08 / 22 / 14
"The Qualms" at Steppenwolf Theater

morningamp:

Diane Davis and Greg Stuhr talk with Brian and Molly about the play “The Qualms” from the writer of Clybourne Park (2010) Bruce Norris. “The Qualms” is playing at the Steppenwolf Theater through August 2014.

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08 / 22 / 14
Reggie Reel Critic: College Movies 8-22-2014

morningamp:

Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic just dropped his daughter off at college and asks for good ‘college’ movies he can watch to make him feel better, together they come up with a surprisingly long list.

In the second segment Brian, Molly, and Molly discuss the impact of Robin Williams as an actor.

They also discuss box office numbers and GOTG, TMNT, Let’s Be Cops, Sin City 2, The Giver, Snowpiercer.

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08 / 21 / 14
Black Harvest Film Festival: "Little White Lie" short review and discussion

morningamp:

The Morning AMp discusses the film “Little White Lie” about an African-American girl raised as a middle-class Jewish girl with dark skin. Emily who also saw the film called with a defferent perspective.

Film synopnsis:
Until she was eighteen, filmmaker Lacey Schwartz grew up as a white middle-class Jewish girl whose darker skin and black hair were attributed by her parents to a mysterious olive-skinned Sicilian ancestor. In time, she uncovers the lie that haunted their marriage and made her the secret that was hiding in plain sight. Embracing her African American heritage, Schwartz begins the journey to reconcile her past and her present.

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08 / 21 / 14
Birthright Trips to Israel in the Midst of the Conflict

morningamp:

Vocalo intern Stephanie Buffamonte joins Molly and Brian in the studio with a story about the Israel-Gaza Conflict. She interviewed a young woman who participated in Birthright—Israel’s sponsored tourism program for Jewish-Americans—in early July as the most recent conflict flared in Gaza. We talk about how Israeli culture has maintained a sense of normalcy throughout decades of conflict.

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08 / 21 / 14
Phone Light Up with Opinions on Protest Ferguson

morningamp:

The rapper, activist, and educator, FM Supreme joined Molly and Brian in the studio right as the phone lines were blowing up. Various different views on the protests in Ferguson, MO are shared. The question, “What’s the end game?” is proposed.

Source: SoundCloud / vocalo

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08 / 21 / 14

Vocalo Community Partners Program f

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Vocalo is pleased to release its 2014-2015 partnership application. We want to partner with community-based organizations that serve youth, women, people of color & other disenfranchised communities to create programming that increases our awareness of pressing community issues and to…

Hello everyone, the deadline to apply for our partnership program is Midnight TOMORROW! That’s Friday, August 22nd. The application itself is pretty painless. So if you’ve been thinking that about how to get your community organization linked up with Vocalo, now’s your chance…

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08 / 20 / 14
Killer Moon on Live From Studio 10 (aired August 2014)
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Chicago trio Killer Moon reaches deep into 60’s rock traditions and the mind-bending guitar solos coupled with hypnotic bass grooves needed to revive a truly psychedelic musical experience.

Live From Studio 10 airs Tuesdays at 8pm CST on Vocalo 91.1 FM & 90.7 FM (CHI) / 89.5 FM (NWI) and Vocalo.org, and features emerging bands and music artists from Chicago and beyond. One hour of music and interview, all live. The show is hosted by Jesse Menendez, produced by Fyodor Sakhnovski and engineered by Adam Yoffe. Subscribe to the podcast here:bitly.com/vocaloLFS10

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08 / 20 / 14
Women in men's sports: The AMp talks Mo'ne Davis

morningamp:

New Council of Feminist Thought guests Elizabeth Gomez and Emily Keck joined Molly Adams and Brian Babylon on the council today, and the topic turned to Little League World Series phenom Mo’ne Davis and challenges women face playing male dominated sports. Davis, a 13 year old who throws 70 miles per hour, is the first girl to throw a shutout in the Little League World Series. Take a listen!

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08 / 19 / 14

The Singles on Live From Studio 10 - 8/19

L.A. based pop garage rock outfit, The Singles have made a name for themselves for their catchy tunes that cut to the chase of infectious guitar melodies and themes of love and heartache. We’re excited to hear them play songs off their latest album Look How Fast A Heart Can Break live in studio!

Tune in Tuesday, 8/19 at 8 PM CT on 91.1 FM & 90.7 FM (CHI) / 89.5 FM (NWI) or stream at www.vocalo.org/player 

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08 / 19 / 14
Student debt: an impending crisis?

morningamp:

Morning AMp hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon had a roundtable discussion with intern Tony Buitrago and his sister Katie Buitrago about the growing student debt crisis in America, which has quadrupled in the last ten years to over 1.2 trillion dollars. Katie happens to be the Sr. Policy and Communications Associate at the Woodstock Institute, a nonprofit organization that advocates action against unethical practices of for-profit colleges when it comes to student loans. Tony dove into the issue to find out how student debt affects students, how it affects the economy and what’s being done to solve the issue. Take a listen.

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08 / 19 / 14
Livin' Large Lubecker: Too Much Money for an iPhone Case
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morningamp:

Morning AMp Intern AJ Lubecker has problem managing his money so he shares his tales of woe (and wins!) with us so we can learn from him. This week he’s back with a very regretful iPhone case purchase, which has Molly Adams and Brian Babylon shaking their heads. Molly attempts to lift AJ’s spirit by sharing a great purchase she made.

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08 / 18 / 14
Moonrise Nation discuss "moonrising" ideas into music

vocalomusicvox:

Chicago indie pop trio Moonrise Nation combines influences of classical, jazz, and folk rock on their new self-titled EP. The group joined Jesse Menendez on The MusicVox to discuss the whirlwind of their recent success, their jazz beginnings and their own way of turning ideas into music, a process they call “moonrising.”

The MusicVox airs weekdays 4-6 PM on 90.7 FM (CHI) / 89.5 (NWI) /www.vocalo.org

Source: SoundCloud / Vocalo's Music Vox

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