The Road Not Taken…

January 29, 2013 in GPRX Blog by Jones Franzel

Have there been moments in your life when you came to a fork in the road?

On the 50th anniversary of Robert Frost's death, Chicagoans recite Frost's most famous poem and discuss their own paths taken, and not. From the brilliant producers at Curie Youth Radio.

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Summer on 64th by Tonette of Curie Youth Radio

August 11, 2010 in Youthcast by Molly Adams

Ain't the South Side of Chicago gorgeous?

I live in the great city of Chicago and not only has summer begun, it is in full sweltering, mosquito biting, leaf wilting, sweaty armpitting FORCE. Hey, no one lives here for the weather. But before it really got started, I have to take myself back to the beginning when summer was actually light and breezy, filled with chirping birds and neighbors out and about.

This week's feature, about the very beginning of summer here in the Second City, comes from Tonette of Curie Youth Radio. Summer on 64th is short and sweet so regardless of whether you live in the sultry Midwest, or the breezy coasts, you can get outside and enjoy your summer because one thing's for sure: in a few months time, you'll wish you were this sticky again.

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The newly installed camera that Tonette mentions. Thanks, Google!

Music in this episode is by YACHT. You can download their album, See Mystery Lights, for free because it is all up on the Free Music Archive.