(podcasting from the studios in the OTL Bunker, somewhere in Chicago)
(broadcasting on the “deep dish” radio station WLUW-FM (88.7) Chicago)
Mike Stephen gives you a tip for dealing with broken parking meters, brings us the story of a wrongful conviction, and goes on-location with the president of the Chicago Pizza Club and one of its members to chat about the local pizza scene.
A Parking Meter Tip – courtesy of The Parking Ticket Geek, official parking correspondent of OTL, at The Expired Meter.
It’s not illegal to park at a broken parking meter in Chicago! The Geek has a way to help you out!
John Maki – soon-to-be adjunct professor at Loyola University’s School of Law and a media organizer for the Center on Wrongful Convictions
John tells us the story of Thaddeus Jimenez who, at age 13, was wrongly convicted of murder. He was released last week.
***BONUS: Click on the link below for John’s YouTube video of Thaddeus’ release from prison.***
Mike met up with Francisco and Jen at Coalfire Pizza recently to learn all about the Chicago Pizza Club and the art of enjoying local pizza.
Above: Part of a Scrumptious Prosciutto Pizza At Coalfire
OTL #137 local music provided by Cyclesomething…