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He's the top ranked windsurfer in the country and the first Chicagoan ever to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team. Ash-har Quraishi catches up with first-time Olympian, Bob Willis.

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The Eisenhower expressway narrows to three lanes in Oak Park, but why? Geoffrey Baer tells us more in this week's Ask Geoffrey.

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The memory of beloved political reporter, Carlos Hernandez Gomez, will be honored this weekend at the 3rd Annual Concert for Carlos.

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Need some ideas for what to do this weekend? Chicago Tonight knows what is going on!

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We take a look at Michelle Obama's multicultural ancestors with the journalist and author who uncovered the First Lady's family history.

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The Frank Lloyd Wright you may not know -- young, inexperienced, and trying to find his way in the vast city of Chicago. A new exhibition takes a rare look at the architect's early years.

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Kids from around the country come to a Chicago summer camp to learn to play the blues. We revisit Blues Camp.

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Three Chicago literary experts join us to discuss their top choices for summer reading.

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Will the new World Trade Center surpass Willis Tower in height? You might be surprised by the answer. Geoffrey Baer tells us more in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Quite possibly the most widely believed superstition in America, Friday the 13th is seen to be the “unlucky” day in Western superstition.

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Need some ideas for what to do this weekend? Chicago Tonight knows what is going on!

A Sneak Peek at This Year's Fest

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A pair of Chicago bands prepare for the spotlight at the Pitchfork Music Festival. We visit them in rehearsal to find out what they're all about.

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We bring you a special preview of the 32nd Annual Taste of Chicago.

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Chicago's lovely lakefront is home to a rather alarming monument. Geoffrey Baer tells us more in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Acclaimed Indian film actress Sharmila Tagore joins us to talk about the Eye on India festival, which showcases Indian art, culture and 100 years of Indian cinema.

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Law of Interchange by Peggy Macnamara

Meet the Field Museum's artist-in-residence. We get a behind-the-scenes tour of a most unusual studio environment.