Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet 'Morning Shift' #29: Gonna take a miracle October 18, 2012 By: Kate Dries Download Story [View the story "'Morning Shift' #28: Gonna take a miracle" on Storify]'Morning Shift' #28: Gonna take a miracleOn Thursday's Morning Shift, we take a look at what really drives gas prices, explore a Greek cave with connections to Hades, talk about the NHL, and groove to a little blue-eyed soul.Storified by · Thu, Oct 18 2012 08:58:09Gulf Gasthe Gallopping GeezerFirst, inevitably, at Tuesday night’s debates President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney traded barbs over who and what’s responsible for gas prices. Patrick DeHaan debunks the persistent myths.Who determines gas prices? by WBEZInevitably, at Tuesday night's debates President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney traded barbs over who and what's respons...GasBuddy.com - Find Low Gas Prices in the USA and CanadaGasBuddy lets you search for Gas Prices by city, state, zip code, with listings for all cities in the USA and Canada. Updated in real-tim...Obama policies to blame for high gas prices at the pump? Mostly False. http://ow.ly/ex9aJ #debatePolitiFactAs gas prices continue to rise, even @BarackObama admits he doesn't have a comprehensive energy policy. http://pic.twitter.com/sSMj9zktMitt RomneyNext, on Wednesday, the National Hockey League released the text of its most recent offer to the Players’ Association. WBEZ sports contributor Cheryl Raye-Stout parses the details.End in sight for NHL strike? by WBEZOn Wednesday, the National Hockey League released the text of its most recent offer to the Players' Association. WBEZ sports contributor ...With no Blackhawks, what's a hockey fan to do?NHL owners and players are working towards resolving their fourth labor dispute in 20 years. Where does that leave the fans?RT @mirtle: Deal to be done on NHL financials is along lines of 54-52-51-51-50-50. Hopefully they go longer than six years to avoid this again so soon.Zach EvansThings are heating up. #NHLPaul BissonnetteThen, a Field Museum curator is digging around a Greek cave that’s been likened to the mythological underworld, Hades. That cave might help explain why people choose to migrate to big cities. Or hightail it to the suburbs. And it has a surprising Chicago tie. WBEZ’s Cassidy Herrington has more. Is Greek cave entrance to Hades? by WBEZA Field Museum curator is digging around a Greek cave that's been likened to the mythological underworld, Hades. That cave might help exp...'Fox hole' opens passage to Neolithic past, possibly HadesA Field Museum curator is digging around a cave in Southern Greece that’s been compared to the mythical underworld, Hades. That cav...Finally, Thursday would have marked the 65th birthday of singer-songwriter Laura Nyro, who passed away in 1997. Nyro, who’s known mostly as a writer who penned songs for the 5th Dimension, Barbra Streisand and Earth, Wind and Fire, also had a critically acclaimed solo career, with music that mixed Brill Building pop melodies with the raw passion of soul and R&B. To celebrate Nyro’s life, Tony Sarabia and Richard Steele share their favorite blue-eyed soul tracks.Blue-Eyed SoulRdio lets you listen to millions of songs ad-free wherever you are - on the web and on your phone, even offline.Blue-eyed soul by WBEZThursday would have marked the 65th birthday of singer-songwriter Laura Nyro, who passed away in 1997. Nyro, who's known mostly as a writ...Blue-eyed soul: the co-opting of black musicThis week on the Morning Shift, a look at some blue-eyed soul artists who could be considered white soul artists as we remember musician ...LAURA NYRO stoney endlauraland4uLaura Nyro - It's gonna take a miracle 1971thenb13 Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia Blue-eyed soul: the co-opting of black music Next post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia 'Morning Shift' #30: Going for gold 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?