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Comedian Sean White stops by the Morning AMp to drop some stand-up performance wisdom ahead of his album recording at “Comedians You Should Know” at Timothy O’Tooles.

Reggie “The Reel Critic” Ponder talks with Luis and Molly about ‘No Good Deed” and “A Walk Among The Tombstones”

Hip Hop Correspondent Gabe Mendoza reviews Joel Ortiz’s new album “House Slippers”

New York based English comedian Gina Yashere talks with the AMp ahead of her 5 sets this weekend at Zanies Chicago. 2 sets 9/19, 3 sets 9/20.

"Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People" is screening at Gene Siskel Film Center. Producer and writer Don Perry talks with the AMp about the film.

The Chicago South Asian Film Festival kicks off Thursday, September 18 and the AMp invited Deepti D’Cunha, the international film curator and Shalini Trivedi, a festival director, to get the scoop on the best films to catch. Luis Antonio Perez filled in for Brian Babylon today and Molly Adams was glad because Luis is not afraid to indulge a little fawning over a hot dude like Sendhil Ramamurthy.

(Photo is of Roshan Seth and Sendhil Ramamurthy in a still from Brahmin Bulls, screening 6:30 on Saturday, the 20th.)

Humboldt Park resident Dr. Coya Paz talks with the Morning AMp about the 3rd annual Riot Fest music festival held at the park. The park has remained closed while damage assessments are made after throngs of music fans pounded the muddy ground over the weekend.

WBEZ NWI reporter Mike Puente joins the Morning AMp to discuss an ongoing conversation about trauma centers for northwest Indiana and southern Chicago that has resurfaced after the death of a Merrillville police officer.

The Chicago South Asian Film Festival kicks off Thursday, September 18 and the AMp invited Deepti D’Cunha, the international film curator and Shalini Trivedi, a festival director, to get the scoop on the best films to catch. Luis Antonio Perez filled in for Brian Babylon today and Molly Adams was glad because Luis is not afraid to indulge a little fawning over a hot dude like Sendhil Ramamurthy.

(Photo is of Roshan Seth and Sendhil Ramamurthy in a still from Brahmin Bulls, screening 6:30 on Saturday, the 20th.)

WBEZ’s Yolanda Perdomo brings us a couple of stories around the impending legalization of marijuana for medical use. One story is about a local parent who wants medical marijuana to help her child cope with epilepsy. The other story is about the potential fraud that Yolanda discovered in the burgeoning medical marijuana industry.

(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)