WBEZ producer Monica Eng shares the details of a study exploring what items people buy to disguise another embarrassing item in their shopping basket. Also, Chicago public schools are getting ready to teach comprehensive sex education courses. What's in the curriculum?
Saturday, former Saturday Night Live star (and woman who played that hilarious nun who had cancer in that one episode of Sex and the City) will be at The Paper Machete reading about an as-of-yet undisclosed topic.
Each Thursday we hear about an individual who's decided to work to make the world a better place. Kathy Tate-Bradish has been working with Vumilia since she first heard about the organization on Worldview four years ago.
Azhar Usman jokes that he looks like “that guy from LOST. Not the Indian one, the fat one!” The Chicago comedian uses humor to poke fun at racial stereotypes, referencing his own life as the child of Muslim immigrants growing up in the then mostly Jewish community of Skokie, Illinois.