OTL #476: DIY media with ChiPRC, Is the Chicago accent disappearing?, Acoustic guitar virtuoso John Hulburt’s Secret History

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OTL host Mike Stephen offers Baby Mikey his first non-Intelligentsia/non-Peet's coffee.

OTL host Mike Stephen offers Baby Mikey his first non-Intelligentsia/non-Peet's coffee.

Mike Stephen talks with Chicago Publishers Resource Center [ChiPRC] director John Wawrzaszek about their Indiegogo campaign to support their mission of  serving Chicago’s literary and arts community, chats with Nothin’ but Blue Skies: The Heyday, Hard Times, and Hopes of America’s Industrial Heartland author Edward “Ted” McClelland about the future of the Chicago accent, and checks in with Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about early-1970s acoustic guitar master John Hulburt for this week’s edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music. Meanwhile, Mike digs into our archives and plays a clip from OTL #38 in honor of local coffee roaster Intelligentsia selling out to Peet’s Coffee & Tea. This week’s local music is provided by John Ballantyne’s Crazy Heart.

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