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NaPodPoMo: Episode 23 - Lincoln Square

NaPodPoMo: Episode 23 - Lincoln Square

February 21, 2021

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 23 of  my NaPodPoMo series.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about the community of Lincoln Square, which not only is where I train Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, but has some of the best cafes in the city! 

This is mile #21 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "Welles Park Gazebo, Chicago" by jojolae is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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NaPodPoMo Episode 22 - Northcenter

NaPodPoMo Episode 22 - Northcenter

February 7, 2021

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It's Episode 22 of  my NaPodPoMo series.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about the community area of Northcenter! 

This is mile #20 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "New 'Welcome to Roscoe Village' Painted Sign on Roscoe at the Train Tracks" by danxoneil is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 21 - Riverview Park

NaPodPoMo: Episode 21 - Riverview Park

February 1, 2021

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It's Episode 21 of  my NaPodPoMo series.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about Riverview Park, former Chicago amusement park, billed as "the world's largest amusement park" in it's heyday! 

This is mile #19 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "Riverview Amusement Park 1943 Gate Pass 'Front'" by riptheskull is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 20 - Logan Square/Bucktown

NaPodPoMo: Episode 20 - Logan Square/Bucktown

January 25, 2021

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 20 of  my NaPodPoMo series.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about the  communities of Logan Square and Bucktown.  

This is mile #18 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: ""Bird's eye view of the existing Logan Square traffic circle" by Steven Vance is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 19 - Humboldt Park/Wicker Park

NaPodPoMo: Episode 19 - Humboldt Park/Wicker Park

January 21, 2021

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 19 of  my NaPodPoMo series.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about the  communities of Humboldt Park and Wicker Park.  Did you know that Frank Baum wrote 'Wizard of Oz' while living in Humboldt Park?  Well, tune in to this episode to learn a bunch of other things you may not know! 

This is mile #17 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "Humboldt Park (Puerto Rican) Entrance on Division Street" by puroticorico is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 18 - Ukrainian Village

NaPodPoMo: Episode 18 - Ukrainian Village

January 13, 2021

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 18 of  my NaPodPoMo series.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about the  community area of Ukrainian Village, as well as the local cafe and Chicago coffee powerhouse, Dark Matter Coffee!

This is mile #16 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "Ukrainian Village Street Scene - Chicago - Illinois" by Adam Jones, Ph.D. - Global Photo Archive is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 17 - Near West Side

NaPodPoMo: Episode 17 - Near West Side

December 28, 2020

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 17 of NaPodPoMo 2020.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about the vast community area of the Near West Side, which encompasses a number of Chicago neighborhoods and attractions. 

This is mile #15 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of the National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "United Center and Surrounding Neighborhood, Chicago, Illinois" by Ken Lund is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 16 - Tri-Taylor Historic District

NaPodPoMo: Episode 16 - Tri-Taylor Historic District

December 26, 2020

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 16 of NaPodPoMo 2020.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about one of my favorite independent cafes, Chicago Hope Coffee, as well as one of my least favorite places in the city, The Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center. We top off the discussion by looking at their surrounding neighborhood, the Tri-Taylor Historic District

 

This is mile #14 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of the National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "File:Tri-Taylor HD Chicago IL.jpg" by Andrew Jameson is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 15 - Douglass Park

NaPodPoMo: Episode 15 - Douglass Park

December 14, 2020

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 15 of NaPodPoMo 2020.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about one of my favorite parks in the city, newly renamed Douglass Park, and one of my favorite events that happen there, Riot Fest!

This is mile #13 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of the National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "Frederick Douglass" by Marion Doss is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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NaPodPoMo: Episode 14 - La Villita (Little Village)

NaPodPoMo: Episode 14 - La Villita (Little Village)

December 8, 2020

Hey Everyone!

It's Episode 14 of NaPodPoMo 2020.

On this mile of our journey, I talk about one of my favorite neighborhoods in this city, La Villita aka Little Village.   

This is mile #12 of our exploration of the longest street in Chicago, Western Ave, which spans 24 miles right through the city. We'll be taking the rest of 2020 to  "Stroll down Western Ave." as part of the National Podcasting Post Month.  We didn't finish in November, but the party don't stop! 

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Cover Photo Credit: "La Villita Arch" by reallyboring is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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