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What's the story behind tiny houses with exceptionally large front yards? Geoffrey Baer has the answer to this and more in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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

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A new documentary airing on WTTW explores the explosive moment when a group of neo-Nazis sought to march in Skokie, Illinois in 1979 – and the landmark legal drama that ensued.

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We look at the stories behind one of Shakespeare's most well-known and dark dramas.

Ancient Art Galleries at the Art Institute

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A brand new look for some of the oldest artwork at The Art Institute. We preview newly restored classical works from ancient Greece, Rome, and the Byzantine Empire.

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New White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn discusses key off-season roster moves, Paul Konerko's health following wrist surgery, and why he's excited about SoxFest this weekend.

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Iconic television journalist Walter Jacobson joins us to talk about his life, career and new autobiography.

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As a kid, Walter Arnold loved the gargoyles at the University of Chicago. Today, he is a master stone carver, trained in Italy and at Washington National Cathedral. Jay Shefsky has his story.

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We look closer at civil rights icon Whitney Young, who believed corporate America could be a friend, not a foe, to the movement for equality.

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Revisit last week's conversation with two titans of the Civil Rights era – Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Otis Moss Jr. – as they open up with personal stories of their relationship with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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We take you one hour north of Chicago to Hackmatack, a new wildlife refuge that's one of Illinois' best-kept secrets.

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What's the story behind the "suicide bridge" in Lincoln Park? Geoffrey Baer has the answer in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Watch an interview with the former Bears QB and current 49ers head coach from a 1993 episode of Chicago Tonight.

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

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AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

Notre Dame star linebacker Manti Te'o's internet girlfriend is revealed to be an elaborate prank. We have more on how fake online personas are created.

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"Algal Biodiesel Processing Station III" by Marissa Lee Benedict; courtesy of DePaul Art Museum

Artists look at the environment and create beauty out of uncertainty. We get a preview of a local exhibit.