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Eight Forty-Eight's Cheryl Raye Stout reports from Anaheim where the White Sox celebrated their first trip to the World Series in forty-six years. And Chicago Tribune columnist Dawn Turner Trice discusses the south siders' chance to shine.

Later, business contributor David Greising reports on the Chicago Board of Trade's initial public offering and other business news. And we'll present two views on the legacy and career of playwright August Wilson.

Then Eight Forty-Eight's Sylvia Ewing talks with filmmaker Donnie Betts about his new documentary on the life of artist Oscar Brown, Jr. Plus we hear another installment from StoryCorps, and the producers over at the Third Coast Festival give us their critics' picks for the best audio work they've heard over the past five years.

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