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The Frunchroom: Stories from Chicago's South Side
Stories by, about and for the South Side of Chicago
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April 15, 2018 04:16 PM PDT

Recorded on the last night of the Obama administration, it's our first show of 2017. Sorry it took so long.

John Chatz (blogger, tech consultant, softball player and father to many), Eric Charles May (writer, professor, Sox fan, native South Sider), Robin Baumgarten (WGN Morning News anchor and lifetime South Sider), L.D. Barnes (blogger, poet, mystery writer, essayist, wife and nerd) and Jamie Nesbitt Golden (journalist, mom, coffee-drinker, Buffy-expert).

Recorded on January 19th, 2017 at Beverly Woods Restaurant at 115th and Western Ave. Full show notes at thefrunchroom.com. Audio production and editing by @timlmata. Brought to you by your host Scott Smith – a resident of Beverly/Morgan Park – and The Beverly Area Arts Alliance. Catch the next Frunchroom live show on Thursday, April 19th at Beverly Arts Center at 730pm.

February 13, 2018 07:06 PM PST

It's a ladies' night edition of The Frunchroom.

Our readers are:

Sheila Maloney
(Mom, lawyer, professor, friend, wine enthusiast)

Eileen O’Connor
(Blogger)

Katy Jacob
(Writer, professional nerd, payments expert)

Eve Ewing
(Essayist, poet, sociologist, editor, artist)

Mare Swallow
(Writer, founder of Chicago Writers Conference, fan of gin, ukulele novice)

This episode was recorded by Jaime Black of Dynasty Podcasts on September 27th, 2016 at Beverly Woods Restaurant at 115th and Western. (The restaurant was briefly closed, but has been purchased and re-opened by a new set of owners.)

Brought to you by your host Scott Smith – a resident of Beverly/Morgan Park – and The Beverly Area Arts Alliance.

Our next Frunchroom live show is on Thursday, Aril 19th at Beverly Arts Center at 730pm. More details to follow.

December 29, 2017 10:18 AM PST

Our first show at Beverly Woods featured laughs, tears, poetry and prose. All about the South Side.

Our readers are:

Leah Chibe
Opinionated South Side beer drinker

Kelly Norman Ellis
Teacher, mother, poet, South Sider, southern woman

Bill Leslie
Lawyer, catcher for the Ridge Beverly Minor League Champion Redlegs (1969-1970)

Peter Nickeas
Chicago Tribune reporter

RHYTHM
Mother, art teacher, vegan, performing artist

Recorded on July 21st, 2016 at Beverly Woods Restaurant at 115th and Western Ave.

Full show notes at thefrunchroom.com. Audio production and editing by @timlmata.

Brought to you by your host Scott Smith – a resident of Beverly/Morgan Park – and The Beverly Area Arts Alliance.

Catch the next Frunchroom live show on Thursday, January 25th at Beverly Arts Center at 730pm.

November 15, 2017 06:04 AM PST

Better late than never, it's our first anniversary show!

Tim Baffoe
Sports columnist, high school teacher, former pizza driver, Ginger

Carrie Williams
Editor, Tribune Content Agency; Writer, Daily Southtown

Angel Simmons
Author, speaker, columnist, co-host of Do Not Submit – Englewood

Elaine Hegwood Bowen
Writer

Bill Savage
Editor, writer, Northwestern professor

Recorded on April 21st, 2016 at O'Rourke's Office at 111th and Western Ave.

Full show notes at thefrunchroom.com. Audio production and editing by @timlmata.

Brought to you by your host Scott Smith – a resident of Beverly/Morgan Park – and The Beverly Area Arts Alliance.

October 01, 2017 07:30 PM PDT

We're back!

If you're wondering what happened to Volumes 2 and 3, you'll have to listen to find out.

The readers:

James Finn Garner
Humorist, Politically Correct Bedtime Stories and Rex Koko, Private Clown

Lolly Bowean
Writer

Grace Kuikman
Editor, The Villager; Facilitator, Longwood Writers Guild

Mario Parker
Writer, Bloomberg News

Andrew Huff 
Founder, GapersBlock.com

Recorded on January 21st, 2016 at O'Rourke's Office at 111th and Western Ave.

Full show notes at thefrunchroom.com. Audio production and editing by @timlmata.

Brought to you by your host Scott Smith – a resident of Beverly/Morgan Park – and The Beverly Area Arts Alliance.

September 09, 2017 01:06 PM PDT

This is the first episode of The Frunchroom, a storytelling series about the South Side of Chicago, brought to you by your host Scott Smith – a resident of Beverly/Morgan Park – and The Beverly Area Arts Alliance.

The readers:

Adrienne Samuels Gibbs; writer, journalist, editor

Natalie Y. Moore; reporter, WBEZ, and author

Jen Sabella; deputy editor, DNAInfo Chicago

Dmitry Samarov; painter and writer

Chuck Sudo; writer/editor

Recorded on April 16, 2015 at O'Rourke's Office at 111th and Western Ave.

Full show notes at thefrunchroom.com. Audio production and editing by @timlmata.

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