Morning Shift: November 12, 2015

Morning Shift: November 12, 2015

Back in 2004, Chicago musician Jeff Tweedy was at crossroads. His band Wilco was buzzing from critical and popular success that followed their album "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot." And Wilco was about to release a follow up, "A Ghost Is Born." But Tweedy was also struggling with migraine headaches and an addiction to painkillers. Shortly after his time in rehab, Tweedy talked with WBEZ about the ups and downs in his life. It was one of our favorite interviews we’ve aired here at the station. Now he joins us again to look back on that period. Plus, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle talks about why the county needs a hike in both the hotel tax and sales tax. And, we discuss the restrictions on the number of personal possessions for homeless Chicagoans. We hear how a policy was created and how it’s being enforced in two parts of the city. Plus, you can now crowdfund real estate projects in Chicago. We check in with real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin. And we have another installment of "My Life in Three Songs" with psychotherapist Jinnie Cristerna.