Back in January, the anti-consumerist website Adbusters had high hopes for mass protests in Chicago right around this time. We try get a better sense for what kind of protests we might expect during and leading up to the NATO summit on May 20 and 21.
On Wednesday's Afternoon Shift we look forward to summer. First we get tips on what books to read on the beach this year from Al Gini, Stanley Robertson and Mary Dempsey. Then we learn about workplaces that have radical policies- did you know some have unlimited vacation?
Today on our 3@3 panel, political strategist Delmarie Cobb and Chicago Tribune Reporter Monica Eng talk about the stories of the day with host Steve Edwards.The topics include:Steve Edwards: Politicizing war – one year after the death of Osama Bin Laden, President Obama is being cri
Though he’s played memorable roles on critically acclaimed television programs like Shameless and Mad Men, the ability to make it as someone who’s not technically an “A-lister” has become increasingly more difficult with the onset of reality TV, and larger changes in Hollywood.
George Hotz was the first person to hack an Apple iPhone. Ever. He was also the first to hack the Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3). Apple let it slide. Sony did not.But Hotz wasn’t merely “up to no good.” The hacking community is made up of more than geeks wreaking havoc on cor
On Tuesday's Afternoon Shift we talk about two hometown heroes born and bred in Chicago. First we devote an hour to dissecting Derrick Rose's significance and what his injury will mean to the rest of the Bulls as they continue their playoff run.