Check, Please! host Alpana Singh returns to offer up a selection of light summer wines.
We'll talk to the author of a new book about a decade of drastic change on the baseball diamond.
Joel Weisman and his panel look at the week's top stories: Governor Pat Quinn slices $1.4 billion from the state budget; City Hall moves quickly on a new gun-control ordinance for Chicago; former Police Commander Jon Burge is guilty on all counts of lying about police torture under his watch -- and one victim is already filing a suit against him and Former State's Attorney Richard Daley; Rod Blagojevich's lavish clothes spending was revealed in court, along with his plots with aides and his wife to replace Barack Obama in the U.S.
What does a certain downtown building have to do with the end of Prohibition, the Century of Progress World's Fair, and McCormick Place? The answer, in tonight's edition of Ask Geoffrey.
We hear what you have to say about some of our recent stories when we read our viewer mail.
We meet a Chicago woman who combined her loves to create a way for diverse groups of Chicagoans to get to know each other over a meal.
We talk to Chicago Sun-Times sports columnist Rick Telander about his ongoing series about the 1968 to 1970 Northwestern Wildcats and the growing concerns about concussions.
Former Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge's fate now rests in the hands of a jury. We hear what happened in today's closing arguments.
More secretly recorded conversations between Blagojevich and his former chief of staff were played in court today. Elizabeth Brackett tells us what was on the tapes and whether or not a U.S. Supreme Court decision handed down today could affect the trial.
A music preview of the Old Town Folk and Roots Festival, with rural blues from the Sanctified Grumblers.
Meet the photographer who captured more than a half-century of great pictures of Chicago.
They're the top brass in Chicago's indie rock community. We show you how a marching band and a glee club are taking over rock and roll.
The lakefront bike path is one of the most beautiful places anywhere for a summer bike ride. But on a busy day, it can also be dangerous. We meet a man who found out the hard way...and offer tips for a safe ride.
Are you craving a good beach read? Three local writers -- including Audrey Niffenegger, author of the hit bestseller The Time Traveler's Wife -- chat about their favorite summer reads.
Chicago favorite, rocker Nicholas Tremulis, performs live in our studio.
We go inside an exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art featuring the mobiles and monumental works of Alexander Calder.