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Star of stage and screen Matthew Morrison joins us to talk about his upcoming PBS special and new album.

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Two Los Angeles-based Chicano artists currently have exhibits at the National Museum of Mexican Art. We take a look at the art of Chaz Bojórquez and John Valadez.

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Oklahoma! on stage, an immersive journey through 5,000 years of Chinese civilization, and the Art Institute "After Dark;" Chicago Tonight knows what's going on this weekend. 

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The Bulls lose their composure-- and the game-- last night in Miami.  How did things go from so good to so bad so quickly? And can the team rebound tomorrow night at the United Center? We have a preview.

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Eve Ensler’s new memoir, In the Body of the World, is a gritty glimpse of her recent struggles – from uterine cancer to working with rape survivors in the Congo. She joins us.

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Radio host Bill McGlaughlin joins us to talk about 10 years on the radio and a lifetime of "Exploring Music."

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Michael Pollan, author of the new book Cooked, joins us with what we stand to lose if we keep relying on packaged foods.

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10 Buildings That Changed America is the name of Geoffrey Baer’s new PBS special debuting nationwide on May 12. He joins us with a preview.

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With the Blackhawks up 2 games to 1 in the post season, Jay Shefsky introduces us to Chicago's sled hockey team -- that's the hard-hitting, fast-paced sport played by amputees and others with lower limb disabilities.

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NPR's Peter Sagal joins us to discuss his new PBS series about the U.S. Constitution.

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We revisit a Picasso exhibition at the first American museum to exhibit his work -- The Art Institute of Chicago.

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A brand new staging of a classic American musical arrives in Chicago with some very authentic dancing. We meet the 91-year-old choreographer behind Lyric Opera of Chicago's Oklahoma!

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Magical realist Isabel Allende joins us to discuss her latest book, Maya's Notebook.

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Music from Poland's golden age, high fashion and Cinco de Mayo festivities; Chicago Tonight knows what's going on this weekend.

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In anticipation of Cinco de Mayo, we have a very special performance from the nation's top college mariachi troupe.

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From Yves Saint Laurent to Emanuel Ungaro, the top fashion designers in the world were represented in the annual Ebony Fashion Fair. We take a look at the 50-year history of a fashion show designed to bring elegance to the African American community nationally.