OTL: Episode #417- The Daily Chicago Chocolate Smell Map, Intersecting religion and science, Future Hits’ music educates Chicago youth
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(broadcasting on the “do you smell chocolate?” radio station WGN-AM 720)
Mike Stephen talks to the creator of the Daily Chicago Chocolate Smell Map, learns about a local group that explores the intersection of religion and science, and talks to the creator of Future Hits– a band that plays educational music for kids.
Ian Petchenik– Creator of The Daily Chicago Chocolate Smell Map
Have you ever smelled the scent of chocolate as you walk downtown or on the near north and west sides? It’s the Blommer Chocolate Factory hard at work! We learn how you can track that sweet smell on a map.
Dr. Rachel Hart Winter– Director of The St. Catherine of Siena Center at Dominican University
We learn about the Albertus Magnus Society, a group that explores the intersection of religion and science, and get the lowdown on this year’s speaker series: Sin and Pathology: Theology, Pathology, and the Roots of Violence.
Matt Baron and Ben Sutherland– Members of Future Hits
This local band performs educational songs for children. Their 3rd annual Halloween show is happening on Saturday, October 18th at 1pm at Schubas. We hear the story of the band and some live music in studio!
OTL #417 local music provided by Future Hits…