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Morning Shift: An all-star cast
January 25, 2013
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'Morning Shift' #93: An all-star cast
On Friday's Morning Shift, we speak with WBEZ's Springfield reporter about the talks surrounding the gubernatorial race, the All-Star Bulls, Facebook gets a Facewash, Pitchapalooza- a golden ticket for aspiring authors, Week in Review and Consuming Spirits filmmaker, Chris Sullivan.
· Fri, Jan 25 2013 08:34:23
Names for the 2014 gubernatorial race are already being tossed around. Potential candidates include Attorney General Lisa Madigan, Congressman Aaron Schock and State Treasurer Dan Rutherford and many more. But who has the dough to compete? WBEZ’s Tony Arnold opens the war chests of the 2014 candidates for Illinois governor.
Chicago's 2013 All-Stars
Cheryl Raye-Stout updates us on the Bulls, and details some of the reasons players Joakim Noah and Loul Deng made the cut for the Eastern Conference All-Star team.
Three undergrads at Kent State University are helping Facebook users keep their internet “face” clean. The new FaceWash app aims to remove all questionable activity in your social Facebook life so you can be the professional you want to be for potential employers. FaceWash co-Founder David Steinberg tells us more about how the app works and why it’s needed.
Pitchapalooza gives a writers a boost
An event in Naperville offers writers a shot at getting their work published. WBEZ’s Rebecca Kruth talked to some aspiring authors at Pitch-a-palooza at Anderson’s Bookshop.
Week in review
Columbia College journalism professor Jonathan Chou and Depaul University’s Director of Latino Studies Lourdes Torres review the week’s news.
Filmmaker Chris Sullivan’s animated feature
is a labor of love-a 15-year labor of love. Sullivan discusses the process of creating his handmade film, and some of inspirations behind the film’s story.
kicks off a week-long run Friday night at the Gene Siskel Film Center.