Martha Bayne's Soup & Bread events at The Hideout are simple. No bands, no talks, no comedians. Just soup and bread. Professional and amateur chefs (from Doug Sohn of Hot Doug's to Martha's dad) provide the soup, and donations go to local food banks.
When DePaul sociologist and filmmaker (the National Geographic Channel's Drugs, Inc. series) Greg Scott comes on The Interview Show, it's safe to say that no one — probably himself included — knows what he'll say.
Sometimes all it takes to get the day started right is an upbeat headline about circumcision.Yesterday, it was: “Circumcision Tied to Lower Prostate Cancer Risk: Study.”Goddamn, I love an upbeat circumcision story!Like most American males born in the early 1970s, I was circumcised.
After a careful eight-month study of celebrity gossip magazines, I’ve determined that, on occasion, these publications get their facts wrong.I’m fine with that.We all make honest mistakes from time to time.
The Interview Show marks its four-year anniversary this month. A big thanks to everyone who has come out to the show at The Hideout (and Union Hall in NYC), been on the show as guests, watched the show online, thought about the show at least once in an idle moment, told their pet about
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.