News Analysis with Carol Marin
Mayor Daley's former top aide and patronage chief Robert Sorich goes on trial this week along with three other defendants. The feds allege that Sorich gave jobs to people who were unqualified but politically connected. Did the Mayor's Office of Intergovernmental Affairs break the law to cover its tracks? Carol Marin and her panel look at a case that has cast a shadow over the mayor. Guests: Michael Shakman, Thom Serafin and Bob Crawford
Conan O'Brien first came to Chicago as a young writer 18 years ago. Now he's back with his gang from 'Late Night.' Phil Ponce sits down with the red-haired comedy sensation as he gets ready for his week in the Windy City.
Technology is making life easier for students at one local college, when it comes to dealing with their dirty laundry. Christian Farr tells us how the internet and LaundryView are allowing students to manage their time more effectively.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist David Maraniss joins us to talk about his new biography on baseball great Roberto Clemente.
Critic for a Day
When an old British shoe factory is in trouble, the naive young owner takes a big fashion risk to save his business. Our 'critic for a day', TV host and restaurant owner, Rick Bayless, tells us if the movie Kinky Boots is worth seeing.
We'll turn to the viewer mailbag tonight for your feedback on some of our recent segments.
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