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'Afternoon Shift' #200: Sweet escapes
November 29, 2012
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'Afternoon Shift' #200: Sweet escapes
Chef Jackie Shen blends sweet treats--and souls--every holiday season in support of Esperanza Community Services. And a woman About 20 percent of exonerated women went to prison for harming or murdering a child they were taking care of--Audrey Edmunds shares her own experience.
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The poetry of songs by WBEZ's Afternoon ShiftRick Kogan wonders why so often the poetry of major songwriters gets lost in the music.
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andWBEZ’s own Lee Bey break down stories including Mel Reynolds running for hisold congressional seat, Wolf Point, Starbucks pricey new brew and the future of DOMA.
I'm super excited to be on the #AfternoonShift on @wbez at 2pm for an entire hour. Listen in online at http://wbez.org or at 91.5FM.Lenox Magee
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Esperanza Community Services
hasbeen helping those with developmental disabilities from their home base in West Town. And for nearly 15 years, famed chef Jackie Shen has been helping them make fudge as afundraising tool. We’ll talk about Esperanza and their famous fudge.
Esperanza Community Service raises funds with fudge by WBEZ's Afternoon ShiftFor decades, Esperanza Community Services has been helping those with developmental disabilities from their home base in West Town. And f...
@ECSinChicago #fudge #afternoonshift @wbezchicago #esperanzaKatie O'Brien
Mahogany slicing the fudge, Jackie Shen's recipe, for Esperanza's fudge fundraiser. #afternoonshift #esperanza @ECSinChicago @wbezchicagoKatie O'Brien
The incredible clients at Esperanza Community Services. They were nice enough to show me around and send me off with some of Jackie Shen's gourmet fudge. #afternoonshift #esperanza @wbezchicago @ECSinChicagoKatie O'Brien
#EsperanzaGourmetFudge is on sale NOW at http://esperanzacommunity.org/shop/shop/esperanzas-gourmet-fudge/! Ship it or pick up at Esperanza. Free shipping for 5 boxes or more!Esperanza
decided tochange her life at age 50 by doing 50 things she’d never done before.
50 year old woman tries 50 new things by WBEZ's Afternoon ShiftColumbia professor Etta Worthington decided to change her life at age 50 by doing 50 things she'd never done before.
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Some unique patterns emerge among women who arewrongfully convicted of serious crimes. About 20 percent of exonerated womenwent to prison for harming or murdering a child they were taking care of--that’sexactly what happened to Audrey Edmunds over 15 years ago, when infant NatalieBeard died in her care. Edmunds’ conviction was reversed in 2008, and she joinsus to share her experience.
Audrey Edmunds exonerated after wrongful child murder conviction by WBEZ's Afternoon ShiftSome unique patterns emerge among women who are wrongfully convicted of serious crimes. About 20 percent of exonerated women went to pris...