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Afternoon Shift: Where the Wild Things are
February 1, 2013
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'Afternoon Shift' #241: Where the Wild Things are
Eric Zorn of the 'Chicago Tribune' and Neil Steinberg of the 'Chicago Sun-Times' look back at a very violent week of news. Author and futurist David Houle previews the next 20 years of change--and we'll talk about what's planned for the Wild Things Conference at UIC.
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recognizes the world is changing quickly. So fast in fact, says Houle, that change is the new norm. The self-proclaimed futurist identifies the dynamics that will shape the transformation from the Information Age and into the Shift Age over the next 20 years in his book,
Entering the Shift Age
, Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel, talk about the panoply of opera offerings in ourarea (or aria depending on your affinity for puns). Rick Kogan will also performselections from
Broadway and Chicago actors among the company of Lyric Opera's ...Nov 2, 2012 ... Lyric Opera of Chicago has announced principal casting for its company premiere of a new production of Rodgers & Ha...
The 5th biennial event, a celebration of nature and citizen scientists, will take place Saturday at UIC. It’s a gathering for folks who love natureand “all things wild” in and around Chicago. Ecologists
Joel Brown and DougStotz
join us to talk about the changing dynamics in urban wildlife.
Wild Things 2013 Conference - Habitat ProjectUniversity of Illinois at Chicago ... interactive workshops will explore the latest in natural areas conservation, wildlife protection ...
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