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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 19: The Double Dutch Sisterhood

"When we jump double dutch, it takes us back in time to a place where we didn’t have to worry about kids, jobs, bills, any of those things," founder Pamela Robinson said. "It's a club for women to come out and play outside again."

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 18: Pastries, Cookies And Cakes, Oh Pie!

Covering Chicago's best bakeries, from a South Side spot fit for the vice president to a clandestine society of longtime bakers.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 17: The Man Who Conquered The Lake

Ted Erikson, 93, reflects on his history-making swim across Lake Michigan 60 years ago.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 16: The Survivor Saving Chicagoans

Melissa Hernandez's Puerto Rico Project provides food and supplies to people experiencing homelessness. She connects people to treatment programs and helps victims of trafficking.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 15: Putt Putt, Pickles And Pork!

A West Side mini-golf course was abandoned for years, until 40 local teens revived it.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 14: A Missing Ring’s 25-Year Journey Home

LaVonté Stewart, founder of the nonprofit Lost Boyz Inc., once again is wearing the championship ring he won with Hampton University's football team in 1994.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 13: The Summer Bucket List, Part 2

Block Club Chicago staffers share their secrets to a great Chicago summer.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 12: The Summer Bucket List, Part 1

With August approaching, it's time to take advantage of Chicago's brief summer — and we're here to help.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 11: The South Side Golfer Going Pro

Mulbe Dillard IV started an academy at Jackson Park Course to help the next generation of Chicago golfers. Now, he’s setting an example as a pro chasing the PGA Tour.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 10: The Folded Map Project

Tonika Lewis Johnson and Maria Krysan interviewed 30 people about how they first confronted — and eventually combated — harmful narratives about Chicago's South and West sides.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 9: Neighbors Helping Neighbors And The Power Of Pride

Today's two-part episode features Chicagoans who went above and beyond during COVID-19 and an organization fighting for Black trans women.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 8: The West Siders Getting Black People Outside

After seeing few other Black people on their national park adventures, Chevy Linear and Kameron Stanton started BlackPeopleOutside to encourage more people to explore nature.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 7: The Mom Who Fought For Black Hair

When a West Side preschooler was banned by his school from wearing his hair in braids, Ida Nelson took a stand.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 6: The TikTok Historian

Block Club's latest podcast episode features Dilla the Urban Historian, whose 60-second videos on Chicago history have made him a TikTok sensation.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 5: The Dancer And The Poet

Block Club's latest podcast episode features the 8Teenth Hip-Hop crew and a Taft High School poetry state champion.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 4: The Skater And The Artist

Block Club's latest podcast episode features skateboarding dad Enrico Hufana and teen artist Trenton, whose design skills raised money for the Boys & Girls Club of Chicago.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 3: The Barber And The Voice

Host Jon Hansen introduces us to David McDonald, a barber giving free haircuts in Englewood.

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‘It’s All Good’ Episode 2: The Pastor And The Ninja

Host Jon Hansen introduces us to Reshorna Fitzpatrick and Marcelino Riley, two Chicagoans making a difference on the West Side.

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‘It’s All Good: A Block Club Podcast’ Hosted By Jon Hansen Is Live. Check Out Episode 1

Block Club's first podcast features stories about the Chicagoans who make our city great.

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Block Club’s ‘It’s All Good’ Podcast Launches Thursday

The first episode features South Side chef Mike Airhart and Clemente swim coach Miriam Franchi, two Chicagoans who make our neighborhoods great.

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