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04 / 17 / 14

barbershopshow:

On this week’s Barber Shop Show, we’ll be joined by

•             Susan Smith Richardson, Editor and Publisher of The Chicago Reporter

•             Kathy Chaney, WBEZ Midday Producer

•             Maria Zamudio, Reporter with The Chicago Reporter

In our monthly news roundup, we’ll talk about the recent news that we consider good news and that we consider bad news. We’ll also talk about some of the stories that made us say, WTF?!

Here’s one of the stories we’ll be talking about, from host Richard Steele:

This is a really awful “sign of our times” and the down side of how technologically advanced we are as a society and how available the technology is…to everyone!  Recently, it was reported that several 8th graders who attend a middle school in northwest Suburban Barrington, have been sexting (sending inappropriate images among themselves), using their smart phones.”     

The Barber Shop Show airs on Fridays and Saturdays at Noon on 90.7FM and 89.5FM. You can also stream live at vocalo.org

 

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04 / 17 / 14
A Long Walk Home: Helping Women Heal Overcome Everyday Violence
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morningamp:

We continue our conversation about everyday violence faced by women and girls when we are going by Sangheetha Ravichandran and Larrinita Starks, a staff member and youth leader with A Long Walk Home. ALWH uses art therapy and visual and performing arts to help girls heal from violence and to seek ends to it.

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04 / 17 / 14
Let's Get Real: Is Colorblind Ideology a form of Racism?
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morningamp:

The AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams (along with a few callers) kicked off the show with some real table talk! Stephen Colbert satirizes white liberalism by saying he “can’t be racist because I don’t see color.” But psychologists say colorblindness has similar effects to racist beliefs: it keeps the “colorblind” person from recognizing and more importantly, valuing, individual difference.

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04 / 16 / 14
Reclaimed Soul: Slow Jams and Groovers
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vocaloreclaimedsoul:

On this episode of Reclaimed Soul we dive into some groovy slow jams, by artists like The Lost Generation, Linda Jones, and Lee Charles.
Plus, we hear a special 1970s Chicago Kiddie Soul mini-mix featuring the Eight Minutes, North, South, East & West, Love’s Children, and more.

For fresh episodes of Reclaimed Soul, listen in Thursdays at 8pm CST on vocalo.org, or tune in to 89.5fm (NW Indy) and 90.7fm (CHI)

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04 / 15 / 14
Practically Speaking Episode 48: The Immigrant Advantage
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practicallyspeaking-vocalo:

Is there truly a difference in the rates of success for the American-born children of recent immigrants versus Americans who are several generations removed from their immigrant roots? Among communities of color, this phenomenon of instilling specific cultural and ethnic values on American-born children is especially prevalent.

In this episode, we explored the distinct cultural differences between first generation children of immigrants and whether their cultural upbringing and norms have a palpable impact on their rates of academic and professional success.

Ruell Rogers, a professor at Northwestern, spoke about the differences between African American and Black Immigrant dichotomy. Alex Thibodeau conducted an interview with good friend, Harluxsh, who discussed the pressures from his Indian immigrant parents to succeed, and host Audra Wilson spoke with her Jamaican father, who shared his hopes and dreams for his two children and grandchildren.

Tune in Friday at 11am on www.vocalo.org | 89.5 (NWI) | 90.7 (CHI)

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04 / 15 / 14
The Singles talk heartache and upbeat rock tunes on new album
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vocalomusicvox:

Vince and Nicky of L.A. based pop garage rock outfit The Singles spoke with Jesse Menendez on The MusicVox about their new album - Look How Fast A Heart Can Break - an album of catchy rock tunes steeped in heartache.

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

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04 / 15 / 14
Vinyl Economics: Why Record Stores are Not Dead
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morningamp:

The annual celebration of the small, local record store is here and the AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams spoke with Kevin Starke, owner of K. Starke Records in West Town/Humboldt Park about dealing, collecting, and the constant hunt for new customers.

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6talk radio, chicago public radio, chicago public media, wbez, vocalo, npr, real life radio, real talk, diversity, record store week, record store day, k. starke records, vinyl, business, economy, cash money tuesday, chicago, chi town, cool podcast,

04 / 15 / 14
Shinola: The Key to Detroit Economy?
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morningamp:

Can the Motor City (and the Second City) find some economic relief by returning to its manufacturing roots? WBEZ’s Lauren Chooljian joined the AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams to share her report on Shinola, a watch, bikes, and leather company based in downtown Detroit that advertises in the pages of Vogue and does business with the Horween Leather Company in Chicago.

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04 / 14 / 14
Doomsquad talk tribal rhythms and dark ambience on new album Kalaboogie
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vocalomusicvox:

What started as an impromptu folky performance under a joke name “Doomsquad,” has evolved into a legitimate electronic project that incorporates everything from tribal rhythms to Eastern spirituality and dark trance music as its influence. Allie and Trev of Doomsquad joined Jesse Menendez on The MusicVox to talk about their debut LP Kalaboogie.

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

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04 / 14 / 14
Midwest Hype talk fresh new album and creative revitalization
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vocalomusicvox:

Midwest Hype has spent years defying genre boundaries and getting people to dance. They stopped by the Vocalo studios to discuss what went into their new album The Time, and what listeners can expect from their 3rd LP effort.

The MusicVox airs M-F 6-8 PM CT on 89.5 FM (NWI) / 90.7 FM (CHI) /www.vocalo.org

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04 / 14 / 14
What is Hip? ...Pets! and Profit!
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morningamp:

Each week our trends expert Tim Barnes tells us what we need to be doing to be cool, and today it’s getting a pet and spending a ridiculous amount of money on it. Or STEALING a pet and re-selling it for profit. Evil!

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04 / 14 / 14
NWI Report: Gay Marriage, Immigration, and Oil Spills
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morningamp:

WBEZ reporter Mike Puente checked in with hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon with his NWI report. This segment focused on the recent opposition to an immigrant detention center in Hobart, a judicial override to the legislature’s gay marriage ban, and the current status of Chicago’s own little BP oil spill.

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04 / 11 / 14
BSS 159: Anthony Dansberry & The Human Cost Of Detainment
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barbershopshow:

Anthony Dansberry has served nearly half of his life behind bars. Now, his fate might ride on something unpredictable: the gubernatorial election. On today’s show, we unpack the case, and we explore the human toll of detainment.

Our guests on the show are:
- Jane Raley of the Center for Wrongful Convictions, lead counsel on the case, as well as
- Susan Swanson (private investigator on the case) and
- Margaret Soffin (attorney on the case).
- Juliana Stratton, the Executive Director of the Cook County Justice Advisory Council

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04 / 11 / 14
This is Hip Face Off: Brian Vs. Molly
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morningamp:

Each week interns Tanna Solberg and Zach Swezy go head-to-head in a musical competition where they each bring a track to be judged. In this segment, the tables turned and hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon were put on the chopping block. Molly brought a Los Rakas track and Brian went old/new school with a Billie Holiday/Chaz Bundick remix. The pair also got a personalized and badly photoshopped photo!

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04 / 10 / 14
vocaloreclaimedsoul:

On tonight’s Reclaimed Soul, host Ayana Contreras provides smooth, slow jams, groovers, and more. Plus, local Kiddie Soul by Love’s Children (pictured, with Curtis Mayfield on piano), and by North, South, East, and West.
Tune in, then groove in!  Thursdays at 8pm (CST) http://vocalo.org  90.7fm and 89.5fm
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vocaloreclaimedsoul:

On tonight’s Reclaimed Soul, host Ayana Contreras provides smooth, slow jams, groovers, and more. Plus, local Kiddie Soul by Love’s Children (pictured, with Curtis Mayfield on piano), and by North, South, East, and West.
Tune in, then groove in!  Thursdays at 8pm (CST) http://vocalo.org  90.7fm and 89.5fm
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vocaloreclaimedsoul:

On tonight’s Reclaimed Soul, host Ayana Contreras provides smooth, slow jams, groovers, and more. Plus, local Kiddie Soul by Love’s Children (pictured, with Curtis Mayfield on piano), and by North, South, East, and West.

Tune in, then groove in!  Thursdays at 8pm (CST) http://vocalo.org  90.7fm and 89.5fm

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6vocalo, curtis mayfield, soul, chicago soul, music,

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