As I’ve said, The Frunchroom started after several conversations with friends. Chuck Sudo was one of those people and he’ll be reading with us next week.
Born and raised on Chicago’s Northwest Side, Chuck dreamed of living east of Halsted Street near a baseball park … but he was a Cubs fan back then. He traded in his Cubs hat for a White Sox ballcap and has called Bridgeport home for 16 years—long enough to be considered a ‘naturalized’ resident of the ‘neighborhood of mayors.’
Most recently the editor-in-chief of Chicagoist, Chuck’s reporting has appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times, Time Out Chicago, Playboy.com, Centerstage, Chicago magazine, the Chicago Reader and Eater Chicago. He’s read onstage at Tuesday Funk, That’s All She Wrote and The Paper Machete, all while trumpeting why he wished he moved Out South sooner. He will be available for beers, bullshitting and job offers after the show.
Chuck will read about how his love of biking informed his greater knowledge and love of the South Side.
See Chuck and the rest of our readers at O’Rourke’s Office on April 16th at 730pm.