Prior to all that, Justin served as a reporter for a pair of local newspapers in the Bay Area, a technical writer for the State of Illinois and a garbage man for a local junk-hauling franchise. He studied radio at the Transom Story Workshop.
Stories by Justin Bull
At-home living inspired WBEZ bookworm Greta Johnsen to read 95 books this year (over 25 more than last year). Here are her 10 favorites.
Grief counselor Claire Bidwell Smith explains how anxiety is part of grieving and how grieving is now part of everyday life.
You know that feeling you get in a new city, where either it agrees with you or doesn’t? “I just made it literal,” says author N.K. Jemisin.
A draft copy of John Bolton’s forthcoming book has prompted renewed calls for witness testimony. That story and more are in today’s Rundown.
Plus, violent protests erupt at the U.S. embassy in Baghdad. Those stories and more are in today’s Rundown newsletter.
An Iranian spokesman called the bombings “an example of terrorism.” That story and more are in today’s Rundown newsletter.
When WBEZ’s podcast team isn’t making podcasts, they’re listening to them. Here are our favorites from 2019.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker spent about $3 million of his own money on public expenditures this year, a practice that worries some advocates.
Officials said 500,000 drivers were eligible for city sticker debt relief but only 11,400 applied. That story and more in today’s Rundown.
When the staff at WBEZ need a good book recommendation, they turn to Nerdette host Greta Johnsen. Here are her 10 favorites from 2019.