Afternoon Shift 'Afternoon Shift' #202: Poetic justice Afternoon Shift December 3, 2012 [View the story "'Afternoon Shift' #202: Poetic justice" on Storify]'Afternoon Shift' #202: Poetic justicePoet and performer Kevin Coval and 'RedEye's' Ernest Wilkins discuss Kennedy Center honoree and Chicago blues man Buddy Guy, another violent weekend and speed cameras. Plus the latest on the Bears and the Burge proceedings. And local actors help bring dead poets back to life.Storified by · Mon, Dec 03 2012 11:51:26 More content below this sponsor message Chicago poet andperformer Kevin Coval and the RedEye’s digital media producer Ernest Wilkins help us unpack the news. This weekend saw celebrations--NIU earns a bid to the Orange Bowl and the Kennedy Center honored Chicago blues man Buddy Guy--and tragedy. It was another very violent weekend in the Windy City.NIU Football Orange Bowl ReactionniuhuskiesdotcomPresident Obama Speaks at the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors ReceptionwhitehouseInvestigative reporter John Conroy provides an update on Alton Logan’s lawsuit against former police commander Jon Burge. Logan was wrongfully convicted--and imprisoned for 26 years--for a murder he did not commit. The suit alleges Burge oversaw concealed information that would have exonerated him. Federal trial of ex-cop Jon Burge is postponed after judge says issues "need to be resolved."Chicago TribuneFollowing an overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Bears super fan Justin Kaufmann is eerily quiet. Luckily, Rick Kogan called in another Coffman---more specifically, Jim Coffman from The Beachwood Reporter. Dead poets are brought back to life in Chicago Slam Works Dead or Alive Battle Royale for Slam Poetry Supremacy for All Eternity! We're joined by the ghosts of Gwendolyn Brooks and Langston Hughes.