OTL #501: Sister Donna Quinn on her life of activism, Run Domestic Violence Out of Town, Dina Bach performs live

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Local musician Dina Bach previewed her new EP Kiss Me Like That all throughout OTL #501. Fortunately, OTL host Mike Stephen is only posing here.

Local musician Dina Bach previewed her new EP Kiss Me Like That all throughout OTL #501. Fortunately, OTL host Mike Stephen is only posing here.

Mike Stephen chats with activist nun Donna Quinn about fighting for gender equality as detailed in her new book Chicago Catholic Women: Its Role in Founding the Catholic Women’s Movement, talks with Run Domestic Violence Out of Town marathon campaign coordinator Bethany Gomillion Thompson about how running the Chicago Marathon can benefit the fight against domestic violence, and welcomes local singer-songwriter Dina Bach back to the studio to play live for the hour and to tell us about her new EP Kiss Me Like That. Meanwhile, we discuss Melissa’s Pal Crépes… the city’s first officially licensed food cart.

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