News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
Milton Friedman, the legendary Nobel Prize-winning Chicago economist, died today at age 94. Eddie Arruza and his panel will look at the legacy of one of the world's most influential economists. Guests: Sam Peltzman, Leo Melamed and Joseph Bast
Chicago's new crime-fighting robot had some problems at its unveiling today. Rich Samuels will be here with Mayor Daley's reaction, and he'll tell us how the mayor plans to address aldermanic vacancies and low science test scores in Chicago's public schools.
The Chicago Sun-Times names a new CEO, Chicagoan Cyrus Freidheim, Jr. He's well-known for turning around troubled companies.
Meet the man behind the mouse. We'll have an animated conversation with Neal Gabler, the author of a new biography on the life of entertainment king, Walt Disney.
The newest piece of public art in Chicago is actually more than 100 pieces, each weighing nearly a ton. We'll have the story from Grant Park.
Check Please! Supper Club
We head over Terragusto in Roscoe Village for trattoria-style dining. And our chef gives us a lesson on squash soup. Click here for recipe.