OTL: Episode #209- The Future of the Polish Triangle, Revisiting the Felony Franks Controversy, U of C’s Chicago Weekly
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(podcasting from the studios in the OTL Bunker, somewhere in Chicago)
(broadcasting on the “Chicago weekly” radio station WLUW-FM (88.7) Chicago)
Mike Stephen visits the Polish Triangle to discuss its future, hears from Ald. Bob Fioretti on the Felony Franks hot dog issue, and chats with U of C students about their school’s paper, The Chicago Weekly.
Eleanor Mayer– Assistant Program Manager for Wicker Park Bucktown
We visit the Polish Triangle at the intersection of Division, Ashland, and Milwaukee to discuss this historic area’s future. You can read a report on the history and future of the Polish Triangle here.
The Polish Triangle
On OTL #201 we went inside Felony Franks, a hot dog stand on Jackson and Western. This week week we hear a clip from an interview between Mike Stephen and Ald. Bob Fioretti (2nd) where the Alderman says why he’s opposed to the theme of the joint. The clip comes from an episode of Issue Forum on CAN-TV.
Brian Hieggelke– Editor and Publisher of New City
Harry Backlund, Clare Fentress, Kelsey Gee- Students at the University of Chicago and part of the Chicago Weekly editorial team
We learn about this college newspaper that aims to tell the stories of the South Side community.
OTL #209 local music provided by The Maybenauts…