Alisa Baum from the Old Town School of Folk Music comes on the show to talk about the school and her work in the community
Michael, Katy and Thom open up our first July show of 2017.
New Orleans band Water Seed comes on the show to talk about their music, and life in NOLA.
Josina, the first Asian-American Chicago Water Reclamation Commissioner comes on the show to discuss her work at the WRD.
Jonah joins Katy on the show to talk about his work covering the CPD at The Chicago Reporter
Katy Hogan and Michael James talk about setting up and running the Heartland Cafe, a multi-decade Rogers Park institution. Sponsored by the Rogers Park/West Ridge historical society. Topics include immigrant rights, Harold Washington, and progressive politics
Live From the Heartland's own Lynn Orman Weiss comes on the show to talk about the upcoming Chicago Blues Fest.
Founder of the Bean Soup Times, Toure Muhammad comes on the show to talk about his work.
Michael and Thom open up the show. Bryan and Laura talk to us about the 24th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival.
Gabe comes on the show to talk about Protect Rogers Park. Anthony closes off the show with his music.
Craig comes on the show to talk about his new book The Ernie Bedlam Stories.
Michael, Katy and Thom kick off the show at the Heartland Cafe, and Ben Head joins to talk about his work.
Brian comes on the show to discuss his production Where Did We Sit On the Bus?
Heather Booth joins us on the show to talk about her documentary Heather Booth: Changing the World
Karen Sheley from the ACLU comes on the show to discuss police violence and accountability.
Michael, Katy and Thom open up the show with news and information on upcoming events
New Mexico band Bayou Seco joins the show to discuss their music and play some tunes
Andrea comes on the show to discuss property taxes in Chicago
Justin and his son join us on the show to talk about his work with radio in Chicago.
Floyd and Rhonda come on the show to talk about 2nd Amendment Rights