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Artist Interviews Keith Morris and OFF!

OFF! is the outcome of gathering hardcore punk musicians all with illustrious backgrounds and immense appeal within the genre. Most notably Keith Morris (formerly of Black Flag and The Circle Jerks) serving as frontman. CHIRP Radio’s Blake Burkhart caught up with the supergroup amidst 2011’s Pitchfork Music Festival.

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Topics: blake burkhart, keith morris, off

Chicago Theatre Off Book Chicago Theatre Off Book: Jan. 27, 2012 Ed.

Chicago Theatre Off Book is reviewing HIGHLY RECOMMENDED offerings at Lookingglass, A Red Orchid, Chicago Dramatists, and Collaboraction. In addition, we chat about comedy with David Cerda from Hell in a Handbag and almost with Kelly Leonard from Second City.

And of course, we have a new Got A Minute? segment from a local playwright. Have a listen! Plus, don’t forget to pick your favorite among the five finalists with HONOR AWARDS 2011. This episode of Chicago Theatre Off Book was partially underwritten by The STEP Fund.

Shot phrase of the day: Comedy

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News The Pastor on the Roof

Pastor Corey Brooks of New Beginnings Church in Woodlawn believes you have to take a stand for your beliefs, even if that means some personal sacrifice.

Pastor Brooks has had enough of murders in his neighborhood, so much so that he’s been living in a tent on the roof of the abandoned motel across the street from his church on South King Drive. And he’s not coming down until he can raise $450,000 to buy the property and put up a community center.

He’s been up there since Thanksgiving. The community center would be part of Project HOOD (Helping Others Obtain Destiny), and Pastor Brooks hopes his efforts can bring a positive change to his neighborhood. CHIRP News spoke with Pastor Brooks in December.

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Chicago Theatre Off Book Chicago Theatre Off Book: Jan. 20, 2012 Ed.

Chicago Theatre Off Book is reviewing fairytales and sexual revolution shows at Lifeline Theatre and The Oracle Theare. In addition, we chat about upcoming shows at Collaboraction Theatre and A Red Orchid Theatre with Anthony Moseley and Brett Neveu. And of course, we have two new Got A Minute? segments from local playwrights.

Have a listen! Plus, don’t forget to vote for your 2011 favorites with HONOR AWARDS 2011. This episode of Chicago Theatre Off Book was partially underwritten by The STEP Fund.

Shot phrase of the day: Talk About

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Artist Interviews Cave

Chicago’s own CAVE is headlining Psych Fest 3 at The Hideout this Friday, January 20th. CHIRP DJ Kate Puhala interviewed Cooper Crain of CAVE at the CHIRP studio in Chicago. Having just returned from a coast-to-coast tour of the US, Crain talks about the band’s influences, affinity for cassette tapes, and playing shows on flatbed trucks and in caves.

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Topics: cave, kate puhala

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