Eddie Arruza introduces us to a man who works with the U.S. Department of Justice to track down Nazi collaborators who have yet to be brought to justice.
It took nearly 60 years to complete, but the entire architectural works of Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan have been compiled into a new book, The Complete Architecture of Adler and Sullivan. We talk with two of its authors.
We meet a Chicago man who contracted an incurable disease during the Gulf War that made it impossible for him to run, but now he runs 21 miles...to work.
We talk with the Chicago author of a new book on making traditional Indian dishes using a slow-cooker.
Just in time for Halloween, Check Please! host and Master Sommelier Alpana Singh tells us which wines to pair with our favorite sugary treats.
Jay Cutler and the Bears fell hard in New York. We dissect last night's loss with former Bear Pro Bowler Jerry Azumah.
Phil Ponce talked one-on-one with Maestro Muti the day before the announcement that he was leaving Chicago due to illness. We bring you that interview.
We hear what you have to say about some of our recent stories when we read our viewer mail.
The Bears scored a comfortable victory over the Carolina Panthers. Super Bowl Bear Emery Moorehead joins us on our Bears Alumni Club to talk about what went right -- and wrong -- in yesterday's game.
You don't have to go to Italy to see a leaning tower. Geoffrey Baer tells us where you can find one in Chicago and how it's connected to a local YMCA in tonight's edition of Ask Geoffrey.
The Chicago cityscape has seen an unprecendented increase in skyscrapers -- and some less successful projects -- over the past ten years. Chicago Tribune architechture critic Blair Kamin joins us to talk about the boom and the bust.
From Rod Blagojevich's precipitous fall from grace, his conviction and whirlwind media tour to Jesse Jackson, Jr.'s extramarital affair and his hopes for a mayoral run in a tailspin, Illinois is familiar with scandal. We talk to the author of How to Become a Scandal: Adventures in Bad Behavior.
The late Tony Curtis played sax in the sexy comedy Some Like it Hot. Last year he spoke with us about acting opposite Marilyn Monroe in this cross-dressing classic. We revisit that interview.
An illness has sidelined Riccardo Muti, the new music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. We talk with the President of the CSO about the latest developments.
Eddie Arruza talks to noted Shakespearean director Barbara Gaines about her operatic directorial debut at Lyric Opera.
Beloved Chicago comedian Bernie Mac died two years ago this month. Comedian George Willborn and Bernie Mac's daughter talk about the little known disease that took his life and what's being done to raise awareness.