Megan Stielstra is a writer, storyteller, and literary director for 2nd Story, Chicago’s urban storytelling series. She’s performed for the Goodman Theatre, the Chicago Poetry Center, and National Public Radio.
Christopher and Ali talk way too much about cats, so skip the beginning of this week's issue if you're not so inclined. First up, Benno Nelson discusses how art hasn't changed as much as you'd think it might have since 9/11.
When it rains outside the Horseshoe, it rains inside the Horseshoe. But that didn't put a damper on things! We have Julia Sweeney ragging on strollers at the acquarium. Stephanie McCanles comments on reality television and the Emmy season. Bond Benton reports on pro-wrestling.
1. Hannibal Buress, again. I'm sorry guys -- but this time I just have to plug Mark Bazer's excellent interviews with him for The Interview Show, as well as Buress' old interview with Brian Babylon that aired on 848 this morning. It's all archival, but if it's new to you....2.