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Best West Loop podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best West Loop podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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Streaming live from the Sun-Times studio in the West Loop and presented by the Chicago Reader and Chicago Sun-Times is long-running political powerhouse The Ben Joravsky Show. Hear Ben discuss all of the day’s big stories with his celebrated humor, insight and honesty. Tune in to LIVE episodes streaming Tuesdays through Fridays from 1-3 p.m. at the Reader and Sun-Times' websites, or catch up with recorded episodes anytime.
The happenings at Cityview Presbyterian Church in Chicago's West Loop.
2nd Story is dedicated to creating and crafting story-sharing experiences that foster meaningful connections between individuals and communities. We believe that well-crafted, well-told stories can be a catalyst for change for artist and audience alike. We believe that stories are what bind us to each other. We want to live in a world driven by empathy. We host events in and around Chicago that elevate the storyteller’s words to deliver a unique, live, literary/theatrical experience unlike a ...
Mountain Stage Podcast
A show about movies, travel, fantasy, TV, faith, sci-fi and minimalism.
Open Show focuses on locally organized events that create a powerful feedback loop between the public, partner organizations and creators (photographers, filmmakers and multimedia producers) both in global nor domestic spheres as well as in Bandung, Indonesia.
Political Scientist David Faris talks about the presidential race, Republican strategies and his new book—The Kids Are All Left.
Tribune columnist Eric Zorn weighs in on police, Darren Bailey, Amy Jacobson and Joey B.
In this week's story, teller Rebecca Anderson shares how her love of singing has grown, been shaken, and come back stronger than ever throughout her life. If you'd like to hear Rebecca sing, you can find her at Chicago churches Bethany and Gilead.By 2nd Story
Ben riffs on the different challenges Mayor Lightfoot And Governor Pritzker face. Plus, updates on MAGA hat resisters. And Rummana riffs on journalists, religion, hairdressers and a whole bunch of other things.
Ben tried to find something good to say about Republicans. And Rose Colacio talks about the fight to pass vote-by-mail legislation.
Long time broadcaster Tom Shaer, who covered Jordan’s career from start to finish, joins Ben for the deep/geek dive on all things Bulls.
Ben riffs on the heavyweight showdown between Michael “Mad Dog” Madigan and Darren “Big Boy” Bailey. Also, Mayor Lightfoot & the lakefront. And Bob Daiber weighs in from downstate Madison County.
Podcast host Marc Sims returns to discuss being broke during the pandemic, white people and the need to beat Trump.
Ben poses the question: Are MAGA hat wearers standing up for heartfelt principles or are they playing political games? Maya returns to talk crime & punishment.
This encore episode was recorded on August 21, 2011 in Bristol, TN/VA. Performers include Vince Gill, Red Molly, David Mayfield Parade, Jim Lauderdale, John LillySupport is provided by Adventures on the Gorge. https://adventuresonthegorge.com/By West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Political strategists and activists Laurie Glenn and Juanita Irizarry return to compare and contrast the Republican and Democratic responses to the pandemic. Also, their review of Mayor Lightfoot’s first year in office.
In These Times writer Miles Kampf-Lassin on Nancy Pelosi’s latest relief bill and other issues of the day.
News: Animal Crossing: New Horizons; Movies/TV: Clone Wars finale review; Peculiar Bunch: What have churches learned during the Corona crisis? Plus, Books: Asoka; Scifi: Taika Waititi to co-write and direct Star Wars movie and Tech: The Nintendo Switch. The post Animal Crossing, Church after Corona, Clone Wars, Taika Waititi and Star Wars appeared …
Stacy Davis Gates from the Chicago Teachers Union on the state of progressive politics in the middle of a pandemic.
Ben poses the question: What if all the scientists are wrong and the happy Cheeseheads cavorting cheek-to-cheek in Wisconsin taverns are right about the pandemic? Also, Mayor Lightfoot’s grade for year one. And Rummana’s take on Trumps’s exchanges with White House reporters.
The great Craig Hodges talks Bulls, Jordan, Krause and pretty much everything else in the basketball universe.
How many lives will the Republicans sacrifice to save Trump’s re-election? Also, Norbert Pickett and Lisa Soloman discusses minority “front” operations in the competition for cannabis dispensary licenses.
Ben pays tribute to the late Albert Dickens and then laces into Bruce Rauner. Plus, a discussion on downstaters in Madison County—Dr. D’s neck of the woods—resisting Pritzker. Also, Monroe on—you guessed it—Trump, Trump, Trump.
Legendary political activist & strategist Heather Booth talks about what it’s going to take to beat Trump. And Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth returns to talk Indivisible & the Reader.
Ben riffs on Nancy Pelosi as Machine Democrat and Bill Maher: How can a guy so smart be so stupid? Also, Leor Galil, Reader writer, on his greatest writing hits.
Kelly Cassidy—one of Illinois’ leading progressives—returns to discuss anti-Pritzker Republicans, Tara Reade and E. Jean Carroll and all things legalized cannabis. And Leni gives Reader and Indivisible updates.
This encore episode was recorded in December, 2010 and features performances by Cake, Hayes Carll, Old 97's, Hot Club of Cowtown. Support is provided by Adventures on the Gorge. https://adventuresonthegorge.com/By West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Radio host and environmentalist Mike Nowak talks about Trump’s assault on the environment.
In These Times writer Miles Kampf-Lassin returns to talk about how the federal program intended to shelter the poor and middle-class from the ravages of the pandemic is actually making the rich even richer.
In this week's story, teller Tony Lupo gives us a personal view into what it means to work at a funeral home and be the human who represents loss for so many others.By 2nd Story
Ben riffs on Spike Lee’s tribute to New York and wonders what such a tribute to Chicago would look like. And Rummana Hussain—Sun-Times editor/columnist—on reopening the state, Tara Reade & E. Jean Carroll and Mindy Kaling.
In this episode: News: gradual relaxation of the lockdown in the Netherlands, churches reopen July 1, but consequences are huge. No more events until vaccin is available Movies/TV: Into the night – Belgian scifi drama based on Polish book The Old Axolotl van Jacek Dukaj Peculiar Bunch: new scandal surrounding founder Foyers de Charité Books: […] Th…
Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Stacy Davis Gates talks about the legacy of Michael Jordan & the 90s Bulls—political legacy included.
Ben breaks down the difference between Republicans and Democrats when it comes to elections. Hint: Republicans play to win. And Monroe Anderson returns to talk Trump, Trump & Trump.
Alderman La Spata talks about Mayor Lightfoot, TIF reform, and confronting the Pritzker-hating MAGA hat protesters.
Ben reviews the weekend news and speculates that the MAGA-hat-wearing-let’s-get-back-to-work protestors never worked in the first place. Also, Maya Dukmasova on conditions at the county jail and other things.
Jacobin magazine writer Micah Uetricht talks about his new book, Bigger Than Bernie, and all things politics.
This encore episode was recorded in February 2010 and features performances by Ani DiFranco, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Chuck Prophet, Erin McKeown and Andy McKee.Support is provided by Adventures on the Gorge. https://adventuresonthegorge.com/By West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Richard Wallace—activist and rapper—talks about the challenges in making sure that the booming cannabis industry is opened to Black people.
Political activist Sameena Mustafa talks about the struggles of Joe Biden and his campaign.
Ben analyzes Joe Biden’s interview on the Morning Joe Show about Tara Reade’s accusation that he sexually assaulted her in 1993. And Rummana Hussain—Sun-Times editor/columnist—returns to talk about all the news of the week.
In this episode: News: Flattening the curve(s), Star Wars Celebration message and UFO’s Movies/TV: Catching up with Clone Wars and a review of Dark Phoenix Peculiar Bunch: Joseph and Mary in the church Books: The Witcher Tech: Canon webcam utility Subscribe to the podcast feed via RSS | iTunes | Google Play. Follow Father Roderick […] The post UFOs…
Ben talks the latest stay at home order lawsuits against Illinois Governor Pritzker, Hillary Clinton endorses Joe Biden and union man Ed Maher talks labor, Trump and more.
Steve James—director of Hoop Dreams—talks basketball, Isiah Thomas, and, of course, Jordan & the Bulls.
Ben riffs on the COVID mixed messages, including efforts by Illinois Republicans to turn Governor Pritzker’s stay-at-home regulations against him. Also, Dani Brzozowski, Democratic candidate for Congress in the 16th, on running as a proud progressive in a district that went for Trump.
City Hall reporter David Glowacz and Ben take the deep dive on Mayor Lightfoot’s successful effort to win control of COVID-related expenditures.
Ben breaks down Trump’s handouts for only rich people and explains why Trump thought it was a good idea to take Lysol as medicine. Also, political strategist Peter Cunningham talks about Biden‘s challenge, among other things.
It’s Trump, Trump, Trump—Biden—and more Trump as Monroe Anderson, the legendary Chicago journalist, tells it like it is about the worst president this country has ever seen.
Some of Larry's favorite performances from three decades ago. Includes Richard Thompson, Loudon Wainwright III, Sylvia Tyson, Laura Nyro, Leon Redbone, Allen Toussaint, The Holmes Brothers and Ray Wylie Hubbard. Look for the playlist in our ''Podcast'' section at MountainStage.org. Support is provided by Adventures on the Gorge. https://adventureso…
Miles Kampf-Lassin—In These Times journalist—offers a leftist take on Biden, Trump and the recovery legislation.
In this episode: Busier than ever during the Coronacrisis Altererd Carbon, Resleeved, Ozark and Tales from the Loop what belongs in a church and what not? Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi (Legacy of Orïsha #1) Science Fiction in the videogame Anthem PTZ Cameras Subscribe to the podcast feed via RSS | iTunes […] The post Tales from the Loo…