Mike Stephen talks with: Taste Talks festival director Will Levitt about the future of food and the future of taste in the Chicago food scene; Working For Beer creator Matt Tanaka about the stories of the men and women who make the local craft beer industry what it is; and Activate! founder and Latent Design owner Katherine Darnstadt about the movement to create pop-up retail spaces across the city. Meanwhile, we announce that OTL no longer crashes the WGN Radio app! This week’s local music is provided by Clip Art. Sniffly OTL host Mike Stephen doesn’t mess around with mere pocket tissue packs. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with: LAF (Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago) supervisory attorney Elizabeth Rosenthal about the recent Cabrini-Green rowhouse settlement; My Block, My Hood, My City founder Jahmal Cole about working with underserved youth to break down barriers and explore the character of the city; and Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about horn rock pioneers The Mob for this week’s edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music. This week’s local music is provided by Graham Byrne. OTL host Mike Stephen critiques his on-air performance during the 630am newsbreak. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with: CityLab staff writer Brentin Mock about the future of affordable housing in Chicago; Southeast Side Coalition to Ban Petcoke member Jim Kinney about how a toxic byproduct of petroleum processing is affecting city residents; and Local author/lecturer/screenwriter Adam Morgan about the “Best Chicago Novels by Neighborhood” (via Gapers Block). This week’s local music is provided by Low Swans. OTL host Mike Stephen practices for the show each week in a studio much like this one in a top-secret underground bunker. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with: The Expired Meter blogger The Parking Ticket Geek about new traffic patterns in Chicago and a recent red light camera lawsuit; Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about ambitious early-’70s proto power poppers Brevity for this week’s edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music; and Chicago Architecture Foundation Senior Director of Program Strategy Michael Wood about how retiring baby boomers are impacting Chicago architecture and infrastructure as detailed in the upcoming Design Dialogues: Tick Tick Boom talk. Meanwhile, we discover that Chicago is the friendliest US city for tourists… at least according to Twitter. This week’s local music is provided by The Tarts. OTL host Mike Stephen III explains the new Chicago traffic patterns to Mike Stephen IV. Don’t drive angry! To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
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