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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

We revisit a web-exclusive conversation with Christopher Kimball on our show.

A one-of-a-kind artist made his mark on Chicago. We tell the story of  H.C. Westermann, a combat veteran and artist who even has a connection to the Beatles.

The gritty Blackhawks continue their winning ways. President and CEO John McDonough joins us to talk about the team's white-hot start, and what the organization is doing to lure fans after the lockout.

The New York Times' best-selling author Patricia Crisafulli tells us about post-genocidal Rwanda's more hopeful face -- and the country's road to socioeconomic recovery.

Gov. Quinn used his state of the state address to call for pension reform. But did he do enough to outline the path forward? Carol Marin and her panel discuss.

Policy agenda or campaign speech? We have analysis and reaction from Gov. Quinn’s state of the state address.

Mayor Emanuel Waters Down Ethics Plan in Face of Aldermanic Revolt

An ethics bill that would make it easier for the City Council’s watchdog to investigate aldermen has been watered down in the face of an aldermanic revolt.