Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 11/18

This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s first budget is approved unanimously, with aldermen praising the mayor for his willingness to listen to their concerns and incorporate some of their suggestions. Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis comes under fire again, this time for making what she called “inappropriate and insensitive” remarks about Education Secretary Arne Duncan. Governor Pat Quinn retools the Illinois Tollway Board, naming five new directors. And a historic week for Chicago-based Boeing, as the company lands an $18 million and a $21 million deal.

Guests:

- Lorraine Forte, Catalyst Chicago
- Jon Hilkevitch, Chicago Tribune
- Mary Ann Ahern, NBC 5 News
- Ed Sherman, Crain's Chicago Business

Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight‘s web stories from this week:

Monday, November14:
- Latest Congressional News 
- Madigan & McCormick Place
- Chicago Business News 
- Bears Alumni Club
- Jeanne Gang: The Sky's The Limit
- Viewer Mail

Tuesday, November 15:
- Karen Lewis' Controversial Remarks
- Reporting on Child Sex Abuse
- Great Lakes Invasion
- Chicago Public Art
- Ask Alpana

Wednesday, November 16:
- Chicago Budget
- Electronic Monitoring
- Wabash Bridge Ads
- Holland Taylor in Ann
- America's Test Kitchen

Thursday, November 17:
- Obesity Epidemic
- Minnie Minoso: Hall of Famer?
- Viewer Mail
- Ask Geoffrey
- Project Soapbox
- Black Ensemble Theater

Friday, November 18:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 11/18-11/20