|

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

A Foreign Perspective

|

Our international exchange journalist from Pakistan, Mansoor Ali Khan, joins us with an update on Malala Yousafzai, a teenager who was shot by the Taliban, and the impact she is having on reform in Pakistan.

|

The man known as the Pope's Maestro, Sir Gilbert Levine, joins us to talk about a concert celebrating Pope John Paul II.

|

We continue our conversation with Sir Gilbert Levine, and the miracle he says Pope John Paul II performed on his mother-in-law.

|

Clear your coffee table -- a new encyclopedia by the staff of The Onion takes on all human knowledge and turns it upside-down. We talk with one of its editors.

|

Chicago's skyline was once booming with billboards and neon signs. But where are they now? Geoffrey Baer answers this and more in Ask Geoffrey.

|

Harvey Fierstein joins us to talk about the new musical, Kinky Boots, which is currently getting a pre-Broadway run in Chicago.

|

Northwestern University Athletics Vice President Jim Phillips joins us to talk about the state-of-the-art athletics facility coming to campus -- and a Wildcat football team on the rise.

|

After months of meetings and planning, the Chicago Cultural Plan 2012 was unveiled Monday. The new plan will serve as an initiative to develop an arts education plan for Chicago Public Schools and enhance Chicago's culture sector.

|

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

|

Bollywood megastar Aamir Khan is in Chicago shooting a big budget action film. We bring you Ash-har Quraishi's exclusive conversation with the actor about filmmaking and his provocative talk show.

|

African elephants could be extinct in the wild within eight years. Learn about the world's largest land mammal, and what research the Chicago Zoological Society is funding to help save them.

A Foreign Perspective

|

A Pakistani journalist is spending a month with us at Chicago Tonight as part of an international exchange program. Mansoor Ali Khan tells us what he's learning about America, and what Americans should know about Pakistan.

Public Tribute to LGBT History Makers Comes to North Halsted Street

|

Recognizing the contributions of gay people to history and culture is at the heart of a new outdoor museum on North Halsted Street. We take a walking tour.

|
The crew on "Dhoom 3" is a mix of locals and Indians. About 60% of the crew came from India.

We take you on the set of an international, big budget action film being shot here in Chicago.

|

The director of one of next year's biggest Indian films discusses why he decided to film in Chicago.