After Hours with Rick Kogan Episode 200: Chicago Party Aunt, Dick Simpson & Alicia Eler

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RIck hits episode 200 of After Hours!

Rick celebrates episode 200 of After Hours by first talking to Dick Simpson about his new book “The Good Fight: Life Lessons from a Chicago Progressive,” where he writes about some of his amazing experiences as a “1960 civil rights stand-in, a top spot in Eugene McCarthy’s presidential run, & four intense campaigns for Chicago alderman.” Then, Alicia Eler calls in to talk about her book “Selfie Generation: How Our Self-Images are Changing Our Notions of Privacy, Sex, Content and Culture.”

Then, Rick (aka the “obituary-writing King of Chicago”) getsĀ  to talk to the enigmatic and titillating Twitter sensation, Chicago Party Aunt.

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