Eight Forty-Eight


Broadcast from the Stefan Edlis and Gael Neeson Foundation Talk Studio, supporting arts and communications outreach

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Apr. 18, 2008

We talk with Eric Goldsmith, the mayor of West Salem, Illinois, the town closest to the epicenter of this mornings eathquake. Then, Nina Barrett explores the changes to traditional Passover dinner over the years. We hear the latest in the case of a man who's been in prison for 26 years even though a number of lawyers now say they knew he was innocent. Plus, Walter Jacobson wonders why Mayor Daley has to ask the legislature for tighter gun control when he is the most powerful politician in Illinois. Then, we learn more about the first annual national Record Store Day.