Always Andersonville Monthly is a podcast produced by the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce with Transistor; it brings together the month's interviews from the weekly Always Andersonville podcast.   

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Episode #2 (May 2018)

This month's edition includes interviews with four guests: Rick Verkler (pictured bottom), the general manager of The Guesthouse Hotel (4872 N Clark); Sonat Birnecker Hart, co-owner, president, and founder of Andersonville’s KOVAL Distillery (5121 N Ravenswood); Matthew Buccilla (pictured top), co-owner of Andersonville's newly established modern men's lifestyle and supplies store, Cowboys and Astronauts (1478 W Summerdale Ave); and Karin Moen Abercrombie, executive director for the Swedish American Museum (located at 5211 N Clark), which has been an Andersonville institution since 1976!  Interviews are conducted by Laura Austin, Joelle Scillia, and Sara Dinges.

View show notes for part 1 (Karin)

View show notes for part 2 (Matthew)

View show notes for part 3 (Sonat)

View show notes for part 4 (Rick)

Episode #1 (April 2018)

 Co-host Laura Austin and episode guest Georgia Jones

Co-host Laura Austin and episode guest Georgia Jones

On this inaugural episode, Laura Austin and Sara Dinges talk to Michael Bransford, owner of local bistro Vincent. Michael's story is a love story -- one about falling for this Midwest neighborhood in the big city of Chicago after leaving New York City.  And then Joelle Scillia and Laura talk to Georgia Jones, owner of Chicago Mindful Psychotherapy located at 5537 N Clark. Georgia tells us all about her pathway to mindfulness, learning to incorporate mindful activities into everyday life, and wanting to promote a family-friendly practice in Andersonville, the neighborhood she's called home for over 18 years. 

View show notes for Part 1

View show notes for Part 2

For more information about program guests and their businesses, please visit Always Andersonville: The Podcast
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Always Andersonville: The Podcast and Always Andersonville Monthly are recorded and edited by Andy Miles in Studio C at Transistor.  Learn more about Transistor's basement studios here