Once again, another installment of B-Sides provides three pretty different listening experiences from local musicians.
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Katie talks to Jack Maples, a Total Asshole, about the shortest road trip of all time before their show at Mike 'N Molly's tonight.
Chris looks at the issues raised by the data in the U of I revenue and expenses report, including the astronomical coaching salaries and whether student-athletes should (finally) be paid.
Jess and Pam attend another beer dinner, this time sponsored by Goose Island Beer and held at Prairie Fruits Farm.
Jay Rosenstein, the producer of In Whose Honor?, provides some thoughts on Mike Ditka weighing in on the Washington Redskins nickname controversy.
Mathew hurtles full speed ahead into the world of middle-school literature with The Mark of the Dragonfly.
Brian gets an inside look at how the Sheriff acquired a massive MRAP truck from the 1033 Program.
Matthew Duco, Champaign County Young Democrat, voter rights activist, and campaign manager for Champaign Mayor Don Gerard joined, Rebecah and Sean at WEFT.