OTL #512: Turning the Page Chicago, Saving the monarch butterfly, The Secret History of The Sunshine Sequence

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WGN Radio host John Williams bumps into OTL host Mike Stephen at O'Hare International Airport... but they did not dine at The Publican. [photo circa August 3, 2011]

WGN Radio host John Williams bumps into OTL host Mike Stephen at O'Hare International Airport... but they did not dine at The Publican. [photo circa August 3, 2011]

Mike Stephen talks with Turning the Page Chicago managing director Kylia Kummer about engaging families with public schools to ensure a high-quality public education, chats with Keller Science Action Center at the The Field Museum social science coordinator Alexis Winter about “A Monarch’s View of the City” and the conservation efforts to save this important pollinator, and checks in with Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about 1960s all-girl garage band The Sunshine Sequence for this week’s edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music. Meanwhile, we discuss the fact that O’Hare International Airport is really stepping up its food game. This week’s local music is provided by Jaime Rojo.

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