[ View the story "Afternoon Shift: Endangered buildings, Milk Carton Kids and housing the American dream" on Storify] Afternoon Shift: Endangered buildings, Milk Carton Kids and housing the American dream Bloggers Veronica Arreola and Lee Bey help us digest the top stories of the day, including subsidized water usage for non-profits and the gender salary gap. Then we hear music from Milk Carton Kids before they play a sold out show at Lincoln Hall and discuss the American dream with Mabel Guzman.
· Tue, Apr 30 2013 11:28:20
Don't forget to tune into @WBEZ at 2pm to hear @LEEBEY & me discuss parking meters/public trust, pay gap & garment worker rights.Veronica Arreola
Public versus Private:
Niala spends the first hour with two Chicago bloggers.
Viva la Feminista's Veronica Arreola
and WBEZ architecture critic
look at the privatization of public assets, given changes to Chicago’s agreement with the company that runs parking meters and ongoing talk of selling off Midway Airport. Is it time to reevaluate the role of government in Chicago?
Emanuel, aldermen reach new compromise on non-profits' water - Chicago Business JournalMayor Rahm Emanuel has offered a compromise to non-profit organizations, including churches and other houses of worship, that objected to...
Charges for Services - Eliminate Subsidized Water and Sewer Usage for Non-profit Organizations | City of Chicago Office of Inspector GeneralUnder the City's Municipal Code, the City has the option to not charge water usage fees to properties that are owned by non-profit, relig...
Chicago soon will have the nation's most expensive downtown parking meters. On New Year's Day, meters there will charge $6.50 an hour.CNBC
6 Aldermen speak against MRE's water fees for nonprofits "most vulnerable bearing this burden" #Chicago #RahmChicago http://pic.twitter.com/D3TjPQUTMsMary Ann Ahern
Parking meter settlement: Free Sundays, extended night hours - Chicago Sun-TimesBut, aldermen who must approve the changes say Emanuel may have made a lemon of a deal even more sour - by swapping three extra hours of ...
Landmark Preservation of Illinois
’ list of Endangered Buildings comes out today.
Viva la Feminista
and WBEZ architecture critic
look at the surprises.
Landmarks Illinois Ten MostLandmarks Preservation Council of Illinois (LPCI) is the only statewide not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to the preservat...
Preservation group places Allstate HQ, Lathrop Homes on its most-endangered buildings listA preservation group says the former Allstate Insurance building, a public housing development and two vacant downtown skyscrapers are at...
The Headlines: Viva la Feminista’s Veronica Arreola and WBEZ architecture critic Lee Bey stick around for a look at a Careerbuilder study that finds women still struggle to close the salary gap. They also tackle President Obama’s speech earlier today reiterating his continued commitment to close the Guantanamo Bay prison camp.
Feminist Foreign Service ~ Viva la FeministaDuring the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence , I was offered an interview with Carla Koppell, USAID Senior Coordinator for Gend...
Women underpaid and under-represented in highest-paying jobs: Careerbuilder - Chicago Business JournalA new report from Chicago-based Careerbuilder.com and its Economic Modeling Specialists unit indicates women have not yet managed to clos...
US President Barack Obama: Guantanamo Bay is 'contrary to who we are' - TelegraphUS President Barack Obama has pledged to make a new push to close the Guantanamo detention camp, saying his administration would re-engag...
The Milk Carton Kids: The Milk Carton Kids, a.k.a. singer songwriters Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan, stop by the Jim and Kay Mabie Performance Studio for a chat and to perform songs from their new album The Ash & Clay. They play to a sold out crowd tonight at Lincoln Hall.
Tonight at Lincoln Hall: @MilkCartonKids with @odonovanaoife - 8:00 PM - 18+ bit.ly/Y0mZNxLincoln Hall
The Milk Carton Kids "Honey Honey" 03/27/13 - CONAN on TBSteamcoco
The American Dream House:
As the Chicago housing market begins to rise from the ashes of the crash,
, an agent with
and a former president of Chicago Association of Realtors, examines what the American dream house looks like in 2013. What’s your dream house?