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(podcasting from the studios in the OTL Bunker, somewhere in Chicago)
(broadcasting on the “DIY” radio station WLUW-FM (88.7) Chicago)
Mike Stephen visits the future home of the Community Glue Workshop in Edgewater, learns about Read/Write Library’s quest for a new BiblioTreka, and previews the Makers Day event at the Blue Buddha Boutique.
Ally Brisbin and Carla Bruni– Co-founders of the Community Glue Workshop
Inspired by the “repair cafe” movement in Amsterdam, the Community Glue Workshop offers opportunities for you to have your weathered or broken belongings rehabilitated by their neighbors at no cost. We pay them a visit.
Nell Taylor – Executive Director of the Read/Write Library
The Read/Write Library is a new model for open, location-specific archiving of independent and small press media. They are raising money for a new BiblioTreka popup library bicycle. You can donate to their quest here.
The old BiblioTreka.
Rebeca Mojica– Owner of the Blue Buddha Boutique at 1127 W. Granville in Edgewater
We learn about an event coming up on March 8th called Makers Day: Watch. Make. Take! There will also be the opportunity to attend craft sessions and bring along a project to work on with a community of makers.
OTL #385 local music provided by The Sweeps…
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