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Pretty Late with Patty Vasquez

 

9/25/15 Full Show Podcast (John Teti, Tilted Kilt, What’s in the Box, Tamale Sepp, Equestrian Connection)

Patti opens the show with A.V. Club senior editor John Teti riding sidecar for the evening! Then, our friends from the Tilted Kilt stop by with refreshments. Later, we once again play What’s in the Box? Finally, Pretty Late pal Tamale Sepp jumps into the mix and Patti catches up with Diana from the Equestrian Connection. All that and more on the Pretty Late full show podcast!

04/30/2015 Patti Vasquez Full Show Podcast (Tamale, Janea Cox, Philly’s Best, Scott Stantis, Elliot Serrano)

Patti Vasquez talks about her success in Springfield. Then Tamale Rocks joins Patti to talk about a public restroom’s double-sided mirror. Chicago Tribune Political Cartoonist Scott Stantis talks spending and the disabled population with Patti, and Philly’s Best Owner Michael Markellos on what’s coming up in the Beer Garden. Finally, Patti talks to Janea Cox, the mother of the child whose severe epilepsy catalyzed medical marijuana legislation in Georgia.

4/28/15 Full Show Podcast (Tamale Rocks, State Senator Dan Kotowski, Mark DeCarlo, Mark Carman)

Patti opens the show from down state and we of course, check in again with State Senator Dan Kotowski. Later, sports reporter Mark Carman joins Patti to preview the upcoming Bulls and Blackhawks’ playoff games! Then, comedian Tamale Rocks discusses her discovery of a two way mirror in a women’s bathroom. Finally, travel expert Mark DeCarlo answers your questions!

Tamale Sepp’s journey from comedy to burlesque was meant to be!

Tamale Sepp talks about the upcoming places you can see her perform and her magical journey while finding burlesque!

 

 

 

Out Chicago

Scott Duff invites Tamale to co-host OUT CHICAGO from time to time! Take a listen!


9/25/16 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago.


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1/24/16 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago.


1/17/16 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago.


10/25/15 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago.


9/27/15 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago.


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7/26/15 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago.


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05/03/15 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago.


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03/01/15 Scott Duff and special guest host Tamale Sepp discuss the in and Outs of the last week in Chicago. 

WBEZ- Volcalo

The friendly people at WBEZ periodically invite Tamale to come on the show as part of Vocalo Feminist Council Wednesday. Here are some of those shows!

 


Earlier this Spring, Tamale Sepp broke the news of a two-way mirror installed in women's bathroom in Berwyn's Cigars and Stripes restaurant and lounge. Since she posted her original video on YouTube, the story was picked up by a number of publications. Tamale joined us on The Morning AMp to give updates on what's been community's response and what Berwyn is and isn't doing to change the situation.
Watch the original video here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFS3KnwuOzc
The Morning AMp airs M-F 8-10 AM on 91.1 FM (CHI) / 89.5 FM (NWI) and streams at www.vocalo.org


Vocalo Feminist Council panelist Tamale Sepp talks about the viral video she made discovering a two-way mirror at Cigars and Stripes. The story picked up steam after being posted on Jezebel with a transcript of a rambling defiant rant from the establishment's owner.


Writer Mikki Kendall and comedienne/burlesque perfiormer Tamale Sepp joined hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon for the Council of Feminist Thought this week. In the first half of the council, we covered a feminist sci-fi festival taking place in Wisconsin. We also covered a new trend of ironic misandry, the idea of acting out the most extreme stereotype of feminists to show how ludicrous it is. Take a listen!


What does the Michael Brown shooting have to do with feminism? Hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon discussed the topic of police brutality and feminism in the second half of the Council of Feminism Thought with writer Mikki Kendall and comedienne and burlesque dancer Tamale Sepps.

“Black women, Latino women, Native American women- we are all supposed to be part of this. Our communities are being harmed by police brutality. Not only are the women dying, the children are dying, their husbands are dying, their brothers their uncles. The people they love are being killed… it should be a feminist issue because if we’re talking equality and we want equality, well equality includes not being killed for the color of your skin.”

-Mikki Kendall