Our Girl and I will be on WBEZ-FM, Chicago’s public-radio station, this Sunday from eight to nine p.m. EST (opposite the Super Bowl, but who cares about that?). I’ll be speaking from the Upper West Side of Manhattan, she from a studio in Chicago. The occasion is the last episode of a week-long series called “Should I Stay or Should I Go?: The Local Artist’s Lament.” We’ll be chatting about the art scene in Chicago and–more generally–the state of the arts outside New York City. I dare say “About Last Night” will be mentioned, too, and there’ll also be a call-in segment.
This, by the way, is Our Girl’s first public appearance since taking the veil of anonymity, and while I don’t think she’ll demand that a voice filter be used, she has no intention of disclosing her secret identity on the air. Guessing is discouraged–we’d prefer not to have you killed, though we’ll do whatever’s necessary.
To learn more about the series, go here.
To listen to WBEZ on the Web in streaming audio, go here.
To listen on a plain old terrestrial radio, tune to 91.5 FM. (Loser.)
P.S. No, I do not plan to flash the host. This is radio, for God’s sake.