Mike Stephen talks with: Colleen Daley, Executive Director of the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence, about the recent debate over death and injury as a result of firearms; Allisa Opyd, Community Events Manager for the Village of Homewood about their upcoming Hobo Night Celebration; and Keya Trammell, local musician, who performs live! This week’s local music is provided by Keya Trammell. Mike Stephen with musical guest Keya Trammell and keyboardist Michael Flowers in studio. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with: Bethany Gomillion, Marathon Campaign Coordinator of Run Domestic Violence Out of Town and Elizabeth Gray, marathoner and domestic abuse survivor, about combating domestic abuse; Natalie Anderson, co-owner and barber educator at Beardsgaard Barbers, about the success of this unique Batavia-based shop; and May Tsupros, Executive Director and Co-founder of The Gardeneers, about educating CPS students on local urban farming and healthy eating This week’s local music is provided by Fire Garden. Mike Stephen out in the field to explore the Gardeneers’ rail garden in Homan Square. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with: Chicago Sun-Times staff reporter Mick Dumke about why the Chicago Police Department has created a secret “Strategic Subject List” of possible violent criminals; art historian Patricia Balton Stratton about her new book The Chicago Picasso: A Point of Departure; and Urban Nerd Herd founder Amanda McCarthy about hiking for pleasure and mental health. Meanwhile, we discuss how Mike jammed on some indie rock at the Navy Pier McDonald’s! This week’s local music is provided by Post Animal. Chicago Sun-Times staff reporter Mick Dumke and OTL host Mike Stephen rep the city and solve the world’s problems during their post-show breakfast meeting. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with: Chicago Children’s Museum president Jennifer Farrington about Once Upon a Castle, the new exhibit that seeks to eliminate gender stereotypes; Chicago Rot director/co-writer Dorian Weinzimmer about finishing his long-awaited locally-produced independent horror film (as featured on OTL #248 in 2011); and Westside Bee Boyz founder Thad Smith about finding his purpose, selling honey, and running a successful local urban apiary service. Meanwhile, Mike discusses his dudes’ trip to Portland, Maine. This week’s local music is provided by Nest. OTL host Mike Stephen shows off his Westside Bee Boyz honey… which he tried out in his official radio show tea this morning. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
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