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  1. OTL #622: The Secret History of Megon McDonough, Girls Rock Chicago, Photo-Curio performs live2018/09/16

    Mike Stephen kicks off a local music-themed show by giving some love to the new show Instagram page , learns the Secret History of folk-rocker Megon McDonough with the great Steve Krakow (aka: Plastic Crimewave ), discusses the important work of Girls Rock Chicago , and welcomes the local band Photo-Curio into the studio to rock out on the air.
  2. OTL #621: The parallels between 1968 and 2018, Finding your roots, The return of Derek Erdman2018/09/08

    Mike Stephen discusses the parallels between the sociopolitical climate of 1968 and 2018 with journalist Mick Dumke , learns about finding the roots of the Black Chicago experience with The Triibe's editor in chief Tiffany Walden, and welcomes artist Derek Erdman back to Chicago to get the skinny on his new show. The local music this week brought to us by Brian Sangmeister .
  3. OTL #620: Knocking on doors for votes, WFOV-LP serves Flint, The Secret History of Larry Sturm2018/09/01
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  4. OTL #619: The story of tied houses in Chicago2018/08/25
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  5. OTL #618: Expressway moratorium, Civic engagement with your neighbors, The Secret History of Kristin Lems2018/08/19

    Mike Stephen discusses the possibility of enacting a moratorium on the expansion of expressways in Chicagoland with Ron Burke of the Active Transportation Alliance , previews a community-building event called the CivicLab Harambee with Tom Tresser, and learns the Secret History of Evanston activist folk singer Kristin Lems . The local music this week flows from J P J .
  6. OTL #617: Saucy Porka expands, Park District life hacks, The Tim Gleason Band plays live2018/08/11

    Mike Stephen drops by the new Saucy Porka restaurant in Hyde Park and chats with owner and chef Amy Le about what it's like as a restaurant owner in the city, learns about some tips and tricks to navigating the Chicago Park District's signup process, and rocks out to live music from Tim Gleason and Kathleen Riordan in the studio.
  7. OTL #616: Cycle of Injustice, First time run for alderman, The Secret History of Marvin Smith2018/08/04
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  8. OTL #615: Disparities in school funding and school discipline, A tribute to Val of Val’s Halla Records2018/07/28

    Mike Stephen chews through the CPS funding data with Jessica Kursman of UIC's Voorhees Center , explores the impact of discipline policies in Illinois public schools with Kalin Belsha of the Chicago Reporter , and tips his hat to the late local music legend Val Camilletti of Val's Halla Records in Oak Park. The local music this week is powered by Rum Velvet.
  9. OTL #614: Ald. Waguespack on Chicago leadership, IL Railway Museum, The Secret History of The Riptides2018/07/21

    Mike Stephen talks with Chicago Alderman Scott Waguespack about his views on the city's leadership, learns about the Illinois Railway Museum , and visits the lair of Steve Krakow (aka Plastic Crimewave ) to discover the Secret History of 60s garage-rockers The Riptides . Local music this week courtesy of Sun Cop .
  10. OTL #613: Aldermanic impact on affordable housing, Closed Loop Forum, Tacos y Tamales Fest2018/07/14
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  11. OTL #612: Chicago Voyagers, The Secret History of Matt “Guitar” Murphy, WRWO-FM serves Ottawa, IL2018/07/07
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  12. OTL #611: Connecting Chicago communities, The Mattachine Podcast, Getting excited about local science2018/06/30
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  13. OTL #610: Ogden’s vision for Chicago, The Battle of Lincoln Park, The Secret History of Mugicians2018/06/23
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  14. OTL #609: Police oversight reform, Woodworking in Portage Park, One Illinois aims to unite our state2018/06/16

    Mike Stephen discusses community oversight of the police with Frank Chapman of the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression , visits an Irish immigrant who is a great craftsman and musician named Aidan O'Toole , and learns about a new media company called One Illinois and its mission to unite our state. The local music this week comes from the local Celtic band Anish.
  15. OTL #608: The Parking Ticket Geek returns, 26th St. is a food destination, The Secret History of Iron Lung2018/06/09
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  16. OTL #607: Ald. Ramirez-Rosa on proposed cop and fire academy, Voting rights in IL, Dina Bach performs live2018/06/02

    Mike Stephen talks with 35th ward Alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa about his opposition to the proposed Police Academy on Chicago's west side and the blow-back he's received from the city council, chats with Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights intern Alex Boutros about voting rights restrictions in Illinois , and local musician Dina Bach stops by to play some sweet studio jamz.
  17. OTL #606: Following money in IL politics, WPNV-LP serves Peoria, The Secret History of Master Plan Inc.2018/05/26
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  18. OTL #605: Every Lot Chicago, Lowering the voting age to 16 in IL, Afrofuturism2018/05/19

    Mike Stephen explores the urban art project @EverylotChicago with creator Neil Freeman , talks about lowering the voting age with Vote16 Illinois state board member Pooja Patel, and dives into the topic of Afrofuturism with author Ytasha Womack . The local music this week is powered by New Drugs .
  19. OTL #604: Chicago Mini Maker Faire, The Folded Map Project, The Secret History of The Weaker Sex2018/05/12
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  20. OTL #603: Past and current West Side issues, Landmarks IL works to save buildings, Cops in local public schools2018/05/05
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  21. OTL #602: Cook Co.’s rental market, WELT-LP serves Fort Wayne, The Secret History of Deacon Jones2018/04/28
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  22. OTL #601: Fritz Kaegi’s plans, Racial equity and local transportation, Pope Francis as a merciful leader2018/04/21
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  23. OTL #600: The OTL 600 Spectacular2018/04/14
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  24. OTL #599: Loyola University strike, Secret Chicago, Chi Teen Lit Fest preview2018/04/08

    This week Mike Stephen reveals his debut on the local podcast Improvised Star Trek , dives into the contract negotiations between the Non-Tenured-Track (NTT) faculty and Loyola University Chicago, chats with local author Jessica Mlinaric about her new book Secret Chicago , and previews the Chicago Public Library's ChiTeenLitFest . Local music for #OTL599 is powered by Melody Angel .
  25. OTL #598: Local transportation update, KTWH-FM anchors Two Harbors, MN, The Secret History of Joe Carter2018/04/01
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