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(podcasting from the studios in the OTL Bunker, somewhere in Chicago)
(broadcasting on the “no-sleep” radio station WLUW-FM (88.7) Chicago)
Mike Stephen visits a film fest producer who’s staying up for 72 hours watching movies in a local coffee shop, plays a clip from a previous show where he learns about the Bar Aid Project, and talks to the anonymous founder of VerySmallBeer.com.
Jason Elewski — Producer of the Windie City Shootout
The WC Shootout is a contest where participants will write, shoot, and edit a short film in 72 hours. We talk to Jason as he stays awake for 72 hours watching movies in the front of Avocado Eatery on Milwaukee Ave. Why? If the participants of the Windie City Shootout are going to lose sleep, why shouldn’t Jason?
Jason tries to stay awake for three days straight.
We hear a clip from OTL #246 featuring a conversation with Erika Allen, board member of the Chicago Food Policy Advisory Council, about efforts of this organization to improve access to nutritionally sound and affordable food and discuss Chicago’s food policy.
Anonymous— Founder of VerySmallBeer.com
This site features beer reviews and beer culture discussion. We learn why the founder chooses to remain anonymous and what else he’s talking about on his site.
OTL #254 local music provided by The Dogs…