Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Afternoon Shift: Bravo! April 10, 2013 WBEZ [View the story "Afternoon Shift #289: Bravo!" on Storify]Afternoon Shift #289: Bravo!Our 'Front & Center' series continues with a discussion on gun trauma. We'll speak with Tony Arnold and psychologist Carl Bell about mental health programs and gunshot victim Glen Reedus tells his story. We'll also hear from the 'Curious City' folks. Plus, Bravo's late-night king, Andy Cohen!Storified by · Wed, Apr 10 2013 12:36:27Guns and trauma: Afternoon Shift continues its week-long examination of gun laws as part of Front & Center. WBEZ’s Tony Arnold reports on how the debate over guns affects mental health programs. And psychologist Carl Bell, director of the UIC Institute for Juvenile Research, discusses trauma caused by gun violence. We'll also hear from gunshot victim Glen Reedus and his wife Michelle Thomas; they'll talk to us about the ongoing impact of Reedus’ injury. And Melva Pratt, whose 28-year-old son Rashad was shot and killed last August, shares her story.Mental health advocates say gun debate misses the markRecent mass shootings have changed the political conversation and as a result, many mental health advocates say the entire debate is off-...@WBEZ He was shot in the head and survived. He said when shot, he cared more about getting blood on his new shirt. Wow. #afternoonshiftJustinKaufmannHarper High School, Part One | This American LifeWe spent five months at Harper High School in Chicago, where last year alone 29 current and recent students were shot. 29. We went to get...Harper High School, Part Two | This American LifeWe pick up where we left off last week in our second hour from Harper High School in Chicago. We find out if a shooting in the neighborho...Curious City: The Curious City core crew, Jennifer Brandel and Logan Jaffe, navigate a series of questions they received about a rather morbid topic. Curious citizens wanted to know: What is the deal with the traffic related death toll rate tally signs on expressways?The deal with those traffic death highway signsNot one, but four of you curious citizens asked us for the story behind the signs on the highway that show the current number of traffic ...Andy Cohen: Most know Bravo TV host and executive Andy Cohen for his behind-the-scenes work on The Real Housewives franchise and Top Chef and for his role in front of the mic, as the host of Watch What Happens: Live, the network's late-night interactive talk show--but the Midwest native actually got his start in journalism covering everything from entertainment to huge, breaking national news stories. Cohen drops by to talk about his humble past, as well as his celebrity-filled present, with Niala Boodhoo. He's in Chicago promoting the paperback release of his bestselling book, Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture. To join the conversation call 312.923.9239 or tweet using #AfternoonShift.After a long week at work, I have been in need of a good laugh. Thanks @bravoandy. And Spider Man. #andycohen. #bravoandy. #mosttalkative. #funny. #comedy.ChrisBravo's Andy Cohen says Chicago's turn is comingAndy Cohen is expanding "Watch What Happens Live" to five night... (Bravo ) If you want to know why there's not a "Real Housewives of Chi...OH from @PeterSagal: Is Phaedra the one with the donkey booty? #AfternoonShiftNiala.@BravoAndy on @WBEZ #AfternoonShift at 3 talking to @NialaBoodhoo. We're rolling out the red carpet (from Zarin fabrics & home furnishings)Katie O'Brien#afternoonshift When is @BravoAndy going to create Real Housewives of Chicago?Jennifer Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Afternoon Shift The gun economy, U of I supercomputer and cab-driving 101 Next post in Afternoon Shift Superintendent McCarthy, discovering Dolton and IL governor's race View the discussion thread. Top Headlines On WBEZ.org Chewing the Fat with Monica Eng and Louisa Chu Exoneree Diaries: Antione’s pay day How do kids like the new CPS lunches? Strange Brews Podcast Woman scarred by orphanage Remembering the 'Forgotten Hoosiers' What’s street cleaning really good for? What can Englewood learn from the new Detroit Whole Foods?