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Parenting and Entrepreneurship: Starting businesses doesn’t have to stop when you start a family. We’ll get advice from Jill Salzman host of the podcast Breaking Down Your Business and founder of FoundingMoms.com, a network of small business owners who also have to juggle a family.
Council of Feminist Thought: We are joined by Cassandra Gaddo of the Step Up Women’s Network to talk about the most UN-Feminist Wednesday week in the NFL’s history, an ever elusive paycheck fairness law, and dress codes for teenagers,
Medical Marijuana: Medical marijuana should be available in Illinois within the next year and our colleagues at WBEZ are covering the many issues the new policies could raise. Yolanda Perdomo shares one story about a family looking to treat an epileptic child with cannibidiols and another about a new opportunity for medical fraud.
Chewing the Fat: Unpasteurized milk is a delicacy, contraband, and a part of some people’s daily diet. Monica Eng and Louisa Chu chat with us about raw milk recipes and regulation.
Nicky Hilton: Hilton hotel heiress and author of the new book 365 Style, Nicky Hilton talks with 1833.fm editor Zach Swezy about New York Fashion Week, what a crazy party is like when you’re crazy rich, and whether pencil skirts and health goth are in or out.
Living Large: AJ Lubecker shares his personal spending woes and we all try to get better at buying dumb things at stupid prices.
America’s Alleys: A unique feature of Chicago is it’s alley system. Rachel Anspach and Michelle Dingsun joins us to talk about their upcoming book America’s Alleys and the ways the humble back street shapes the cities and towns that use it.
Week in Social Media: Curtis Shaw Flagg tells us what people are mad about, celebrating, organizing around, and laughing at online every Monday. This week it’s the good that some athletes are doing and tales of caution from corporate Twitter overreaching.
Moneyball: Surprise! The Bears pulled out a last minute win against San Francisco after the papers went to press. LaToya Smith, ever a beacon of hope, breaks down the league’s results from the past week.