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Bruce DuMont

Chicago's Museum of Broadcast Communications has a new home. We speak with founder Bruce DuMont.

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You may not know it, but the plants in your garden might be harmful to the environment. We learn how growing plants native to Illinois can boost the local ecosystem.

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LeRoy Neiman

LeRoy Neiman died on Thursday at the age of 91. We revisit an interview with the colorful painter of the sporting and entertainment world from our vault.

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Sweet music will be made all day long Thursday in Chicago -- and around the world. We have the details from the Creative Director of Make Music Chicago.

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What's the definition of a "good man?" We talk with Mark Shriver about his father Sargent Shriver, a Kennedy family icon who founded the Peace Corps and ran for President.

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Roger Clemens

A full acquittal for Roger Clemens, the baseball great beating charges he lied to Congress about steroids. ESPN's Lester Munson joins us to talk about what the case means for baseball and beyond.

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We take a spin through the gallery of American Folk Art at The Art Institute of Chicago.

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Alpana Singh

Master Sommelier and Check Please! Host Alpana Singh joins us on Chicago Tonight at 7:00 pm with summer wine travel tips, BYOB wine pairing recommendations and more.

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How did a Magnificent Mile building end up being featured weekly in a 1970s network TV sitcom? Find out more in this week's Ask Geoffrey.

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Lovers of used and rare books are mourning the impending loss of a celebrated and unusual neighborhood bookstore. Jay Shefsky has the story.

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

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How can a water park change lives? We take a look at a new community center on the far south side that hopes to do just that.

CSO Mead Composer-in-Residence

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A nightclub setting will host members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. We speak with the composer and DJ who is bringing the two worlds together.

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We take another look at how lesbian and gay sailors are making waves -- and history -- at the Naval Station Great Lakes in North Chicago, as well as at the White House.

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U of I students tell us how a recent reporting trip to Turkey challenged their views of the world.

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It's a boy! A baby dolphin joins the Shedd Aquarium.