Mike Stephen talks with: 24WORDS: the equal rights rock musical producer/writer/lyricist Charles Kouri about exploring the journey for women’s equality; Chicago River Swim co-creator Doug McConnell about a proposed long-distance swim in the Chicago River; and local musician Noah Gabriel, who hung out live for the hour! Check out his new record Dead Reckoning. Meanwhile, we anticipate today’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade insanity, […]
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OTL: Episode #499- Protecting high school journalists, Oak Park’s newest theater productions, The Mini Maker Faire preview
Mike Stephen talks with: Illinois Journalism Education Association board member Stan Zoller about Illinois House Bill 5902 (aka the Speech Rights of Student Journalists Act) and how the proposed law would give some legal protections to high school students; Surging Film & Theatrics artistic director Billy Surges about the Oak Park theater company’s 2016 season (featuring […]
OTL: Episode #490- Blackfish: The Musical, The Secret History of Lonnie Brooks, RIDE asks who has the right of way?
Mike Stephen talks with: Blackfish: The Musical (for real!) director Jonald Reyes and co-writer Thomas Simmons in anticipation of the play’s world premiere opening night at MCL Chicago; Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about living legend Lonnie Brooks for this week’s “Winter Blues” edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music; and Under the Rug Theatre Company crew members (playwright Neil Connelly, […]
OTL #443: Chicago Police citizen surveillance, The man behind Chuy’s stache, #DateMe: An OkCupid Experiment
TO HEAR THE SHOW, PRESS THE “PLAY” BUTTON AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST… (broadcasting on the “stache-friendly” radio station WGN-AM 720) Mike Stephen discusses the extent of Chicago Police surveillance on citizens, talks to the man behind Chuy Garcia’s mustache, and gets a preview of #DateMe: An OKCupid Experiment. Joel Handley– Contributing Editor […]