years as the head of North Central College.