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The Irish Tech News Podcast
How to rate Celebrity NFTs, insights with Joey Dunne, aka LeDrop WithCheese

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 37:18


How Quentin Tarantino' 'Pulp Fiction' Inspired this U.S. Army Veteran to create a Celebrity NFT and Metaverse Collectible and Consulting Business Joey Dunne is currently fully immersed in the Metaverse by manufacturing, buying and selling NFT's(Non-Fungible Tokens) as an anonymous artist, a self-proclaimed expert Celebrity NFT drop blogger named LeDrop WithCheese, and a trader of cryptocurrencies. Joey owns a massive NFT collection across dozens of blockchains and is a partner in a Metaverse company with David Seidman, ESQ, named Fake Himbos, LLC. Together, they specialize in Metaverse onboarding and monetization for artist/director/musician/celebrity clients. LeDrop WithCheese is a blog writer and NFT artist who rates Celebrity NFT drops in advance of their releases, with honest reviews distributed across these channels: LeDropWithCheese.com, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Tik Tok and Giphy. Previously, Joey Dunne was featured on the front page of the Chicago Tribune and on Prime Time with Brian Williams for his Christmas Sweater Depot company (2011-2015) based out of Chicago that featured 2 storefronts and an online shop. Joey was also the managing partner for Grace Street Tap from 2010-2012 and is a DePaul University and Gordon Tech Alumni. Jamil Hasan is a crypto and blockchain focused podcast host at the Irish Tech News and spearheads our weekend content “The Crypto Corner” where he interviews founders, entrepreneurs and global thought leaders. Prior to his endeavors into the crypto-verse in July 2017, Jamil built an impressive career as a data, operations, financial, technology and business analyst and manager in Corporate America, including twelve years at American International Group and its related companies. Since entering the crypto universe, Jamil has been an advisor, entrepreneur, investor and author. His books “Blockchain Ethics: A Bridge to Abundance” (2018) and “Re-Generation X” (2020) not only discuss the benefits of blockchain technology, but also capture Jamil's experience on how he has transitioned from being a loyal yet downsized former corporate employee to a self sovereign individual. With over ninety podcasts under his belt since he joined our team in February 2021, and with four years of experience both managing his own crypto portfolio and providing crypto guidance and counsel to select clients, Jamil continues to seek opportunities to help others navigate this still nascent industry. Jamil's primary focus outside of podcast hosting is helping former corporate employees gain the necessary skills and vision to build their own crypto portfolios and create wealth for the long-term.

VSiN Best Bets
The Edge | November 24, 2021

VSiN Best Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 53:10


On this episode of The Edge hosts Jonathan Von Tobel and Matt Youmans are joined by Brad Biggs, Chicago Bears Reporter for the Chicago Tribune, as they discuss the latest news with the Bears. Also in the show, the hosts play "Do The Numbers" for the Bills, Josh Allen, and Trevor Siemian. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Chewing
Episode 101: The Korean Vegan, Owamni by The Sioux Chef

Chewing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 54:18


Chewing podcast co-host Monica Eng visits TikTok star The Korean Vegan aka Joanne Lee Molinaro to talk about her debut bestselling cookbook "The Korean Vegan Cookbook: Reflections and Recipes from Omma's Kitchen." Then co-host Louisa Chu goes to Owamni by The Sioux Chef restaurant in Minnesota to talk to founders Dana Thompson and Sean Sherman about Indigenous food and decolonized ingredients. And Louisa brings Monica Owamni's maple crickets, but Will She Eat It?

The Mincing Rascals
The Mincing Rascals 11.23.21: Thanksgiving stuffing and mac and cheese, Rittenhouse verdict and the jury system, the Ahmaud Arbery case, and robbery in Chicago

The Mincing Rascals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of the Picayune Sentinel, Lisa Donovan of The Chicago Tribune, Brandon Pope of WCIU and Ebony Magazine, and Jon Hansen of Block Club Chicago. They kick off the podcast by discussing the hard hitting topic of Thanksgiving stuffing and mac and cheese. Then the […]

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair: Kyle Rittenhouse and his previous lawyer fight over $2 million bond money

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams to explain why a sum of $2 million is being fought over since the day of Kyle Rittenhouse’s “Not Guilty” verdict.

You Matter!
Episode 86: Claire Bidwell Smith, Grief Expert

You Matter!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:41


Claire Bidwell Smith is a renowned grief expert and author. After losing both of her parents at a young age, Claire was drawn to helping others navigate the grief process. A former therapist in private practice for over a decade, she has counseled thousands of people and written three books about grief and loss. Claire speaks and lectures widely; she is passionate about advocating for advancement in end-of-life care and bringing awareness to our culture's understanding of grief. Claire has written for The New York Times, Scientific American, The Washington Post, Goop, The Huffington Post to name a few, and she has been featured on MSNBC, Good Day LA, Today.com, the Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, NPR, Forbes, Oprah Magazine, Self Magazine, Shape Magazine, and dozens of radio shows and podcasts.

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
Was the Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Inevitable?

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 33:12


Last August, then-17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse crossed state lines with a semi-automatic rifle, and fatally shot two people and wounded another during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rittenhouse's lawyers leaned heavily on the teenager's right to defend himself. In Wisconsin, that means the prosecution had to disprove self-defense beyond a reasonable doubt. Was it inevitable that Rittenhouse would walk free? And how did the community react when he did?  Guest: Stacy St. Clair, reporter for the Chicago Tribune.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: Was the Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict Inevitable?

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 33:12


Last August, then-17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse crossed state lines with a semi-automatic rifle, and fatally shot two people and wounded another during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rittenhouse's lawyers leaned heavily on the teenager's right to defend himself. In Wisconsin, that means the prosecution had to disprove self-defense beyond a reasonable doubt. Was it inevitable that Rittenhouse would walk free? And how did the community react when he did?  Guest: Stacy St. Clair, reporter for the Chicago Tribune.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Today, Explained
Kyle Rittenhouse and the “self-defense” defense

Today, Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:18


After the Chicago Tribune's Stacy St. Clair runs through the Rittenhouse trial and verdict, legal scholar Eric Ruben explains how “self-defense” can apply to shooting unarmed people in public. Today's show was produced by Hady Mawajdeh and Miles Bryan with help from Will Reid, edited by Matt Collette, engineered by Efim Shapiro, fact-checked by Laura Bullard and hosted by Sean Rameswaram. Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained Support Today, Explained by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Charlottesville Community Engagement
November 22, 2021: Albemarle PC briefed on capital budget process; Another new owner for the Daily Progress?

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 19:05


It doesn’t seem at this moment like a holiday week, with so many items happening at public meetings before Thanksgiving. But, I’m grateful you are listening to this installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement, and I’m hopeful that you’ll share it with others. Most people read the newsletter, but the secret is that each one is produced for audio, as my professional career in journalism began in radio. More than a quarter-century later, I’m glad to be bringing you information as often as I can and this is what I have for November 22, 2021. Let’s begin today with a Patreon-fueled shout-out! WTJU is hosting Classical Listening Parties, a series of four free, casual events on Tuesdays in November. These four events are led by Chelsea Holt, pianist, teacher, and one of WTJU’s newest and youngest classical announcers. She’ll guide you through all the eras of classical music and tomorrow night at 7 p.m.: the Romantic period. For a list of the others, visit wtju.net to learn more and sign up! On today’s show:Albemarle’s Planning Commission gets an update on the county’s capital improvement budget for the next fiscal yearA hedge fund sets its sights on the Daily Progress and its parent company The EPA seeks to reestablish jurisdiction in the Waters of the United StatesAnd the University of Virginia seeks a tuition increase for undergraduatesPandemic updateAs the week begins, the seven-day average for new COVID cases is at 1,644 new cases a day and the percent positivity is at 5.9 percent. The Blue Ridge Health District reports another 29 new cases today and a percent positivity of 5.5 percent. Three more fatalities have been reported since Friday for a total of 311 since the pandemic began. Fatal fireA fire in an apartment in the 1200 block of Carlton Avenue in the Belmont neighborhood on Sunday has killed one person, according to a release from the Charlottesville Fire Department. Crews began fighting the fire soon after arriving and then looked for anyone trapped. One adult was rescued but died soon after being taken to an unidentified hospital. Fire marshals are investigating the cause. This is the third fatality from a fire this year. Newspaper consolidation continuesThe Charlottesville Daily Progress and most other daily newspapers in Virginia might soon have a new owner. Alden Global Capital has announced in a letter that it will pay $24 a share for Lee Enterprises, thirty percent over the Friday’s closing stock price. “We believe that as a private company and part of our successful nationwide platforms, Lee would be in a stronger position to maximize its resources and realize strategic value that enhances its operations and supports its employees in their important work serving local communities,” reads the letter. Alden Global Capital is a New York based hedge fund that owns the Tribune Publishing Company and Media NewsGroup. Among their newspapers are the Chicago Tribune, the Denver Post, the Mercury News, and the New York Daily News. The company already owns six percent of Lee Enterprises. “Scale is critical for newspapers to ensure necessary staffing and in order to thrive in this challenging environment where print advertising continues to decline and back office operations and legacy public company functions remain bloated, thus depriving newsrooms of resources that are best used serving readers with relevant, trustworthy, and engaging content,” the letter continues. Lee Enterprises completed the purchase of the Daily Progress from BHMedia in March 2020. BHMedia is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, which purchased the Progress from Media General in May 2012. Media General purchased the paper from Thomas Worrell Jr. in 1995 as part of a $230 million deal. The Progress was first published on September 14, 1892. Other Virginia papers owned by Lee Enterprises include the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the Lynchburg News Advance, and the Roanoke Times. Learn more about the potential takeover from Rick Edmonds on Poytner.org or at Virginia Business. The real question is - who gets the Daily Progress March? In April 2005, the Charlottesville Municipal Band unveiled a tune written by Nellysford composer Paul T. Richards. Check out my news story from that time!Crozet school redistrictingAn Albemarle committee appointed to study scenarios to alleviate overpopulation of elementary schools in the western part of the county has unveiled their recommendation. After meeting four times and holding two public comment sessions, the Crozet-Brownsville Redistricting Committee has suggested a total of 219 students be moved from Brownsville to Crozet Elementary at the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year. By then, Albemarle should have completed a $21.25 million addition to that school which includes 16 new classrooms. (committee website)Water quality rulesTwo federal agencies that regulate land use as it relates to water quality have announced plans to reinstate a more robust definition of what constitutes the “waters of the United States.” Both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers use that phrase as a basis for enforcement of the Clean Water Act of 1972 which among other things regulates industrial discharges into “navigable waters.” A rule change made in the previous presidential administration reduced the geographic scope of the definition, potentially limiting the jurisdiction  of the EPA and the Army Corp’s reach. The Southern Environmental Law Center and other conservation groups sued to overturn the rule. “The prior administration stripped protections under the Clean Water Act from countless streams, lakes and wetlands, leaving thousands of stream miles, many public recreational lakes, and millions of acres of wetlands without protections that have been in place for decades through every other administration and putting our communities and water supplies at risk,” reads a statement issued last week.The SELC argues that preserving wetlands can help preserve the ability of communities to reduce flooding and deal with extreme weather events. To learn more, visit the EPA’s Waters of the United States website. UVA tuitionThe Cavalier Daily reports that tuition at the University of Virginia could increase between 3.5 percent and 4.9 percent in the each of the next two academic years. That’s according to two representatives from the UVA Finance office who spoke to Student Council last week. Public comment will be taken at a forum on December 2 followed by a vote by the Board of Visitors at their meeting a week later. Tuition was frozen for the current academic year. For a sense of scale, the current tuition for most undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences is $14,188 for a Virginia resident and $48,036 for an out-of-state resident. Third-year students pay slightly higher. First-year engineering students from Virginia pay $22,566 for a year’s tuition, with non-Virginians paying $56,730. These figures don’t include fees. Take a look at the UVA website to learn more about how much students are charged for their education. To learn more about the proposed increase, read Eileen Powell’s article in the Cavalier Daily. You’re reading Charlottesville Community Engagement. Let’s have two more Patreon-fueled shout-outs. The first comes a long-time supporter who wants you to know:"Today is a great day to spread good cheer: reach out to an old friend, compliment a stranger, or pause for a moment of gratitude to savor a delight."The second comes from a more recent supporter who wants you to go out and read a local news story written by a local journalist. Whether it be the Daily Progress, Charlottesville Tomorrow, C-Ville Weekly, NBC29, CBS19, WINA, or some other place I’ve not mentioned - the community depends on a network of people writing about the community. Go learn about this place today!Albemarle Planning Commission’s capital budget briefingTomorrow afternoon at 2 p.m., an advisory committee appointed to help Albemarle County shape its capital improvement program budget for the next fiscal year will hold its first meeting. Last week, the seven-member Planning Commission got an overview including a reminder that last year was very different. (watch the meeting)“Last year when we were putting together the FY22 budget, there was no [capital improvement program],” said Andy Bowman, the chief of budget in the Finance and Budget office. “The county was in the middle of the pandemic and there was a tremendous amount of uncertainty and really at that time it was decided instead of focusing on a long-range picture, to focus on the impacts of the pandemic and what might be able to be unpaused from a number of projects that were paused at the start of the pandemic.”Bowman said the economy has rebounded much better than initially anticipated with outlooks becoming more favorable with each passing month. As the FY23 budget approaches, Bowman said the county is not immune to inflationary pressure, with bids for some capital projects coming in higher than budgeted. The process starts with a review of what’s currently in the works.“We have a capital program currently underway, before we even start anything from 2023 to 2027, of around $147 million for about 65 projects,” Bowman said. “Of that $147 million, $91 million has been appropriated in the last eleven months now, from what was unpaused in January which included the expansion at Crozet Elementary.” Bowman noted that over the course of the next five years, the county will adopt a new Comprehensive Plan and the Board of Supervisors will update their strategic plan. Both documents as well as the School Board’s strategic plan will guide future decisions on capital spending. Bowman said the focus this cycle will be on the immediate year to give flexibility on future needs. The CIP advisory committee consists of Supervisors Bea LaPisto-Kirtley and Donna Price, School Board members Kate Acuff and Jonno Alcaro, and former Planning Commissioners Bruce Dotson.and Cal Morris. “They’re charged to do a few things,” Bowman said. “First they will review and evaluate a proposal that is recommended by staff as a starting point and then the CIP committee will sort of make a recommendation and modify that starting point.” Bowman said there will be additional revenue from the cigarette tax and potential revenue from a tax on plastic bags. The county also refinanced its debt earlier this year.“Given the current market we were able to issue a large amount of [borrowed proceeds] at low interest rates and that will create some capacity that didn’t exist in the prior plan prior to the pandemic,” Bowman said Bowman said staff is also reviewing through the details of the American Rescue Plan Act to see how that funds can be used to leverage local dollars capital spending. In August, Supervisors used $4.5 million in federal COVID-relief funds for broadband expansion. One of the biggest items in the capital improvement program is the need for school maintenance and expansion. Rosalyn Schmitt is the chief operating officer of Albemarle County Public Schools. She briefed the Planning Commission on the school’s strategic plan.“Getting the right resources to educators and students for their teaching and learning is key to our success,” Schmitt said The school system has a Long-Range Planning Advisory Committee and their most recent recommendations were published on September 9, 2021. The eleven projects have a cumulative cost estimate of $196 million, with most of the projects containing either word “renovations” or “capacity.”“Adequate capacity continues to be a need for the school division,” Schmitt said. “This is supported by the ten-year enrollment projections and reinforced by both the recently completed development and student yield analysis, and a thirty-year population forecast.”  One item is $40 million for another elementary school in the northern feeder pattern and another would be to purchase land for the western feeder pattern. “As these schools all reach a saturation point where expansion is no longer practical, we recommend a strategy for land acquisition and the construction of new facilities,” Schmitt said. “I think for the first time in a long time you’ll see several new schools on this list.” There’s also a recommendation to improve air quality within schools. There is a possibility that federal ARPA funding could be used for that purpose. “That is a comprehensive program around mechanical improvements that there is some opportunity to have some matching funds from ARPA funding that we are pursuing,” Schmitt said. Luis Carrazana is the associate architect of the University of Virginia and a non-voting member of the Albemarle Planning Commission. He noted that the recent adoption of the Crozet Master Plan update called for capital infrastructure, as did the relatively recent update of the Pantops Master Plan and adoption of the Rio Small Area Plan. “And so I’m wondering how we’re looking at those approved master plans with the CIP and putting the same rigor as we seem to be doing with the School Board,” Carrazana said. Planning Director Charles Rapp said implementation of many projects in the master plans are dependent on lining up ideas with funding opportunities.“A lot of those infrastructure related improvements, we identify them in these master plans or small area plans or corridor studies and that’s often the first phase of identifying a project,” Rapp said. The next day, Bowman gave a similar presentation to the Board of Supervisors. This one has more specifics about the developing budget. (watch the presentation)Supervisors were reminded that there is a significant “positive variance” from the FY21 budget of more than $13 million that can be used for one-time money.“We are proposing, not really for discussion today but this will come back on December 15, to invest some of the one-time fiscal year 21 funding into the economic development fund,” Bowman said. At their December 15 meeting, the Board will also be asked for direction on whether to explore tax relief programs. They’ll also be given a review of what additional revenue sources could be pursued in Richmond.The Board of Supervisors will have a work session on December 1 related to the way the FY23 budget will be developed. Another change this year is the December release of Albemarle’s property assessments for 2022. That will be presented to the Board of Supervisors on December 15, a month earlier than usual. See also: Albemarle may close FY21 with $13.2M in one-time money, November 9, 2021Unsolicited fact of the dayFinally today, sometimes there are pieces of information I come across during my reporting, or facts that people tell me that don’t quite make their way into a news story. These facts are not entirely random, but they may seem that way.First up, the commercial portions of the Stonefield development have paid a total of $841,955 in connection fees to the Albemarle County Service Authority for water and sewer between 2012 and 2020. That’s according to information provided to me by Gary O’Connell, the director of the ACSA. That figure does not include residential connections. Before anyone can connect to water and sewer in Albemarle, they have to pay a hefty connection fee. For instance, for one commercial unit on Bond Street to connect in 2021, they had to pay $14,280 for water and $13,505 for sewer. Both of these fees include a portion paid to the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority to cover the cost of capital projects to expand capacity. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

I Saw It On Linden Street
Bye Bye Braverman (1968)

I Saw It On Linden Street

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 75:20


Four Jewish intellectuals take a meandering road trip to pay their respects to a deceased friend on a crazy Sunday. Tune in as Chris talks Issac Rosenfeld, George Segal, & perceived anti-Semitism as the LSCE screens the Sidney Lumet dark cult comedy “Bye Bye Braverman.” Join us! Check us out at www.LSCEP.com Subscribe, Like, & Review. Follow Us on Twitter @LsceP & on Instagram @ lsce_podcast Works Cited: Champlin, Charles ( May 3, 1968). "'Bye Braverman' At Stanley-Warner". The Los Angeles Times.p. 74.– via Newspapers.com. https://www.newspapers.com/image/?clipping_id=87377113&fcfToken=eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJmcmVlLXZpZXctaWQiOjE2NDIwMzYyMiwiaWF0IjoxNjM3MjYzNDA1LCJleHAiOjE2MzczNDk4MDV9._K4Viy9BD7yPCd1HxSMMr354eIR360zMmteGWsZCc-Q (Accessed 11/17/21) HOGAN, RANDOLPH. “AT MODERN, LUMET'S LOVE AFFAIR WITH NEW YORK.” The New York Times. New York, N.Y: New York Times Company, December 31, 1981, Section C, Page 11, Late (East Coast) edition. https://www.nytimes.com/1981/12/31/movies/at-modern-lumet-s-love-affair-with-new-york.html?searchResultPosition=1 (Accessed 11/18/21) "King ruled suburban shtick". Variety. May 17, 2004 - May 23, 2004. https://advance.lexis.com/api/document?collection=news&id=urn:contentItem:4CDB-24S0-0006-718Y-00000-00&context=1516831 . (Accessed 11/16/21) Murf. 1968. Film review: Bye Bye Braverman. Variety(Archive: 1905-2000). Feb 07, https://www.proquest.com/magazines/film-review-bye-braverman/docview/963107547/se-2?accountid=11578 (accessed November 18, 2021). “New Movies: Bye Bye Braverman.” Time. (3/15/1968) https://web.archive.org/web/20101106001422/http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,838055,00.html(Accessed 11/18/21) Nixon, Rob. “Bye Bye Braverman.” (1968) - Turner Classic Movies. Turner Classic Movies, July 22, 2015. https://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/23007/bye-bye-braverman/#articles-reviews?articleId=1104938. Phillips, Michael. 2021. Emblems of another time [corrected 03/27/2021]: A wink from jessica walter and a smile from George Segal meant everything. Chicago Tribune, Mar 27, 2021. https://www.proquest.com/newspapers/emblems-another-time-corrected-03-27-2021/docview/2505632657/se-2?accountid=11578 (accessed November 18, 2021). Zipperstein, Steven J. “‘Commentary' and American Jewish Culture in the 1940s and 1950s.” Jewish social studies 3, no. 2 (1997): 18–28. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message

Providence College Podcast
The Demise of Local Newspapers and American Democracy

Providence College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 59:40


"Beyond Your News Feed: Understanding Contemporary Politics" is a podcast by the Department of Political Science. This episode of Beyond Your News Feed explores the fate of local news. Dr. Andrea McDonnell and Dr. Matt Guardino, both associate professors of political science, join host Dr. William Hudson, professor of political science, for a conversation about the dire straits of local newspapers and the impact on American democracy. McDonnell also serves as director of PC's new communications minor. Over the past couple of decades, local newspapers across the country have begun to disappear. Battered by huge revenue losses from declining advertising and circulation, newspaper owners have sought to reduce costs in a variety of ways, including selling newspaper buildings, outsourcing printing and other tasks, but mostly by firing reporters — depriving the paper of the very journalism that makes the paper valuable. This strategy, obviously, has meant newspapers that are thinner, with less news for their readers, and less able to monitor what is happening in the local community. The obvious result is even more declines in circulation and revenues. This decline in local news has affected every city in America and some of its most venerable, prize-winning papers such as the Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Baltimore Sun, and The Providence Journal. McDonnell and Guardino explain why local newspapers are in trouble, what effect this has on democracy and local citizens, and what might be done to restore vibrant local newspapers.

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips: ‘Being Blago' series presents a theme of marital suspense

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips joins John Williams to talk about “Being Blago,” a docu-series on the former Governor Rod Blagojevich. Stream it now on Hulu.

Unholy Gossip Girls
Take Off Your Bra & Die Comfortably

Unholy Gossip Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 26:00


Special guest Shirley tells KC and Faye about quicksand and the sad deaths of Everette Hodgins and Justice Carr. Sources: an article on Eagle Creek by Caila Ball-Dionne and an article on Chicago Tribune by Joseph Tybor. Get access to special ad-free bonus content on the 1st and the 15th of every month! https://anchor.fm/unholygossipgirls/subscribe Follow us on social media! http://Facebook.com/unholygossipgirls http://Twitter.com/girlsunholy https://www.instagram.com/unholygossipgirls Email us! Unholygossipgirls@gmail.com Check out our merch! https://teespring.com/stores/unholygossipgirlsmerch Leave us a voicemail! https://anchor.fm/unholygossipgirls Warning: content may be upsetting, triggering, and terrifying. Listen at your own risk. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unholygossipgirls/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unholygossipgirls/support

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune Reporter Stacy St. Clair: No Rittenhouse verdict yet, one news outlet out

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


Chicago Tribune Reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams to share more updates from Kenosha County Courthouse, where the judge warned media not to do as one freelance journalist did.

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair: A drone video comes into question at the Kenosha County Courthouse

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021


Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams on the second day of deliberations of the jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial. She updates him on the day’s focus.

CSO Audio Program Notes
CSO Program Notes: Lindberg, Lalo & Brahms 4

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 12:57


In his 2019 CSO subscription debut, Ray Chen “conjured the archetypal 19th-century virtuoso” and “combined vivid rhetoric with impeccable technique” (Chicago Tribune). Chen returns to present Lalo's salute to the vigorous and sultry dance rhythms of Spain. A new work by renowned Finnish composer Magnus Lindberg and Brahms' richly autumnal Fourth Symphony complete this program led by Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu. All ticketholders are invited to a free 30 minute Preconcert Conversation on Armour Stage and will start 75 minutes prior to the scheduled performance time. Learn more: cso.org/performances/21-22/cso-classical/lindberg-lalo-brahms-4

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair: 12 jurors now deliberating in the Kyle Rittenhouse case

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


Chicago Tribune Reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams to update him on the latest out of the Kenosha County Courthouse, where Kyle Rittenhouse himself pulled numbers for the six alternate jurors removed from deliberations.

Fit 2 Love Podcast with JJ Flizanes
Ep. 599: Undoctored with Dr. William Davis

Fit 2 Love Podcast with JJ Flizanes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 77:22


Registration is open for Inner Circle Mastermind 2022 with 7 spots left! http://jjsinnercirclemastermind.com   5 Reasons Money Holds You Back From Living Your Purpose- FREE webinar November 17th 5pm PT/8pm ET  http://jjflizanes.com/purpose   Dr. William Davis is author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, the book that turned the nutritional world by storm by challenging the conventional wisdom of “healthy whole grains,” exposing the changes introduced into modern wheat by geneticists responsible for an astounding range of adverse health effects. He is also author of the NY Times Bestsellers Wheat Belly Cookbook and Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or Less!) Cookbook, and Wheat Belly Total Health. Dr. Davis has discussed his views on major media including The Dr. Oz Show, Live! With Kelly, Fox TV, and CBS This Morning, and has been featured in Prevention magazine, First for Women magazine, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the New York Post, Woman's World magazine, Boing Boing, Huffington Post, and others. https://www.wheatbellyblog.com/   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book    

Spirit, Purpose & Energy
Ep. 321: Undoctored with Dr. William Davis

Spirit, Purpose & Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 77:29


Registration is open for Inner Circle Mastermind 2022 with 7 spots left! http://jjsinnercirclemastermind.com   5 Reasons Money Holds You Back From Living Your Purpose- FREE webinar November 17th 5pm PT/8pm ET  http://jjflizanes.com/purpose   Dr. William Davis is author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, the book that turned the nutritional world by storm by challenging the conventional wisdom of “healthy whole grains,” exposing the changes introduced into modern wheat by geneticists responsible for an astounding range of adverse health effects. He is also author of the NY Times Bestsellers Wheat Belly Cookbook and Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or Less!) Cookbook, and Wheat Belly Total Health. Dr. Davis has discussed his views on major media including The Dr. Oz Show, Live! With Kelly, Fox TV, and CBS This Morning, and has been featured in Prevention magazine, First for Women magazine, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the New York Post, Woman's World magazine, Boing Boing, Huffington Post, and others. https://www.wheatbellyblog.com/   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book    

Nutrition & Alternative Medicine
Ep. 220: Undoctored with Dr. William Davis

Nutrition & Alternative Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 77:38


Registration is open for Inner Circle Mastermind 2022 with 7 spots left! http://jjsinnercirclemastermind.com   5 Reasons Money Holds You Back From Living Your Purpose- FREE webinar November 17th 5pm PT/8pm ET  http://jjflizanes.com/purpose   Dr. William Davis is author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, the book that turned the nutritional world by storm by challenging the conventional wisdom of “healthy whole grains,” exposing the changes introduced into modern wheat by geneticists responsible for an astounding range of adverse health effects. He is also author of the NY Times Bestsellers Wheat Belly Cookbook and Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or Less!) Cookbook, and Wheat Belly Total Health. Dr. Davis has discussed his views on major media including The Dr. Oz Show, Live! With Kelly, Fox TV, and CBS This Morning, and has been featured in Prevention magazine, First for Women magazine, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the New York Post, Woman's World magazine, Boing Boing, Huffington Post, and others. https://www.wheatbellyblog.com/   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book    

Health & Wealth
Ep. 104: Undoctored with Dr. William Davis

Health & Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 77:29


Registration is open for Inner Circle Mastermind 2022 with 7 spots left! http://jjsinnercirclemastermind.com   5 Reasons Money Holds You Back From Living Your Purpose- FREE webinar November 17th 5pm PT/8pm ET  http://jjflizanes.com/purpose   Dr. William Davis is author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, the book that turned the nutritional world by storm by challenging the conventional wisdom of “healthy whole grains,” exposing the changes introduced into modern wheat by geneticists responsible for an astounding range of adverse health effects. He is also author of the NY Times Bestsellers Wheat Belly Cookbook and Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or Less!) Cookbook, and Wheat Belly Total Health. Dr. Davis has discussed his views on major media including The Dr. Oz Show, Live! With Kelly, Fox TV, and CBS This Morning, and has been featured in Prevention magazine, First for Women magazine, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the New York Post, Woman's World magazine, Boing Boing, Huffington Post, and others. https://www.wheatbellyblog.com/   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book    

Women, Men & Relationships
Ep. 296: Undoctored with Dr. William Davis

Women, Men & Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 77:33


Registration is open for Inner Circle Mastermind 2022 with 7 spots left! http://jjsinnercirclemastermind.com   5 Reasons Money Holds You Back From Living Your Purpose- FREE webinar November 17th 5pm PT/8pm ET  http://jjflizanes.com/purpose   Dr. William Davis is author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, the book that turned the nutritional world by storm by challenging the conventional wisdom of “healthy whole grains,” exposing the changes introduced into modern wheat by geneticists responsible for an astounding range of adverse health effects. He is also author of the NY Times Bestsellers Wheat Belly Cookbook and Wheat Belly 30-Minute (or Less!) Cookbook, and Wheat Belly Total Health. Dr. Davis has discussed his views on major media including The Dr. Oz Show, Live! With Kelly, Fox TV, and CBS This Morning, and has been featured in Prevention magazine, First for Women magazine, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the New York Post, Woman's World magazine, Boing Boing, Huffington Post, and others. https://www.wheatbellyblog.com/   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book    

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for November 16, 2021 is: facetious • fuh-SEE-shuss • adjective Facetious means "joking often inappropriately" or "meant to be humorous or funny." It usually describes something said or done as being annoying, silly, or improper. // I was just being facetious. See the entry > Examples: "Forget the license to kill. James Bond fanatics carry a license to argue about everything. Who's the best Bond? Well, Connery. Obviously. But Daniel Craig's a close second, many believe. And the other screen Bonds have their admirers, despite the lesser movies' unevenness or facetious gadgetry." — Michael Phillips, The Chicago Tribune, 8 Oct. 2021 Did you know? Facetious—which puzzle fans know is one of the few English words containing the vowels "a, e, i, o, u" in order—comes from French facetieux, which traces to the Latin word facētia, meaning "cleverness or wit." In English, facetiae refers to "witty or humorous writings or sayings."

Sports Talk Chicago
Bulls Start Strong, Dan Wiederer Interview (Sports Talk Chicago / WCKG 11-20-21)

Sports Talk Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 45:08


On today's show, host Jon Zaghloul examines the Bulls’ strong 9-4 start to the NBA season, and explains why expectations should be heightened. Jon also catches up with Dan Wiederer, Bears Beat Writer at the Chicago Tribune (17:45)! They discuss the Bears’ performance thus far, and evaluate Justin Fields’ progression […]

Futility Closet
363-The Lambeth Poisoner

Futility Closet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 33:34


In 1891, a mysterious figure appeared on the streets of London, dispensing pills to poor young women who then died in agony. Suspicion came to center on a Scottish-Canadian doctor with a dark past in North America. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the career of the Lambeth Poisoner, whose victims remain uncounted. We'll also consider a Hungarian Jules Verne and puzzle over an ambiguous sentence. Intro: How can an investor responsibly divest herself of stock in a company that she feels has acted immorally? Lightning can vitrify sand into rootlike tubes. Sources for our feature on Thomas Neill Cream: Dean Jobb, The Case of the Murderous Dr. Cream: The Hunt for a Victorian Era Serial Killer, 2021. Lee Mellor, Cold North Killers: Canadian Serial Murder, 2012. Joshua A. Perper and Stephen J. Cina, When Doctors Kill: Who, Why, and How, 2010. John H. Trestrail III, Criminal Poisoning: Investigational Guide for Law Enforcement, Toxicologists, Forensic Scientists, and Attorneys, 2007. Angus McLaren, A Prescription for Murder: The Victorian Serial Killings of Dr. Thomas Neill Cream, 1995. Paula J. Reiter, "Doctors, Detectives, and the Professional Ideal: The Trial of Thomas Neill Cream and the Mastery of Sherlock Holmes," College Literature 35:3 (Summer 2008), 57-95. Ian A. Burney, "A Poisoning of No Substance: The Trials of Medico-Legal Proof in Mid-Victorian England," Journal of British Studies 38:1 (January 1999), 59-92. Penelope Johnston, "The Murderous Ways of Dr Thomas Neill Cream," Medical Post 33:38 (Nov. 11, 1997), 47. Carolyn A. Conley, "A Prescription for Murder: The Victorian Serial Killings of Dr. Thomas Neill Cream by Angus McLaren," American Historical Review 99:3 (June 1994), 899-900. Philippa Levin, "Modern Britain -- A Prescription for Murder: The Victorian Serial Killings of Dr. Thomas Neill Cream by Angus McLaren," Canadian Journal of History 28:3 (December 1993), 595-597. E.H. Bensley, "McGill University's Most Infamous Medical Graduate," Canadian Medical Association Journal 109:10 (1973), 1024. "A Crazy Poisoner," British Medical Journal 1:3302 (April 12, 1924), 670. Michael Dirda, "A True-Crime Columnist Turns His Attention to Victorian-Era Serial Killer Thomas Neill Cream," Washington Post, Aug. 11, 2021. Evan F. Moore, "New Book Details Canadian Serial Killer's Murderous Legacy in Chicago and Beyond," Chicago Sun-Times, Aug. 10, 2021. Rick Kogan, "Story of Serial Killer Dr. Thomas Neill Cream Takes You on a Grand, Gruesome, Historical Journey, With His Time in Chicago," Chicago Tribune, July 22, 2021. W.M. Akers, "Getting Away With Murder, Literally," New York Times, July 13, 2021. "When Canada's 'Jack the Ripper' Serial Killer Struck in Ontario," Toronto Star, May 29, 2021. Marc Horne, "Doctor Who Had a Taste for Poison," Scotland on Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008. Jill Foran, "The Evil Deeds of Dr. Cream," The [Winnipeg] Beaver 86:4 (August/September 2006), 16-22. "Coincidences Point the Finger at Cream as the Ripper," [Regina, Saskatchewan] Leader-Post, May 5, 1979. "The Violent and Sadistic Dr. Cream," [Regina, Saskatchewan] Leader-Post, April 28, 1979. "Poisoner Trailed Over Three Countries," Knoxville [Tenn.] Journal, Feb. 2, 1947. Ruth Reynolds, "When Justice Triumphed," [New York] Daily News, Feb. 2, 1947. "His Last Letter," Waterloo [N.Y.] Advertiser, Dec. 9, 1892. "Cream's Joke," Arizona Republican, Nov. 30, 1892. "Execution of Neill," [Cardiff] Western Mail, Nov. 16, 1892. "Cream's Two Manias," Waterbury [Conn.] Evening Democrat, Nov. 16, 1892. "Execution of Neill, the Poisoner," Yorkshire Herald and the York Herald, Nov. 16, 1892. "A Demon Strangled," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Nov. 15, 1892. "Cream's Many Crimes," Boston Globe, Nov. 15, 1892. "Neill Cream Hanged," [Wilmington, Del.] Evening Journal, Nov. 15, 1892. "Neill Will Hang," [Brockway Centre, Mich.] Weekly Expositor, Oct. 28, 1892. "Neill Cream On Trial," [Wilmington, Del.] Evening Journal, Oct. 17, 1892. "On the Grave's Brink," [Wilmington, Del.] Evening Journal, Aug. 9, 1892. "The South London Poisoning Cases," Berrow's Worcester Journal, July 2, 1892. "The Mysterious Poisoning of Girls," Reynolds's Newspaper, June 26, 1892. "Lambeth Poisoning Cases," Daily News, June 25, 1892. "Poisoning Mysteries," Lloyd's Illustrated Newspaper, June 19, 1892. Edward Butts, "Thomas Neill Cream," Canadian Encyclopedia, 2019. Listener mail: "Visit Norfolk Area Nebraska" (accessed Nov. 6, 2021). "Norfolk, Nebraska, United States," Encyclopaedia Britannica (accessed Nov. 6, 2021). City of Norfolk, Nebraska (accessed Nov. 6, 2021). Aaron Calvin, "17 Words Only a True Iowan Knows How to Pronounce," Des Moines Register, Sept. 16, 2021. "How to Pronounce Vaillant," Forvo (accessed Nov. 4, 2021). This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Peter Quinn. You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at podcast@futilitycloset.com. Thanks for listening!

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Reform for Illinois: Political conversations shouldn't be left to billionaires

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021


Reform for Illinois Executive Director Alisa Kaplan joins John Williams to explain why she doesn’t think billionaires should involve themselves in politics. That’s contrary to the perspective of the Better Government Association, as published in Chicago Tribune.

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair: The judge has naively said he wants this case to restore Americans' faith in the justice system

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021


Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams to review a strange day in the Kenosha County Courthouse, on which Kyle Rittenhouse testified.

Apple News Today
How police officers punish their own

Apple News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 10:40


There was emotion and tension in the courtroom as Kyle Rittenhouse testified at his homicide trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The Chicago Tribune has the story. Victims of Flint’s water crisis have been awarded a $626 million settlement, one of the largest in Michigan’s history. The Washington Post reports. Police culture incentivizes cops to keep quiet about bad behavior by their colleagues. A USA Today investigation finds that officers who speak up often face retaliation from inside the force. The Wall Street Journal explains why the New York Mets are struggling to find a general manager.Victims of Flint, Michigan’s water crisis have been awarded a major settlement. The Washington Post reports that a judge has approved more than $600 million, one of the largest in the state’s history. Police culture incentivizes cops to keep quiet about bad behavior by their colleagues. A USA Today investigation finds that officers who speak up often face retaliation from inside the force. The Wall Street Journal explains why the New York Mets are struggling to find a general manager.

The Mincing Rascals
The Mincing Rascals 11.10.21: Kyle Rittenhouse's testimony, Adam Kinzinger's decision not to run for re-election, and Aaron Rodgers

The Mincing Rascals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021


The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of the Picayune Sentinel, Jon Hansen of Block Club Chicago, Brandon Pope of WCIU and Lisa Donovan of Chicago Tribune. Listen in as the Rascals discuss the ongoing testimony of Kyle Rittenhouse. They go on to discuss Congressman Adam Kinzinger after his announcement not […]

City Cast Chicago
Here's What We Know A Week into the Rittenhouse Trial

City Cast Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 14:06


The prosecution rested Tuesday in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. The Antioch resident was 17 when he shot and killed two men and injured another last year in Kenosha, Wisconsin, amid demonstrations following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Chicago Tribune's Stacy St. Clair is in Kenosha following the trial. She lays out what's happened during this first week, what the defense is expected to present, and why Chicago is watching closely. Guest: Stacy St. Clair — Reporter, Chicago Tribune Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm

Chicago Sports Talk with The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Lightning Round - PTI-style" with Shea Kinander - Episode 064

Chicago Sports Talk with The Sportscaster and Her Son

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 36:01


As Chicago sports goes dormant a myriad of topics pop up. Jason and Peggy do a rapid fire episode with a host of topics to debate. Aaron Rodgers misinforming the media and public about his Covid-19 immunization, the Chicago blackhawks fall from grace, Scottie Pippen's "Last chance" to get back at Michael Jordan in a new book, the White Sox and Cubs in free agency and Chicago Radio's toxic culture per a recent newspaper story. Peggy knows firsthand what it was like covering Scottie Pippen, the Blackhawks during their three Stanley Cup runs in the early 2010s and as a longtime radio host speaks openly about the Chicago Tribune's report that the Windy city's radio waves are toxic for women. Jason on the other hand is all knowing when it comes to baseball free agency and the why's and why nots, The Who will stay and who will go for each side of town. And both hosts talk about the CHICAGO BEARS inaction at the trade deadline. This fun episode is moderated by special guest Shea Kinander -- Jason's twin brother and college student at Cornell University. Enjoy the show!

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune Reporter Stacy St. Clair: Surviving Rittenhouse victim feared for defendant's life

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Chicago Tribune Reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams from Kenosha County Courthouse to update him as she heads into day seven of the homicide trial. She explains how yesterday’s witness might have benefited, but also harmed the defense.

Simply Financial with Christopher Calandra
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) & How They Fit Into A Tax Efficient Retirement Income Plan

Simply Financial with Christopher Calandra

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 29:16


Rate & review the Simply Financial Podcast on ITunesSpecial Guest: David Harris, Vice President, Nationwide Retirement Institute, Insights & Solutions Field TeamDavid W. Harris joined Nationwide in 1997. As a Vice President for the Nationwide Retirement Institute, Dave is dedicated to educating financial professionals, clients, plan sponsors and plan participants about the latest in retirement income solutions. He stimulates the thinking and actions of professionals as they navigate the changing world of retirement.Dave annually addresses thousands of financial professionals and participants, and his sessions are carefully customized to meet the needs of each group. Dave's polished style, engaging message and proven ability as a business professional assure top-notch engagement. Dave is a graduate of The Ohio State University, where he majored in Finance. Dave is FINRA Series 26 and 6 licensed and Ohio life and health licensed. His experience includes strategies for retirement income planning, long-term care, Social Security benefits, and Medicare and Medicaid coverages.Throughout his career, he has enjoyed being one of the founding members of the Nationwide Retirement Institute. He has been interviewed by and quoted in the Chicago Tribune and interviewed on Financial Talk Radio about health care costs in retirement. Dave has been ranked a top speaker at national meetings, and he qualified for Nationwide's Sales Rewards Trip each of the six years he was eligible.Dave Harris's Full BioVisit https://www.nationwide.com/

Past Present
Episode 300: The NYC Marathon and the History of Long-Distance Racing

Past Present

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 42:42


In this episode, Neil, Natalia, and Niki discuss the return of the New York City Marathon and the history of long-distance racing. Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show:  The fiftieth New York City Marathon was canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus, but the race has returned this year. Natalia referred to historian Dylan Gottlieb's Public Seminar article about the origins of the race and to runner Kathrine Switzer's memoir, Marathon Woman.   In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: Natalia shared the latest episode of Vox Media's Nice Try podcast, on which she contributes to a discussion of the history of the weight as a fitness accessory. Neil discussed the 2006 Chicago Tribune article, “Sushi and Rev. Moon.” Niki recommended a new podcast, Unclear and Present Danger, from Jamelle Bouie and John Ganz.

Gossipnista: A New York City Podcast
Between the Lines of NYC with Uli Beutter Cohen (Subway Book Review)

Gossipnista: A New York City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 59:20


She's the queen of the underground, and is giving back to the city and New Yorkers through sharing their stories one book at a time. Uli Beutter Cohen is a New York City–based documentarian, artist, and the creator of Subway Book Review.For 7+ years and counting, Uli has ridden every subway line through New York City to observe, interview, and photograph some of its most imaginative people: the readers of books. Encapsulating what type of books define the minds of New Yorkers, she has now written her very first book, Between the Lines: Stories from the Underground—a collection of conversations that beautifully illuminate who we are and where we are going. Uli has spoken to over 1,000 people in her journey and shares some of her favorite encounters with everyday people and icons alike, including Jamel Shabazz, Lynn Yaeger, New York Nico, Devon Rodriguez, and many others. In our interview we not only talk Between the Lines, of course, but dive deep into what Uli believes is the defining make up of a contributing New Yorker who not only takes what the city gives, but also gives back; how to make it in the city and find oneself; as well as the ups and downs that led to her success, and the outrageous things people have said to her. She'll share the magic of New York City neighborhoods and how building a community is essential in the city.Her fun, magnetic, and relatable journey will leave you hanging on every last word. Enjoy the interview and check out the book! ------You can get your very own copy, tomorrow, November 9th! Between the Lines “arrives like manna from heaven” (Esquire), features “delightful encounters with passionate readers” (Kirkus), is “an addicting smile of a compendium” (Chicago Tribune), and shines as an “underground wonder” (Publisher's Weekly). Order your copy everywhere books are sold today.For more information follow @subwaybookreview, @theubc and visit  www.subwaybookreview.co-> pre-order link: HERESupport the show (http://www.gossipnista.com)

The Avid Reader Show
Episode 634: Lily King - Five Tuesdays In Winter

The Avid Reader Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:41


Lily King, one of the most "brilliant" (New York Times Book Review), "wildly talented" (Chicago Tribune), and treasured authors of contemporary fiction, returns after her recent bestselling novels with Five Tuesdays in Winter, her first book of short fiction. Told in the intimate voices of complex, endearing characters, Five Tuesdays in Winter intriguingly subverts expectations as it explores desire, loss, jolting violence, and the inexorable tug toward love at all costs. A reclusive bookseller begins to feel the discomfort of love again. Two college roommates have a devastating middle-aged reunion. A proud old man rages powerlessly in his granddaughter's hospital room. A writer receives a visit from all the men who have tried to suppress her voice. Romantic, hopeful, brutally raw, and unsparingly honest, this wide-ranging collection of ten selected stories by one of our most accomplished chroniclers of the human heart is an exciting addition to Lily King's oeuvre of acclaimed fiction.

The Arts Section
The Arts Section 11/07/21: FOR THE LEFT HAND Doc, Chicago Dining Secrets + B.B. King Book

The Arts Section

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021


On this edition of The Arts Section, host Gary Zidek catches up with former Chicago Tribune music critic Howard Reich to talk about a new documentary that he wrote and co-produced. FOR THE LEFT HAND is winning over audiences at film festivals all over the country. Dueling Critic Jonathan Abarbanel stops by to talk about Artistic Home's new production of EURYDICE. Later, Gary talks to the author of a new comprehensive biography of Blues legend B.B. King. And Gary checks in with Chicago magazine dining editor Amy Cavanaugh to get the inside scoop on some local dining secrets.

The Dialogue by Wirepoints
Episode 9: Wirepoints welcomes former Tribune editor Kristen McQueary

The Dialogue by Wirepoints

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 53:00


Mark and Ted sit down with former Chicago Tribune editorial page editor Kristen McQueary to talk about the state of journalism in Illinois.

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair on Rittenhouse trial day 5

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair joins John Williams from Kenosha County Courthouse, where two jurors have now been removed, and the arguments the prosecution are making today.

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood
EP 144: Blow Your House Down - A Story of Family, Feminism, and Treason with Gina Frangello

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 55:29


In this episode, Kimberly and Gina discuss Gina's latest book, a memoir titled Blow Your House Down. Gina shares the emotions she experienced while writing a book that explores her experiences of caregiving to her parents, becoming a mother to three children, having an extra-marital affair, surviving breast cancer, and more. In this conversation, Kimberly and Gina unpack how these common stories are unfavorably received in society but also how our painful stories offer a sense of community and understanding. They also discuss various common experiences of women that are culturally taboo such as anger, eroticism, illness, and affairs and the importance of sharing our stories.   Bio Gina Frangello recently released her first memoir Burn Your House Down: A Story of Family, Feminism and Treason to critical acclaim after years of fiction- Every Kind of Wanting, A Life in Men, Slut Lullabies, and My Sister's Continent-- short fiction, essays, book reviews, and journalism have been published in Ploughshares, The Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, HuffPost, Fence, Five Chapters, Prairie Schooner, Chicago Reader, and many other publications. She recently founded Circe Consulting, teaches editing and writing, and lives with her family in the Chicago area.   What She Shares: --Divorce, death of parents, cancer diagnosis, extra-marital affair --Writing as both re-traumatizing and healing --Women's anger as culturally taboo  --Themes of marriage, motherhood, caretaking, and illness --Stories of eroticism for all women not just young    What You'll Hear: --Describes “The Story of A” --Leaving marriage, father died, diagnosed with breast cancer, having an extra-marital affair --Discusses different literary techniques used to tell life's story --Describes giving herself permission to be vulnerable in memoir --Complexity of being both victim and having agency --Author's choice of only including family members as stories intersect with hers --Discusses experience of writing about hardest moments in her life --Trained as a therapist --Experienced catharsis and emotional impact after readers' feedback about memoir --The “I” as a lens that opens out to more than just writer's story --Book as hybrid of memoir and cultural criticism --Historical look at condition of women in a larger sense --Motherhood and sexuality --Women demonized for anger throughout history --Focus on full range of emotions (anger, fear, compassion, love, desire, etc.) --Anger as a viable emotion part of human experience --Anger overly normalized in men and overly demonized in women --Moving beyond reductive casualties or binaries of good/bad --Reality is more complicated than cultural systems accept --Our choices are often driven by more than just good/bad and are complex --Discusses experience in affair, divorce, and marrying again --Describes story wouldn't have been different if she did not marry man who had an affair with --Pushes back against critiques of story as reinforcing heteronormative marraige norms, redemption after an affair --Resists a “clean reduction of a woman” amidst messiness of life --Different possible outcomes at different stages of her story --Resists fairytale-esque assumptions about her life --Discusses care-taking of mentally ill parent, being a partner to someone with mental health issues, growing up in poverty and around violence, a woman's experience with medical industrial complex --Overlaps of being a woman, mother, wife, lover, daughter, friend, etc. --Explosion of acceptability of writing sexuality by younger women in literary world --Older women not as acceptable to discuss sexuality or bodies of women who are mothers --Importance of including eroticism of older women, disabled women, mothers, etc. --Fetishization of younger women's sexuality and consequences Resources Website: https://www.ginafrangello.org/ www.circeconsulting.net IG: @ginafrangello

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Former Chicago Tribune columnist Eric Zorn: ‘The easiest job in the world is raising other people's kids'

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021


WGN Radio’s John Williams is joined with the author of The Picayune Sentinel and Mincing Rascal extraordinaire Eric Zorn to discuss something he had written pertaining to the statement the CEO of McDonald’s wrote in a private text to Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. Then, John continued the conversation by taking calls from WGN Radio listeners […]

UnPresidented: Creating change that empowers the Resistance

In today's show, Cliff and I are joined by Chicago Tribune humor columnist Rex Huppke, to discuss what happened in Tuesday's elections in Virginia and New Jersey, why Democrats did so badly, and what can be done to fix it. You might not be surprised to hear that both Cliff and I think the Democrats, yet again, failed at messaging.This is one of our premium episodes. You can listen to a free excerpt here, and then, if the spirit moves you, head on over to Patreon and become a patron. Thanks so much.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan
The Kindest Lie: Brave Conversations on Race with Nancy Johnson

Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 48:42


Dr. Dan and journalist/author Nancy Johnson have an important, must-listen-to conversation about race, President Obama, Black Lives Matter, family, friendship, motherhood, The Kindest Lie, and much more on this new episode. A native of Chicago's South Side and the only child of parents who met during the civil rights movement, Nancy Johnson writes at the intersection of race and class. She worked for more than a decade as an Emmy-nominated, award-winning television journalist at CBS and ABC affiliates nationwide. Her debut novel The Kindest Lie (named one of the most anticipated books of 2021 by the Chicago Tribune,Newsweek, Oprah Magazine, Shondaland, Parade) tackles essential and timely issues including "The Talk" that Black parents have with their children, expectations for success when growing up Black, when do children begin to understand the concept of race, is racism a learned behavior, and what inspired Nancy to write this book (plus what she hopes readers will gain from reading it). A graduate of Northwestern University and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Nancy lives in downtown Chicago and manages brand communications for a large health care nonprofit. For more information about Nancy and her novel visit her author website www.nancyjohnson.net . Email your parenting questions to Dr. Dan podcast@drdanpeters.com (we might answer on a future episode) Follow us @parentfootprintpodcast (Instagram, Facebook) and @drdanpeters (Twitter) Listen, subscribe, rate, review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you like to listen For more information  www.exactlyrightmedia.com  www.drdanpeters.com For podcast merch www.exactlyrightmedia.com/parent-footprint-shop See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Puck Podcast
Puck Podcast - November 2, 2021

Puck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 134:42


On this week's show in the first period we check in on every team in the NHL to see how they did over the last week. We are now in November and we have one team that hasn't lost and one team that hasn't won yet. In the second period we will be joined by Phil Thompson of the Chicago Tribune to talk about the tough season for far on and off the ice for the Blackhawks. In the third period we read your e-mails. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Parenting with Impact
Ep 022 Kids' Mental Health in the Pandemic: A Perfect Storm

Parenting with Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 26:37


Parenting With Impact with Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster  Episode 022 Kids' Mental Health in the Pandemic: A Perfect Storm with Gene Carroccia, Psy.D Gene Carroccia, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and author who has extensive experience working with individuals with ADHD, as well as other conditions, including psychological trauma and maltreatment. For over twenty years, he has evaluated and treat-ed hundreds of children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD. Dr. Carroccia works at a large not-for-profit health care system as a vice president of behavioral health care services. Previously, for many years, he supervised doctoral psychology interns and was the director of training of an accredited doctoral clinical psychology internship program. Dr. Carroccia is the author of two ADHDology books, Treating ADHD/ADD in Children and Adolescents: Solutions for Parents and Clinicians and Evaluating ADHD in Children and Adolescents: A Comprehensive Diagnostic Screening System. He was also the editor of the clinical workbook Treating Sexual Abuse and Trauma with Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities, published by Charles C. Thomas. He resides in the suburbs of Chicago with his wife and two sons. ADHDology: Assess. Address. Success. Dr. Carroccia's expertise has been recognized across the Chicago area. He has been interviewed several times for articles in the Chicago Tribune and appeared on a television segment of NBC Channel 5 News Chicago, Health Watch. Listen to this inspiring Parenting With Impact episode with Gene Carroccia, Psy.D. about childhood and adolescent mental health in the midst of the pandemic and the importance of taking the right steps to find the right providers in getting a diagnosis and support for your complex kids. Here is what to expect on this week's show: Mental health in adolescents has been on a decline with a sharp increase since 2020 Where to start when your complex kid likely has a combination of 1 or more of 100 complexities that make their needs entirely unique Learn about the 5 steps you should take when diagnosing and finding support and treatment for your ADHD kid Connect with Gene: Links Mentioned: https://adhdology.com/ https://adhdology.com/the-adhdology-evaluation-approach/   Guest Contact Info: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/gene.carroccia.1 @gene.carroccia Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adhdology/?hl=en @adhdology YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmqtkdcEFdxJDanEK-bHjFQ Gene Recommends this Washington Post Article TREATING ADHD/ADD IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS is the comprehensive guide that teaches parents, clinicians, and educators to better understand and positively transform ADHD challenges at home and school. Recommended Treatment for Children and Teens with ADHD Tip-Sheet So -- your child has ADHD. Want to get past the confusion and the stigma really fast? This FREE Guide explains, in the simplest terms possible:  What is recommended treatment for children and teens  Ten things to consider when trying to make a decision about medication  Exactly what to look for in a behavior therapy training program. Short, sweet, and to the point -- don't spend hours on the internet scouring.  ImpactParents gives you exactly what you need to know without wasting any time or effort. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Taxgirl
69: Winners of Student Tax Writing Contest Hint at the Bright Future of Finance

Taxgirl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 22:53


In April, Kelly announced the first Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Insights student writing competition. The contest sought to highlight the very best of student writing. A panel of judges from the Bloomberg Tax team scored and reviewed every entry, and the winners from schools around the globe represent the best young talent in the tax profession. The best and brightest young tax students submitted topical writing to Bloomberg Tax earlier this year. Today, Kelly speaks with two of the winners about their tax writing and commentary.On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by two student winners of the 2021 Bloomberg Tax writing competition: Elliot Bramham and Travis Nix. Elliot is a student at the University of East Anglia. Travis is a student of tax law at Georgetown Law. His tax commentary has been featured in Tax Notes, Fox News, National Review, and the Chicago Tribune.  Listen to Kelly, Travis, and Elliot talk about their tax writing:Why did Elliot enter the Bloomberg Tax writing competition, and what about it was interesting and exciting to him?  The idea of citizen-based taxation, the topic of Elliot's writing piece, is highly controversial in the US. He also touches on the subject of FBARs. What drew Elliot to writing about such nuanced tax topics?  Elliot says many institutions have been known to close accounts of American expats with capital still in the accounts. He tells Kelly he would be surprised if she could still easily file for an FBAR today as opposed to when she was a student studying abroad in England.  What are Elliot's favorite aspects of studying tax? He says he's most fascinated by international tax between countries, especially bilateral treaties that were established years ago but are now made more complicated by the introduction of new tech and financial products in the industry. Has Elliot been following the OECD, and what are his thoughts on any potential resolution? He says it's probably too early to tell about whether an agreement will be reached, but that there are so many international conversations taking place as a result.  Europe has widespread real time reporting, while the US decidedly does not. What are Elliot's thoughts about the differences, and might it be easier to reach an agreeable conclusion if the US practiced real time reporting? What does Elliot think he wants to do after school in the field? He shares he is most interested in financial planning, and is excited to head further into the profession when he's finished with school.  What inspired Travis to enter the tax writing competition? He says he highly respects Bloomberg Tax as a publication and was excited to share his commentary with such a distinguished outlet.  Travis's piece was very well received and featured a discussion about the gig economy. What sparked his interest in writing a gig economy piece from a tax lens?  Kelly says she feels it's often understated how big the gig economy really is in the US. Travis agrees that so many people are gig workers in some way, whether part time or full time. But many gig workers aren't fully aware of the reporting requirements for their circumstances. What are Travis's thoughts for increasing compliance for the gig economy, as well as making reporting easier for gig workers?  After one of Travis's tax articles, Uber reached out to contact him and ended up distributing a form to its delivery drivers to better inform them about their reporting options and expectations. Regarding a standard business deduction, what are Travis's high-level thoughts for rolling out an ideal solution across the board, while keeping in mind that the gig economy is full of nuance? Is corporate tax the most exciting part of the profession for Travis? From policy, to planning, to compliance, what area of tax does he hope to dive into after finishing his studies? More about Kelly: Kelly is the creator and host of the Taxgirl

I Saw It On Linden Street
Groundhog Day (1993)

I Saw It On Linden Street

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 77:15


An acerbic weatherman finds himself trapped living the same day over and over again until he can find personal enlightenment. Tune in as Chris talks Bedroom Communities, Ameliorating Suffering, and personal rifts as the LSCE screens the 1993 comedy classic “Groundhog Day.” Join us! Check us out at www.LSCEP.com Subscribe, Like, & Review. Follow Us on Twitter @LsceP & on Instagram @ lsce_podcast Did you know we are on Amazon Music Now? I KNOW! Awesome, right? Works Cited: Acuna, Kristen. “Why Michael Keaton Turned Down the Chance to Star in ‘Groundhog Day' and ‘Lost.'” Business Insider. Oct 14, 2014. Accessed October 24, 2021. https://web.archive.org/web/20200507203849/https://www.businessinsider.com/michael-keaton-turned-down-caddyshack-lost-2014-10?r=US&IR=T https://www.almanac.com/weather/history/IL/Crystal%20Lake/1992-03-16 Boon, Brian. “How Harold Ramis and Bill Murray Ended Their Feud and Other Things We Learned in This Memoir. Vulture. June 5th, 2018. Accessed October 25, 2021. https://www.vulture.com/2018/06/how-harold-ramis-and-bill-murray-ended-their-feud.html Ebert, Roger. Groundhog Day. Chicago Sun Times. February 12th, 1993. Accessed October 25, 2021. https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/groundhog-day-1993 “Groundhog Day (1993): No Time Like the Present.” In The Fantasy Film, 92–103. Oxford, UK: Wiley‐Blackwell, 2010. Gleiberman, Owen. Groundhog Day. Entertainment Weekly. February 12th, 1993. Accessed October 27th, 2021. https://archive.today/20200429205253/https://ew.com/article/1993/02/12/groundhog-day-3/ Glausser, Wayne. “Groundhog Day at 25: Conflict and Inspiration at the Tipping Point of Seasonal Genres.” The journal of religion and film 23, no. 1 (2019): 0_1–21. Masling, Janet. Groundhog Day. The New York Times. February 12th, 1993. Accessed October 25th, 2021. https://www.nytimes.com/1993/02/12/movies/review-film-bill-murray-battles-pittsburgh-time-warp.html Metz, Nina. “‘Groundhog Day' Producer Revisits a Classic: Trevor Albert Details Some Challenges in Making 1993 Comedy.” Chicago Tribune (1963). Chicago, Ill: Tribune Interactive, LLC, 2016. 2/9/2016 Accessed: https://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/ct-groundhog-day-trevor-albert-ent-0210-20160209-column.html THR Staff. “Happy Groundhog Day: Here's 5 Things You Didn't Know About the Movie.” The Hollywood Reporter. February 2, 2015. Accessed Oct 26, 2021. Tobolowsky, Stephen. The Dangerous Animals Club. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2012. Pg. 253. Welk, Brian. “ ‘Groundhog Day': How a Gypsy Curse Almost Ruined the Movie.” The Wrap. February 1st, 2020. Accessed October 25, 2021. https://web.archive.org/web/20200411050431/https://www.thewrap.com/groundhog-day-25-gypsy-curse/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lsce/message

The Mincing Rascals
The Mincing Rascals 10.27.21: Stan Bowman resigns as GM of the Chicago Blackhawks, the Kyle Rittenhouse trial is coming up, and remaps empowering citizens not the powerful

The Mincing Rascals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021


The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of the Picayune Sentinel, and Lisa Donovan of Chicago Tribune. The Rascals begin the discussion by breaking down the investigation surrounding the Chicago Blackhawks and the sexual assaults that happened in 2010. Then, the Rascals preview what they expect to happen during the Kyle […]

The Bulwark Podcast
McKay Coppins: Our Democracy Needs Busy, Bustling Newsrooms

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 48:07


Increasing polarization, misinformation, and the erosion of public trust can be traced to the death of newspapers. Why is a secretive hedge fund hollowing out local newsrooms? The Atlantic's McKay Coppins joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: McKay Coppins.