Former Q101 DJ Todd "Fook" Fooks and Chicago Sun-Times reporter and neighborhoods columnist Mark Konkol give you the score on the week's stories in Chicagoland, with Fook's odd take on reality and Konkol's inside scoop on how "The City That Works" works. It's your must listen review of everything Chi-Town.
On this week's episode, hear Chicago band Fluid Minds tear up their new hit- written by Fook- "Hey Joe (The Plumber)." And keep listening as Fook and Konkol debate the merits of Chicago's proposed gay-friendly high school and whether it's cool to bribe poor kids to get decent grades.
We introduce the debut of "What Would Jay (Mariotti) Say?" and heed the warning of South Side clowns bearing gifts And don't miss Fluid Minds' punk rock take on "Bear Down Chicago Bears!"
Be sure to check out Keeping Score in Chicago for more information and previous episodes.
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