OTL #492: Ending gender bias, Cell phone camera rights, The Secret History of Buster Benton

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The Secret History of Chicago Music mastermind Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) and OTL host Mike Stephen strike the most badass of badass poses on Western Avenue.

The Secret History of Chicago Music mastermind Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) and OTL host Mike Stephen strike the most badass of badass poses on Western Avenue.

Mike Stephen talks with Chicago Foundation for Women director of programs Alysia Tate about eliminating gender bias via The 100% Project and their Talk It Out program; chats with academic artist and activist Ricardo Gamboa about Can I Film the Police?, the third episode of the “Rights Lab” web series that’s screening at the Music Box Theatre; and checks in with Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about mysterious disco blues guitarist Buster Benton for this week’s “Winter Blues” edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music. Meanwhile, we tie together two previous OTL segments by discussing My Block, My Hood, My City moving into the Wicker Park “Boombox” storefront. This week’s local music is provided by Grood.

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