Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Afternoon Shift: Song of the south April 25, 2013 WBEZ [View the story "Afternoon Shift#300: Song of the south" on Storify]Afternoon Shift#300: Song of the southVocalo hosts Biran Babylon and Molly Adams help Niala take on today's big stories, including the West, TX explosion and black home ownership. Then we hear about the Joffrey Ballet's adaptation of Othello, discuss what happened to love for the Bulls and try and make sense of the Affordable Care Act. Storified by · Thu, Apr 25 2013 11:13:28The Day Today: Hosts of Vocalo’s The Morning AMp! Brian Babylon and Molly Adams join Niala to tackle the top stories of the day. They start off with a conversation on how mainstream media outlets cover, or don’t cover, stories about the South. They’ll also discuss the “side hustle”: how you make extra money on the side. Be it bartending, nannying or selling jewelry on a blanket, we want to hear about it. Call 312-923-9239 or use #AfternoonShift on Twitter. More Bodies Identified In Texas Fertilizer Plant ExplosionAuthorities have identified four more sets of remains of first responders who battled last week's fire and explosion at a fertilizer ...#West, TX memorial procession still going strong in #Waco, TX pic.twitter.com/P3EHPKXTIlVulunteerFirefigtherConvergence of Presidents at Bush Library DedicationUNIVERSITY PARK, Tex. - President Obama joined all of his living predecessors on Thursday to pay tribute to George W. Bush as the argumen...Then Dorothy Brown, Associate Vice Provost & Professor of Law at Emory University joins in the conversation to discuss home ownership and why she thinks it’s helping maintain the economic divide between white and blacks.How Home Ownership Keeps Blacks Poorer Than Whites - ForbesThis article is by Dorothy Brown, a professor of tax law at Emory University Law School. The racial wealth gap has hit an all-time high w...Joffrey Othello: The Joffrey Ballet’s interpretation of Shakespeare’s Othello opened yesterday. We’ll be joined by Oscar Award-winning composer Elliot Goldenthal, and Scott Speck, Joffrey’s music director & conductor. The two join us to talk about how music and dance fit together, the importances of live music for dance, and about how Goldenthal and the Joffrey collaborated for this production.The Joffrey Ballet's Othello 2013TheJoffreyBalletKaufman and Coffman: The Bulls are going in to their playoff game tonight against the Nets fresh off a win, but does anyone care? Do you still have love for the Bulls, and if not, where did it go? Call 312-9239-9239 or tweet us with #AfternoonShift.Greenberg: Rose no longer an invulnerable starCHICAGO -- As Joakim Noah clomped victoriously up and down the court on his busted wheel Monday night, gritting his teeth through 25 insp...Employment Health Care:We know healthcare is a huge issue in the U-S-- how to pay for it, who can’t afford it, who should provide it. President Obama’s Affordable Care Act was a federal attempt to improve the system, but the act itself is massive and has significant implications, both federally and locally. We talk with Donna Thompson, COO of ACCESS Community Health Network, an organization that works to provide carein more than 40 community health center locations throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. If you have questions about the Affordable Care Act, call 312-923-9239 or tweet us with #AfternoonShift.Listen to ACCESS' CEO Donna Thompson discuss #CountyCare and the #AffordableCareAct today at 3:30 p.m. on The Afternoon Shift @WBEZACCESS Comm. Health Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Afternoon Shift Jim Wallis, the Fight for $15, Year 25 goes to Washington Next post in Afternoon Shift Email clutter, C2E2 preview and air travel headaches 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?