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Morning Shift: Hello Friday
February 8, 2013
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'Morning Shift' #103: Hello Friday
On Friday's Morning Shift, we talk to the new Indiana Governor, WBEZ's theater critic on the Music and Movement Festival, a gun series feature, Week in Review and live music from Ami Saraiya.
· Fri, Feb 08 2013 07:34:53
Governor Mike Pence speaks out
Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s first State of the State address struck an optimistic note, but wasn’t without criticism. His colleagues in the Republican Party took issue with his calls to cut the state’s income tax, while Democrats wanted more dollars funneled to education. The state’s stats for business beat Illinois’ but could proposed gambling expansion here infringe on some of that revenue? We talk to Gov. Pence about his outlook for Indiana.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence's Medicaid plan has variableINDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence said Wednesday that he has ruled out expanding Medicaid under the federal health care law unless Indiana g...
Gov. Mike Pence outlines goals during inaugural speechShortly before he took the oath as Indiana's 50th governor Monday, Mike Pence said he had been raised to dream big, but "I never dreamed ...
Gun Series: New Prepper
We continue with WBEZ’s series
, hearing from people who own and are committed to guns. Aurora Aguilar follows a man newly drawn to the prepper movement—people who want to arm themselves because they are convinced a natural or other disaster is inevitable.
Sitting in on a firearms safety classIt’s still dark out this morning, below freezing outside and pretty cramped in this back room of a gun shop.
Music + Movement at Auditorium Theatre
The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University has put together a mash-up of 11 world-premiere performances for the Music + Movement Festival. The five-month long event will feature live dance and music from some of Chicago’s most talented performers. Theater critic Kelly Kleiman explains what the festival could mean for bringing new patrons to the theater.
Auditorium Theatre :: MUSIC + MOVEMENTMUSIC + MOVEMENT FESTIVAL The Auditorium Theatres MUSIC + MOVEMENT FESTIVAL welcomes some of the best of Chicago musicians and dance comp...
Auditorium Theatre announces lineup for Movement + Music FestivalThe Auditorium Theatre announced its schedule today for the 2013 Movement + Music Festival, beginning February 28 and running through dat...
Week in Review
political editor Kerry Lester and Univision Chicago reporter Paul Gomez dive into their top stories from Chicago and around the world.
Signs of a Shift on Immigration Among G.O.P. Rank-and-FileWith notable speed after the Nov. 6 presidential election, a number of Republican politicians and opinions makers - from House Speaker Jo...
Karl Rove warns Ashley Judd: More attacks are comingActress Ashley Judd was a Tennessee delegate to the 2012 Democratic convention. (Photo: Jeff Franko, Gannett) Get ready for the show: Kar...
Live music from Ami Saraiya
Ami Saraiya and the Outcome’s globally-influenced, pop-leaning songs seem caught in some otherworld where old-world pop meets the ethereal meets cabaret – and gets performed in a café somewhere in the lush European hillsides. They show up on the
, and take us around the world in a song or three.
Ami SaraiyaAmi Saraiya's full length album Archaeologist is available now. In her debut as a solo artist, Saraiya shows new depth with dark gypsy wa...