Morning Shift: Thursday, February 18, 2016

Morning Shift: Thursday, February 18, 2016

The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art seems to be one step closer to not being built in Chicago. Court proceedings this week reveal that the officials behind the attraction are considering other cities and sites for the project. We discuss. And is drug addiction covered in the media and looked at differently depending on the community? Is structural racism a factor? According to Kassandra Frederique, “Blacks and Latinos stand by, watching as public health officials rush to bring an abundance of resources in to help predominantly white communities.” When you break out the new album from the Minneapolis-based band The Pines, you’re transported to a place that’s chilly and wind-swept. They join us to talk about their new album and play a few songs.