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About Dave Glowacz

Dave Glowacz began working as an independent journalist in the early 1990s, writing for the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Daily Herald, the Chicago Reader, and national magazines. In 1998 he authored a non-fiction paperback titled Urban Bikers’ Tricks & Tips, which has sold over 25,000 copies worldwide.

In 2007 Dave began working in broadcast media. His radio reports have aired in Chicagoland on WBEZ-FM, WVON-AM, and public radio stations across the U.S. Dave also received a 2010 Peter Lisagor Award for in-depth reporting from the Chicago Headline Club.

Dave believes that Americans—and Chicagoans in particular—face a crisis in self-government. He wants to broadcast the spoken word in ways that rouse Chicagoans to become more active in their own government. Whether over the air or on-line, Dave wants Chicagoans to hear voices . . . voices that make them interested in and well-informed about decisions made by invisible others that change how they live. Dave aims to arm Chicagoans with the information that helps them affect those decisions, driving the invisible others into the light—and even taking their places.

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By phone: 773/292-0932

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