OTL #537: Living with lead in Chicago, Fatal crashes and cell phone privacy, Is Restaurant Week a good deal?

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OTL host Mike Stephen III and his son Mike Stephen IV watch an episode of Elmo's World while enjoying a tall glass of Chicago tap water. (Text "LEAD" to 312-697-1791 to find out more about potential lead poisoning in your area.)

OTL host Mike Stephen III and his son Mike Stephen IV watch an episode of Elmo's World while enjoying a tall glass of Chicago tap water. (Text "LEAD" to 312-697-1791 to find out more about potential lead poisoning in your area.)

Mike Stephen talks with City Bureau co-founder/editorial director Darryl Holliday about his news organization’s special issue “Living With Lead: How Generations of Chicagoans Carry the Weight of a Toxin Hiding in Plain Sight,” checks in with Streetsblog Chicago editor John Greenfield about his Chicago Reader column on whether or not police should be checking drivers’ phone records after serious crashes, and chats with Chicagoist food editor Anthony Todd about how not to get screwed by Restaurant Week 2017. Meanwhile, Mike explains why he turned down Portillo’s this week! This week’s local music is provided by Go Time!.

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