OTL #520: Hunting bobcats in IL, The Secret History of The Crucified, Getting personal with Therapy Sessions

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OTL meets Mr. Fix-It at the Hofbräuhaus Chicago! [OTL producer Andy Hermann and host Mike Stephen; Mr. Fix-It host Lou Manfredini and producer Lindsey Smithwick]

OTL meets Mr. Fix-It at the Hofbräuhaus Chicago! [OTL producer Andy Hermann and host Mike Stephen; Mr. Fix-It host Lou Manfredini and producer Lindsey Smithwick]

Mike Stephen talks with Marc Ayers, Illinois State Director of The Humane Society of the United States about why Illinois’ first bobcat hunting season in decades is a bad idea; checks in with former Homeroom program director Seth Vanek about his new venture hosting “Therapy Sessions” at the Hungry Brain; and chats with Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about Chicago’s very own ’70s protopunk band The Crucified for this week’s “The Fall of Punk” edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music. Meanwhile, we tell the tale of eating, drinking, and being merry with our friend Lou Manfredini last night at the Hofbräuhaus Chicago; and Mike recaps breakfast with his parents after OTL’s 10th anniversary show! This week’s local music is provided by Dos Santos: Anti-Beat Orquestra.

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