WBEZ's week in review - Oct. 6 - 12

October 11, 2013

With all that beautiful weather lately, there's a good chance you missed something on WBEZ.org this week. So here's our weekly roundup of everything you should watch, listen to or read. 

Writer Britt Julious asks: Is gentrification always a bad thing?

And writer Leah Pickett calls out men and women to stand up to street harassment and objectification in Chicago

Curious City answered a pair of questions this week:

What's the history of Indian Boundary Park Zoo, and were there other neighborhood zoos like that? 

And

Whose ubiquitous eyes are those on the Chicago International Film Festival posters? Is she single?

And Monica Eng took on the tough subject of discussing whether or not parents would want to expose their kids to an animal slaughter for the purpose of educating them about where there food comes from

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Tim Akimoff is the Digital Content Director at WBEZ. You can follow him on Twitter and Facebook.