Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Afternoon Shift: Cover up February 7, 2013 WBEZ [View the story "'Afternoon Shift' #245: Cover up" on Storify]'Afternoon Shift' #245: Cover upThe Tribune's Nina Metz and multimedia journalist Kyra Kyles discuss the day's stories, including the latest news around the Jackson family and the Grammy's new dress code. We'll take a trip to Orland Park, meet their police chief (another McCarthy!) and find out about the Woodstock concert series. Storified by · Thu, Feb 07 2013 10:52:38Nina Metz, of the Chicago Tribune, and editor/reporter/gal-about-town, Kyra Kyles, toss around topics of the day, including a possible plea deal for Jesse Jackson Jr, CBS's preemptive strike on potential wardrobe malfunctions at the Grammys, injured war vets, no more mail on Saturday and much more. As an added bonus, the first hour will feature musical accompaniment by Abraham Levitan. The composer/singer will play throughout the hour, creating songs and lyrics, in the moment, based on the topics of conversation.A Ha-Ha Moment with Abraham LevitanWBEZYours truly will be on @WBEZ btwn 2pm and 3pm, creating spontaneous response songs to whatever Rick Kogan says. Join me!Abraham LevitanFriends, I'll be on @WBEZ 2-3p today with Rick Kogan and @thekylesfiles talking about the hilarious CBS memo re: Grammy dress code & more...Nina MetzSNEED EXCLUSIVE: Pending Jesse Jackson Jr. plea deal includes 'significant jail time,' source says - Chicago Sun-TimesSun-Times columnist Michael Sneed has learned a plea deal is now on the table between former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. and federal authoriti...Grammy Dress Code: It’s been nine years since Nipple Gate, Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” at Super Bowl XXXVIII. Now, all these years later, pop stars set to appear on camera have been advised to cover up. Deadline intercepted a memo from CBS asking, for example, that "buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered." We'll discuss this, and other fun-police fodder with our panel--and we want to hear from you too: Call in at 312-923-9239 or use #AfternoonShift.Grammy Awards dress code imposed by CBSThe are often opportunity for the likes of Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Katy Perry to parade their amazing figures and fierce Grammy Awards ... Saturday gets the axe! Starting this August, the postal service will drop its Saturday mail service.Post office to end Saturday mail serviceThe U.S. Postal Service plans to drop Saturday delivery of first-class mail by August in its latest effort to cut costs after losing near...Curious Suburbs: Producer Robin Amer and reporter Michael Puente regale us with tales from their expedition to Orland Park.At the Grape Vine in Orland Park, Ill., with Robin Amer for WBEZ's Curious Suburbs project. http://pic.twitter.com/F6Z4QPscMichael PuenteMeet the Police Chief: Yes, there’s another McCarthy running another police department. We’ll meet Tim McCarthy, chief of the Orland Park Police Department. And he’s got a great back story...we'll give you a hint: Gipper! Woodstock Concert Series: You think there’s nothing to do way out in Woodstock? The beautiful little Woodstock Opera House is presenting a whole series of rock ‘n roll tributes, from The Who Show to Credence Clearwater Revived to Johnny Rogers as Buddy Holly. We’ll be joined by impresario Michael Stanard, the man behind the shows to the far, far, far northwest-of-Chicago town.Woodstock Opera HouseThe Woodstock Opera House is owned and operated by the City of Woodstock and is dedicated to the promotion and support of the Theatrical ... Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Afternoon Shift Afternoon Shift: State of the state Next post in Afternoon Shift Afternoon Shift: Ripple effect View the discussion thread. Featured For the love of television Rob Delaney on Nerdette Botanical brewing with Forbidden Root The feast of the wretched Rabbits: For pets or plates?