Mike Stephen talks with: Dave Gardner and Vicki Logan, General Manager and Board Member (respectively) at WHIW-LP in Harvard, to talk community radio for another installment of Low Power to the People; Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about 80’s cosmic-jazzers Spaceship Love for this week’s edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music. Pat White, Author of Buzz Ride: Driven to Disruption. This week’s local music is provided by The Dress Circle. Mike hooks up with WHIW-LP in Harvard, IL for another installment of Low Power to the People. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with with: Regina Clewlow, Ph. D., research associate, UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies; and, Sam Hobert, former campaign manager for the recent Pawar 2018 gubernatorial campaign in Illinois. This week’s local music is provided by Blue Dream. Mike and Sam Hobert discuss the life of working in Illinois politics in studio. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
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Mike Stephen talks with: artist/playwright/actor Mr. Bohemian about his Rethink the Pink campaign against ride-sharing services; and reporter Mick Dumke about his new gig at ProPublica Illinois, why journalism is now more necessary than ever, and on what stories he’s currently working. Meanwhile, in reaction to the Trump administration’s latest moves against the LGBT community, we play an excerpt from OTL #548 featuring a member of Oak Park and River Forest High School‘s gay-straight alliance student group. This week’s local music is provided by Cheer-Accident. The conversation between OTL host Mike Stephen and Chicago Reader senior writer Mick Dumke continues after the show! To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.
Mike Stephen talks with: Mom+Baby founder Alexandra Eidenberg about how her organization advocates for women and children online, in person, and on the Hill; DNAinfo Chicago City Hall reporter Heather Cherone about Chicago’s new red-light camera rules and where they’re being installed and removed; and Blaservations architectural historian Elizabeth Blasius about her Curbed Chicago story on understanding Chicago’s vernacular architecture. Meanwhile, Mike his new baby’s arrival doesn’t interfere with our Saturday broadcast! This week’s local music is provided by Boss Fight. OTL host Mike Stephen gives the thumps-up to some Chicago vernacular architecture in Wicker Park. Note the contrast to the new condo building next door. To subscribe to the OTL podcast, please visit our iTunes page or RSS feed.