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March 30, 2018 - The 21st Show

Fr. James Martin On Standing With The Marginalized; Poet Daniel Borzutzky

On The 21st: Jesuit priest, best-selling author, and America Media editor-at-large Fr. James Martin joins us to talk about his book that highlights the importance of welcoming LGBT people into the Catholic Church. Plus, we revisit our conversation with Chicago poet Daniel Borzutzky.

Quantum Voyages theater piece

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March 30, 2018 - News Local/State

New Theater Piece Provides A Glimpse Into The Quantum World

The interdisciplinary theater piece "Quantum Voyages" takes audience members on a journey to strange atomic landscapes. The performance debuts today as part of the 80th birthday celebration of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Anthony Leggett.

Census Bureau forms

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March 29, 2018 - The 21st Show

The 2020 Citizenship Census Question; Toys ‘R’ Us Closures; Virgil Abloh; Zoo Inclusion Initiatives

On the 21st: Citizenship questions on the U.S. Census Bureau may affect population counts in 2020. Plus, Toys R Us to close all stores, ending a brand that has been around for decades. Also, maybe Rockford, Illinois can considered a fashion hub as the home of the new artistic director for Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh. And, the Brookfield Zoo is creating a new sensory-friendly room.

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March 28, 2018 - The 21st Show

The Evolution of CSAs; Deported US Military Veterans; Golden Apple-Winning Teachers

On The 21st: We hear the story of Miguel Perez Jr., a green card holder who served in Afghanistan—and was deported a few days ago for a felony conviction. And, we speak with three of the Illinois 2018 Golden Apple award winners. But first, how are community supported agriculture groups, or CSAs, evolving to survive the competitive food environment?

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