Jazz changed forever when Louis Armstrong arrived to play his trade in Chicago. The Blues became electrified and spread around the world when Muddy Waters started playing here. And club music would never be the same after Frankie Knuckles came to Chicago from the Bronx to spin records. A new movie is in the works to honor Knuckles, the scene, and the music he created. We talk with film producers about new movie, The Warehouse. Also, an update on Monday night's first one on one mayoral debate.
Some young radio producers are organizing for control of the Chicago area’s only noncommercial Latino broadcast outlet.They’re upset about plans by the National Museum of Mexican Art to sell the building and license of WRTE-FM Chicago (90.5), a youth-run station known as Radio Arte that airs music a
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