We turned the tables, or the mics, on Steve Edwards this past Friday at The Interview Show. Here, Steve talks about his love for public radio, his history at WBEZ and, of course, his new show, Afternoon Shift.
Late-night TV offers an easy way into the weekend--stay up a little later, catch up with all the latest celebrity action, whatever. Lucky for Chicagoans, some of that probing late-night interview style was already in their city--but it requires getting off the couch.
We do The Interview Show each month in Chicago, but last week we brought it to Brooklyn’s Union Hall. I love it there, but I did not do Brooklyn very well.My mistake was venturing out from where I was staying on the morning of the show.But I had to find a computer printer.
Tavi Gevinson, the Chicago-area 15-year-old blogger who to many people's joy but some (nasty) people's dismay grabbed the fashion world's attention a few years ago, has launched Rookie, a new site for other teen girls.
Three years ago, comedian Marc Maron recorded a very funny album called "Final Engagement," and much of the fun of it came from his anger/self-loathing over, well, not many people being at the venue that night.Fast-forward to today, and he's now got one of the most popular podcasts in WTF,