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Reset with Sasha-Ann Simons

Reset with Sasha-Ann Simons

WBEZ’s Reset brings context to the latest Chicago-area news with experts, journalists and newsmakers. Want to be a connected Chicagoan in the know? Subscribe to this podcast! You can email the team behind Reset at reset@wbez.org. Or leave us a voicemail at 888-915-9945.

Reset with Sasha-Ann Simons

‘Reset’ host Sasha-Ann Simons interviews WBEZ reporters Mariah Woelfel and Tessa Weinberg on Feb. 20, 2024.

WBEZ’s Reset with Sasha-Ann Simons is your forum for the Chicago conversation.

We bring context to the latest local news with journalists, experts and newsmakers. And we cover a wide variety of beats from State and City Politics to Arts and Culture to the Environment. Every Tuesday, we talk Health and Wellness. Every Thursday, it’s Food and Music. We’re on the latest news stories throughout the week and on Fridays in our Weekly News Recap.

Reset really is your forum. We love to work your voice and ideas into the show. To leave a suggestion, news tip or feedback, leave us a voicemail at 888-915-9945 or email us at reset@wbez.org.

If you’re a local listener, join us live on the radio weekdays from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. CT on 91.5 FM WBEZ. You can also listen from anywhere live or on delay online and on the WBEZ app.

Not much of a radio listener? We’re working hard to meet folks where they like to read, watch and listen to news, culture and conversation.

You can find Reset on YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, X, Facebook and our podcast.

We’ve also got a great daily newsletter that hits your inbox at 10:30 a.m. every weekday. Sign up here!

Recent
In the summer 2022, Gregory Michie was unexpectedly reassigned for the fall term from teaching middle school children to instructing K-8 students.
The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Live Nation and its subsidiary, Ticketmaster, calling the company a “monopoly.”
The Chicago Department of Public Health is training members of the public to identify warning signs.
State senators approved a $53.1 budget plan Sunday, sending it to the House for review.
A Chicago writer was diagnosed with thoracic endometriosis in 2021. Before that a doctor told her, “That’s so rare. No one ever gets that.”
NU president Michael Schill testified before a House committee on Thursday, alongside the presidents of Rutgers and UCLA.
CPS programs have been put to the test by the surge in migrant population in the city — and they seem to be failing.
So far, restaurants say the effort to sell “copi” fish isn’t working out as they hoped.
Their debut album Your Day Will Come came out in April.
The deadline looms for lawmakers to pass the state budget, while Chicago alders approve overturning a decision to end the Shotspotter contract.
Reset with Sasha-Ann Simons

‘Reset’ host Sasha-Ann Simons interviews WBEZ reporters Mariah Woelfel and Tessa Weinberg on Feb. 20, 2024.

WBEZ’s Reset with Sasha-Ann Simons is your forum for the Chicago conversation.

We bring context to the latest local news with journalists, experts and newsmakers. And we cover a wide variety of beats from State and City Politics to Arts and Culture to the Environment. Every Tuesday, we talk Health and Wellness. Every Thursday, it’s Food and Music. We’re on the latest news stories throughout the week and on Fridays in our Weekly News Recap.

Reset really is your forum. We love to work your voice and ideas into the show. To leave a suggestion, news tip or feedback, leave us a voicemail at 888-915-9945 or email us at reset@wbez.org.

If you’re a local listener, join us live on the radio weekdays from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. CT on 91.5 FM WBEZ. You can also listen from anywhere live or on delay online and on the WBEZ app.

Not much of a radio listener? We’re working hard to meet folks where they like to read, watch and listen to news, culture and conversation.

You can find Reset on YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, X, Facebook and our podcast.

We’ve also got a great daily newsletter that hits your inbox at 10:30 a.m. every weekday. Sign up here!

Recent
In the summer 2022, Gregory Michie was unexpectedly reassigned for the fall term from teaching middle school children to instructing K-8 students.
The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Live Nation and its subsidiary, Ticketmaster, calling the company a “monopoly.”
The Chicago Department of Public Health is training members of the public to identify warning signs.
State senators approved a $53.1 budget plan Sunday, sending it to the House for review.
A Chicago writer was diagnosed with thoracic endometriosis in 2021. Before that a doctor told her, “That’s so rare. No one ever gets that.”
NU president Michael Schill testified before a House committee on Thursday, alongside the presidents of Rutgers and UCLA.
CPS programs have been put to the test by the surge in migrant population in the city — and they seem to be failing.
So far, restaurants say the effort to sell “copi” fish isn’t working out as they hoped.
Their debut album Your Day Will Come came out in April.
The deadline looms for lawmakers to pass the state budget, while Chicago alders approve overturning a decision to end the Shotspotter contract.