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'Afternoon Shift' Episode 107: Long hot summer

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Long Sands Beach, York, ME. (Flickr/Mr. Nixter)

Monday on Afternoon Shift, we talk about the issues that come hand in hand with heat. Like what the Chicago Police should do to combat rising violence issues. Curtis Lawrence and Lisa Donovan are in for the 3@3 with your latest hot summer headlines and DCASE Cultural Commissioner Michelle Boone explains the thought process behind the new draft of Chicago's cultural plan, released today. And put this on your summer reading list: Alec Nevala-Lee, author of The Icon Thief, joins to talk about his book.


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