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Meet Gene Ha (that’s Golf Echo November Echo Hotel Alpha), four time Eisner award winning comic book artist and author of Mae. In this episode, Gene shares his story of becoming an artist, inspires us to become goo-goos and invites us to check out the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo.
And while Mae isn’t available […]
Meet Max Temkin, co-creator of Cards Against Humanity. In this episode, Max gives us inside story of how this popular game for terrible people was born, shares some insight and inspiration into the Chicago political system and provides a rapid fire Chicago Secrets list that you might need to listen to three […]
Congratulations! We’ve all just gotten our dream jobs in Sydney, Australia and we’re leaving in a month. So what will you do before you go? In this episode, Stefania, Arden and their official pinch hitter guest, Mike, talk about what they would do in that scenario – from the must-see-one-more-time museums to that last […]
Meet Maggie Schutz, Executive Director of Learnaplooza, the festival where you get to choose your own adventure. In this episode, Maggie talks about bringing this incredible festival to life, shares a favorite park in the city and takes home a This Day In Chicago win.
There are two festivals right around the corner! Learn more […]
Meet Alisa Rosenthal, also known as Plucky Rosenthal the Jewish star of stage and stage. In this episode, the vivacious Alisa tells the story of her vaudeville variety act, encourages Chicagoans to drive, walk, transit and live with compassion for others and invites us to check out the Picture of Dorian Gray […]
Meet Andy Fleming, producer and host of the Two-Hour Comedy Hour. In this bumperiest episode ever, Andy Fleming talks about putting together a comedy showcase, cussing while bussing, taking piss back and Gramma J’s diner.
Want to share a […]
Your eyes and ears are not deceiving you. It’s something new from Your Chicago! We’re taking the show on the road and bringing you some 5-10 minute Minisodes around the city. In our first minisode, we check in with Patrick “Deep Dish” Bertoletti, former podcast guest, at his new joint “
Meet Maria Kim, President and CEO of The Cara Program. In this episode, prepare to get inspired as Maria tells us about how The Cara Program is transforming the lives of Chicagoans, shares an amazing restaurant on a hidden cobblestone street and helps us invent the Party Bus app (patent pending).
You’re going to want […]
Meet Nick Taylor, Educational Director for Robot City Workshop (among many other things). In this episode, Nick tells us about how a robot hobby turned into a Robot Workshop that educates and entertains children and adults, berates Chicagoans who choose to wear shorts when it’s NOT TIME YET and shares one of his favorite […]