The Morning Drive Podcast: Monday
Welcome to this edition of the Morning Drive Podcast! In this episode, to knock it down, or leave it up - the debate over what to do with Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital building. And we'll solve a mystery!
►The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association said orchestra musicians went on strike Saturday after rejecting proposals for a three-year contract.
►Mayor Rahm Emanuel has announced redevelopment proposals for the sites of two coal-fired power plants that were shut down last month on Chicago's Southwest Side.
►WBEZ has solved the South Side balloon mystery! Click for more.
Featured in the podcast:
►The Prentice debate continues...WBEZ's Alison Cuddy looked into both sides of the story on what will be done with the famous Bertrand Goldberg building.
Stories we're reading from all over the web:
►Rick Perry's famous "oops!" moment could be chalked up to a sleep disorder, according to writer Jay Root's new book. Read it in the Texas Tribune.
►A New York Times investigation delves into the energy side of the internet, and the wide-spread pollution issues it could be causing.
►The red carpet fashion was as entertaining as ever at the Emmy's Sunday night. Read about it in Refinery 29.
And your WEATHER for today: First up, this will be irrelevant by the time most listeners hear this podcast but I had to share: There was a FROST ADVISORY in effect until 8am this morning. I don’t even know what to do with that information.
In any case - today, sunny, breezy, highs eventually near 70 degrees. Some winds with gusts up to 30 miles per hour. Then tonight, mostly clear, lows in the lower 50s except in the mid 50s downtown. Winds continue with gusts up to 30 miles per hour into the early evening hours.
Tuesday, partly cloudy, highs in the mid 70s. Tuesday night, partly cloudy, lows in the mid 50s except upper 50s downtown.
And music in today's podcast brought to you by Prince! He's scheduled to play the United Center Monday night.
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