Monthly Archives: July 2019

In the Frunchroom: Kathy Benson

One of the guarantees of a Frunchroom show is you’ll see and hear a mix of the old and new, the familiar and the fresh, neighborhood voices and surprising perspectives. Most importantly, The Frunchroom is a place where the line … Continue reading

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In the Frunchroom: Whitney Capps

In the larger conversation about the city, the nuance of the South Side and its many cultural gems are often ignored. Hyde Park has been a unique part of the South Side’s story for decades, encapsulating the conflicts of the … Continue reading

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In the Frunchroom: Jim DeRogatis

July brings hot temps (finally) and cool storytelling to The Frunchroom. Our first reader for our next show is critic, author and Sound Opinions co-host Jim DeRogatis. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, the year the Beatles arrived in America, … Continue reading

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In memoriam: Tom Cramer

Tom Cramer passed away on Friday, July 12th at the age of 54. Longtime Frunchroom attendees will remember Tom from the first night of our special two-night, 2nd anniversary extravaganza at Beverly Woods. But many people knew him as a … Continue reading

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The Frunchroom Vol. 18: It’s finally summer edition

Join us July 25th at 730pm at Beverly Arts Center (2407 W. 111th St.) for another evening of South Sider storytelling.  Here’s our lineup: Kathy Benson Wounded healer and daydream believer Whitney Capps Host of Grown Folks’ Stories, podcaster, improv’er Jim … Continue reading

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