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- Podcast: 06/17/13 - A lifeline for runaways across the nation is right here in Chicago. Executive Director of the National Runaway Safeline Maureen Blaha explains how the organization has evolved and how Hugh Hefner helped it get started.
- Podcast: 06/10/13 - Flood victims: Hear what FEMA and the US Small Business Administration can do to help you get your life and home back in order
- Podcast: 05/28/13 - Holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos suggests alternatives to common OTC meds that could have harmful side effects
- Podcast: 05/20/13 - Breast Cancer Survivors can win $5,000 from Pink Power Mom. Executive Director Heidi Floyd explains.
- Podcast: 05/13/13 - Carlyn Berghoff, of Chicago restaurant fame, talks about her new book, ''Cooking for Your Gluten- Free Teen,'' which she co- wrote with her 16- year old daughter, Sarah.
- Podcast: 04/15/13 - The suburban heroin epidemic. Two experts from Rosecrance Health Network explain what's going on and what parents need to know
- Podcast: 04/08/13 - With new lungs and a new kidney, Chicagoan Steve Ferkau jokes that he's slowly becoming a girl from Iowa. Eternally grateful , Steve makes a great case for all of us to become organ and tissue donors.
- Podcast: 04/01/13 - Ravinia's Steans Music Institute celebrates its 25th anniversary
- Podcast: 03/18/13 - Book Worm Angels is helping inner city kids become better readers, and a sleep expert has tips for getting a good night's rest.
- Podcast: 03/11/13 - Gastroenterologist Dr. Monica Borkar of NorthShore University Health System makes a good case for getting a colonoscopy
- Podcast: 03/06/13 - Are you a right or left brain thinker Artist and author Bette Fetter discusses both and her new book ''Being Visual, Raising a Generation of Innovative Thinkers''
- Podcast: 02/25/13 - Field Trip! Curator Stephanie D'Alessandro discusses the new ''Picasso and Chicago'' exhibit on view at the Art Institute
- Podcast: 02/18/13 - Chicago Lights Executive Director Stacy Jackson explains how their tutoring, mentoring, arts and literacy programs are indeed ''changing lives one at a time.''
- Podcast: 02/11/13 - Family secrets: The last living member of the Capone family, Deirdre Marie Capone, talks about her famous family and her book, ''Uncle Al Capone''
- Podcast: 02/04/13 - Girl Scouts are 100, and better than ever!
- Podcast: 02/01/13 - Counting up the homeless population with the Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County
- Podcast: 01/14/13 - Get organized in 2013! Professional organizer Amy Trager has the how- to
- Podcast: 01/09/13 - Free help available for Chicagoans facing foreclosure
- Podcast: 12/24/12 - Avoiding the holiday heart attack with Asst. US Surgeon General Dr. Jim Galloway
- Podcast: 12/03/12 - Whether it's preschool or grad school, hear what admissions counselors are really looking for in an applicant from author and former U- of- C admissions board member Kim Palacios
- Podcast: 11/28/12 - Kickin' in up with the Rockettes: Two local women talk about their dance backgrounds and being a Rockette
- Podcast: 11/19/12 - Teaching children gratitude, not just magic words. And hear how $30 to the Northern Illinois Food Bank provides a holiday meal for a family of eight
- Podcast: 11/12/12 - Veterans & PTSD: How service dogs are helping Chicago vets cope
- Podcast: 11/05/12 - Unlikely Friendships in the animal world with science writer and author Jennifer Holland
- Podcast: 10/29/12 - Mary Andrews, CEO of the MAGIC Foundation discusses the importance of growth patterns in children
- Podcast: 10/22/12 - The foreclosure crisis: Two local experts discuss free help available for Chicago- area homeowners facing foreclosure
TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE MIX MATTERS PODCAST:
You can have the MIX Matters podcast uploaded automatically to your iPod or MP3 player by subscribing to our RSS feed. All you have to do is set up the feed once, and then your computer can go and fetch it every weekday. Again, this is for more than just iPod owners, anyone with an MP3 player can access this content.
How do you do it?
You'll need some "stuff," all of which will cost you nothing. First, you need an RSS Feeder. That's a software program that lets you subscribe to feeds offered by websites. For podcasts, we suggest you download FeedDemon, though you can also use another applications. The website for FeedDemon offers more explanation.
Once you have downloaded and installed FeedDemon, or another audio RSS feed reader, simply copy and paste the url below into the subscriptions window of your podcast client.:
You'll then be subscribed and the audio will begin downloading.
Still confused? You can read up about audio RSS feeds at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting.