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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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A new documentary takes you deep inside India's clean water crisis through the eyes of Northwestern University students struggling to figure out how they can help – or whether they can at all. It premieres on WTTW11 at 9:00 pm. We get a preview.

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It's a race against time. Can a historic Bronzeville Catholic church be spared from the wrecking ball? We hear from preservationists and parishioners who hope to save the 133-year-old St. James Church.

'Othello: The Remix'

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We talk with the two Chicago brothers who are putting a new spin on a Shakespeare classic.

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Jay Shefsky introduces us to a suburban woman who has turned her house into a glass mosaic masterpiece.

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Fashion at the Field Museum. We join designer Maria Pinto as she digs deep into the museum's collection for an exhibit about cross-cultural clothing.

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Northerly Island is getting a facelift. Plans are in place to develop the Charter One Pavilion to hold larger concerts during the summer. We look at the proposed changes and what big names you can expect this summer.

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Shakespeare set in the decadent disco-era? Hedy Weiss reviews Measure for Measure, plus four more shows on local stages.

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A new documentary confronts America's destructive economic trade relationship with a China. Author and filmmaker Peter Navarro joins us.

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Caves, Death by China and the madness of March; Chicago Tonight knows what's going on this weekend.

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Thomas Beeby was the architect of the Harold Washington Library Center and he's now the subject of a new WTTW documentary. Geoffrey Baer gives us a preview of The Invisible Hand.

'The Cave Paintings of Lascaux'

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The famous Lascaux Caves of southern France -- or at least a life-sized replica of them --are now in Chicago. We have a preview of the new exhibit at the Field Museum.

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Jazz vocalist Tammy McCann just joined the ranks of the Music Institute of Chicago as an artist-in-residence. She joins us.

Chicago and the Art of Migration, 1910 – 1950

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We dig into a deeply rooted exhibition that showcases artists who found inspiration in the common experience of migration.

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Chef and author Rick Bayless shows us how to make an American classic with a twist.

Hugh Howey's Unlikely Path to Print

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Author Hugh Howey got a writer's dream: multiple publishers offering him million-dollar deals to publish his work. Then he did something most authors wouldn't even consider -- he turned them all down. Howey joins us.