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The Rundown | Chicago News Podcast

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In bite-sized episodes every weekday, we’ll keep you informed, tickled, geeked, and pondering on Chicago’s news, culture and people. Start and end your day with quick news roundups from the WBEZ newsroom. Plus, in the afternoons, dive deeper into conversations with the artists, journalists, and changemakers that shape the Windy City. The Rundown podcast is a one-stop-shop for all things Chicago.

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Vocalo’s Nudia Hernandez tells us about an immersive dance production wrapping up its multi-week run in Garfield Park.
A constitutional expert explains slavery’s influence on the creation of the electoral college and how the system affects democracy today.
Pastry chef Anna Posey will find out June 10 if she’ll win the 2024 James Beard Award for “Outstanding Pastry Chef or Baker.”
Zak Mucha, the president of the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis, says the mental health professionals working with the most vulnerable clients are often the most under-resourced.
The winter of our discontent is finally over, my friends. It is, officially, street festival season in Chicago.
“Shout OUT: A Tribute to Gays in Gospel Music” comes to the Beverly Arts Center on June 9.

In bite-sized episodes every weekday, we’ll keep you informed, tickled, geeked, and pondering on Chicago’s news, culture and people. Start and end your day with quick news roundups from the WBEZ newsroom. Plus, in the afternoons, dive deeper into conversations with the artists, journalists, and changemakers that shape the Windy City. The Rundown podcast is a one-stop-shop for all things Chicago.

Recent
Vocalo’s Nudia Hernandez tells us about an immersive dance production wrapping up its multi-week run in Garfield Park.
A constitutional expert explains slavery’s influence on the creation of the electoral college and how the system affects democracy today.
Pastry chef Anna Posey will find out June 10 if she’ll win the 2024 James Beard Award for “Outstanding Pastry Chef or Baker.”
Zak Mucha, the president of the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis, says the mental health professionals working with the most vulnerable clients are often the most under-resourced.
The winter of our discontent is finally over, my friends. It is, officially, street festival season in Chicago.
“Shout OUT: A Tribute to Gays in Gospel Music” comes to the Beverly Arts Center on June 9.