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Morning Shift: Chicago in the house
March 18, 2013
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'Morning Shift' : Chicago in the house
On Monday's Morning Shift, we talk to WBEZ Northwest Indiana Reporter Michael Puente, Chicago Magazine's Deal Estate Columnist Dennis Rodkin, Daybook with Charlie Meyerson, WBEZ Sports Reporter Cheryl Raye-Stout and Aggrey Sam of CSN.com and the sounds of Jim Sanders and Blue Violin.
· Mon, Mar 18 2013 07:55:55
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Indiana Plane Crash
WBEZ Northwest Indiana Reporter Michael Puente provides the latest details on the Indiana Plane Crash and affected.
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magazine’s housing reporter Dennis Rodkin breaks down housing data for the Chicago metro region and details the best places to buy and why. He also outlines advice and guidelines for various buyers, including first-time homeowners and those looking to buy bigger.
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WBEZ news blogger Charlie Meyerson looks ahead at a story that’s piquing.
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Chicago breeds best hoopers who later leave the city
Many of the country’s best high school basketball players come out of Chicago. So why can’t the local and regional colleges and universities keep them at home? Shouldn’t DePaul and Northwestern and Illinois be able to recruit them and thus become self-perpetuating big-time programs like Kansas, Duke, and Kentucky? WBEZ’s Cheryl Raye Stout went in search of answers.
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James Sanders violin extraordinaire and pianist Kevin O'Connell
James Sanders is a trained classical musician with a performance degree from Yale. But the Ivy Leagues turned out to be just the starting for this talented violinist's musical education. His advanced "learning" came after Yale, and on the streets of Chicago. Sanders is joined by pianist Kevin O'Connell for a performance on The Morning Shift. They'll play music from Sanders' jazz repertoire, and talk about the many sides of this man’s music.
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