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Afternoon Shift #234: Duck and cover
January 23, 2013
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'Afternoon Shift' #234: Duck and cover
Andrew Huff runs 'Gapers Block, Maura Wall Hernandez is the Tribune's digital editor. Together, they’ll take on Tuesday night’s homeless census, food photography and social media and the state of teen violence. Plus 'Curious City' drops by to talk missiles and we learn about Evanston's saucy past.
· Wed, Jan 23 2013 12:14:17
Andrew Huff of
and Maura Wall Hernandez, digital editor for the
, lead us through an exotic news tasting menu--together, with Rick, they'll discuss Tuesday night's homeless census, food photography and social media and teen violence.
Chicago to conduct homeless censusVolunteers will ask people who are sleeping outside or on trains and buses if they have a place to go.
Why Restaurants Should Ban Food PhotosCameras and restaurants go together like bananas and Sprite. And now restaurants like David Chang's Momofuku Ko (so not just hipster-bait...
Shooting outside high school basketball game in chicagoYellow-jacketed security officers were all around the gym at Wednesday night's basketball game between Simeon and Morgan Park high school...
crew takes a deep dive into the sites that housed
during the Cold War.
What happened to the Nike missile sites around Chicago?Curious citizen Ian Larkin was shocked to learn that Cold War Chicago was once peppered with nuclear missiles ready thwart a Soviet attac...
Evanston is known as the home of Prohibition and was a dry town until 1972 (and to this day you have to go one town over to find a bowling alley). But over the last year, more and more alcohol-based businesses have been opening, including a distillery and a brew pub. Why the change?
For a FEW Bottles More: ChicagoistIf someone told Frances Willard, one of the founders of the Women's Christian Temperance Union and godmother of the American Prohibition ...