#AlwaysAndersonville: The Podcast
In continuation of our 2017 #AlwaysAndersonville campaign, the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce launched #AlwaysAndersonville: The Podcast in March 2018 as a vehicle in which to tell the stories of our local business community and the devoted owners and managers running the day-to-day operations.
Episodes air weekly, on Tuesdays, and are launched as part of The Andersonville Weekly, our weekly roundup of curated business news highlights. Please subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, or download weekly on our hosting platform, Podbean.
Or, view individual 2018 EPISODE SHOW NOTES below:
Episode 17: The story of Classes on Clark with Bob Goins
Episode 16: The story of Cassona Home Furnishing and Accessories with Alma Gutierrez
Episode 15: The story of Passerotto with Chef Jennifer Kim and Tegan Brace
Episode 14: The story of Orange Shoe Personal Fitness with Ted Fournier
Episode 13: The story of Milk Handmade and Honey Bridal with Hallie Borden
Episode 12.4: Midsommarfest FAQs + The story of Lakeside Pride Music Ensembles with Shelly Fuerte
Episode 12.3: The story of Edgewater Candles with Mark Towns and Stephen Pearlman
Episode 12.2: The story of the 48th Ward with Alderman Harry Osterman
Episode 12.1: The story of author David Jay Collins
Episode 11: The story of Pivot Arts with Julieanne Ehre
Episode 10: The story of the 2018-19 Andersonville Neighborhood Gide with photographer Mike Rivera
Episode 9: The story of Early to Bed with Searah Deysach
BONUS 1: The story of the Andersonville Farmers Market & Chicago Patchwork Farms
Episode 8: The story of Rivendell Theatre Ensemble with the cast of The Cake
Episode 7: The story of CESCAS Margarita Bar & Grille with Maybelline Pereda
Episode 6: The story of The Guesthouse Hotel with Rick Verkler
Episode 5: The story of KOVAL Distillery with Sonat Birnecker Hart
Episode 4: The story of Cowboys and Astronauts with Matthew Buccilla
Episode 3: The story of Swedish American Museum with Karen Moen Abercrombie
#AlwaysAndersonville: The Podcast is recorded in partnership with Transistor Radio and engineer Andy Miles, and is recorded locally in Studio C at 5224 N Clark, lower level. Make sure to check out Transistor Radio’s monthly webcast as well, featuring monthly roundups our podcast episodes in #AlwaysAndersonville: Monthly.