Last night’s conversation with Alison Cuddy about the upcoming Chicago Humanities Festival accomplished just about everything I hoped it would. I didn’t get around to asking her how she goes about preparing for her own interviews (such as with Penn Jillette on Nov. 4) but we did cover the history of the CHF, its mission, the importance of underwriting, lots of this year’s programming, and the relative affordability of it all. We talked about other stuff, too, but you can listen for yourself at the link below. Thank you for listening.
- Local Anesthetic Playlist – October 9, 2016 with special guest, Alison Cuddy of the Chicago Humanities Festival:
- JC Brooks “You Can’t Break Me”
- Robbie Fulks “Aunt Peg’s New Old Man”
- Frankie Knuckles “Move Your Body”