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OTL #425: Inside the Christkindlmarket, Old-school tunes with Schola Antiqua, Mick Dumke on Chicago politics

Mike Stephen learns about Christkindlmarket Chicago from WGN Radio newsman Dave Schwan, talks with Schola Antiqua of Chicago artistic director Michael Alan Anderson about his music ensemble’s dedication to performing pre-1600 sacred music, and once again welcomes the amazing… 49 more words

WGN Radio

OTL #423: Chicago Jazz Magazine, Aldertrack, Allegory Handcrafted Goods

Mike Stephen welcomes Chicago Jazz Magazine mastermind Mike Jeffers to the studio to talk about our local vibrant jazz scene, visits with Aldertrack team members Mike Fourcher and Jimm Dispensa about their fun way to track the upcoming municipal election, and invites… 56 more words

WGN Radio

OTL #422: Sounds of Faith, How Do We Sing? web series, The Secret History of Chicago Music

Mike Stephen previews the 5th annual Sounds of Faith music performance with Rockefeller Memorial Chapel dean Elizabeth Davenport, learns about a new locally-produced web series for kids with… 67 more words

WGN Radio

ESPN Outside the Lines: Sapelo Island The Story of Allen Bailey

This ESPN documentary I watched about a year ago shows the journey of a NFL football player Allen Bailey from his upbringings in the Island of Sapelo to becoming a professional football player, Allen who is the great nephew of Cornelia Walker Bailey is the only professional football player from Sapelo and is in his third year as a defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. 445 more words

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OTL #421: Homeroom 101 Series, Can biology determine future criminals?, Local politics roundup with Mick Dumke

Mike Stephen previews the Dark Net 101 series on online privacy with Homeroom program director Seth Vanek, discusses the role of biology in determining future violent criminals with… 55 more words

WGN Radio

Deal 79: Carrot for lunch

When I returned to the square, the stranger was lurking in the crowd again. Most people seemed unaware, but to my eye he stood out from the crowd. 477 more words

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