OTL #513: Guided Meditation VR, Another way to fund CPS, A local Syrian-American sings his heart out

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OTL host Mike Stephen and Mr. Fix-It host Lou Manfredini, fellow "Chi-lebrities," pose for the paparazzi at a remote at The Hidden Shamrock in Lincoln Park. [photo circa December 13, 2014]

OTL host Mike Stephen and Mr. Fix-It host Lou Manfredini, fellow "Chi-lebrities," pose for the paparazzi at a remote at The Hidden Shamrock in Lincoln Park. [photo circa December 13, 2014]

Mike Stephen chats with Cubicle Ninjas CEO Josh Farkas about transporting yourself to exotic locations without leaving your home via the brand new Guided Meditation VR app, talks with Center for Tax and Budget Accountability executive director Ralph Martire about funding Chicago Public Schools via taxes on services, and checks in with local musician Bassel Almadani about his smooth funky tunes and his experiences as a Syrian-American artist. Meanwhile, we discuss what it’s like running into a genuine “Chi-lebrity.” This week’s local music is provided by the aforementioned Bassel & The Supernaturals.

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