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Hedy Weiss Theater Reviews

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Hedy Weiss tries her luck with three new shows in town, including a bona fide Broadway classic and two provocative new shows.

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Hedy Weiss Theater Reviews
Hedy Weiss Theater Reviews

Architect Harry Weese

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Three decades ago, architect Harry Weese was fighting to save Chicago from urban blight. He gave the city some of its most famous buildings, and then was almost forgotten. We look at the great work and troubled life of Harry Weese.

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Architect Harry Weese
Architect Harry Weese

Viewer Mail

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We hear what you had to say about recent stories when we read some of our viewer mail.

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Viewer Mail
Viewer Mail

The Week in Review with Joel Weisman

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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week In Review, Rahm Emanuel wins the race for mayor easily, with 55 percent of the vote, and wastes no time naming his transition team. Is his victory a sign of "post-racial politics" in Chicago? The mayor-elect also sets his sights on City Council changes and the city's issues, including pensions, the budget, schools, police and changing city services. There are 14 aldermanic runoffs, including Vice Mayor Bernie Stone in the 50th ward and Zoning Committee Chair Danny Solis in the 25th ward.

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The Week in Review with Joel Weisman
The Week in Review with Joel Weisman

Cultural Connections: Artist Paints Faces

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We visit a gallery of fantastic faces from the present day back to the 1960s -- all of them painted by Chicago artist Jim Nutt.

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February 24, 2011 - Cultural Connections: Artist Paints...
February 24, 2011 - Cultural Connections: Artist Paints...

Meet the new City Clerk

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Tuesday's elections in Chicago brought about a number of changes, including a historic first: State Representative Susana Mendoza was elected the first female Chicago City Clerk. Eddie Arruza talks with Mendoza about what she'll bring to the job.

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Meet the new City Clerk
Meet the new City Clerk

Survivor of Virginia Tech Shootings

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In 2007, Colin Goddard was playing dead in his French classroom, shot four times by the Virginia Tech shooter. He's now the subject of a documentary making its Chicago premiere this weekend. He joins us to talk about how he's using the Virginia tragedy to fight for stricter gun laws.

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Survivor of Virginia Tech Shootings
Survivor of Virginia Tech Shootings

New Chicago Football Coach

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He wreaked havoc on opposing quarterbacks; now he's calling the shots as head coach of the Chicago Slaughter. We chat with Steve Mongo McMichael as he readies for their home opener.

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New Chicago Football Coach
New Chicago Football Coach

Oscars on Sunday

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Hollywood's biggest night is right around the corner. We have At The Movies co-host Ignatiy Vishnevetsky here to give us a preview of the Oscars.

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Oscars on Sunday
Oscars on Sunday

Ask Geoffrey: Northern Geese Friends

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Why do we Canada Geese roaming all over Chicagoland? Geoffrey Baer has the answer in Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: Northern Geese Friends
Ask Geoffrey: Northern Geese Friends

Viewer Mail

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We share some of the recent comments from our viewers.

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Viewer Mail
Viewer Mail

Election Day Recap

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All the votes are counted: Rahm Emanuel will be the city's next mayor. Eddie Arruza shares some of the highlights from Chicago's 2011 Election Day.

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Analysis of Mayoral Race

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How did Rahm Emanuel manage to garner 55 percent of the vote in the mayoral election? Our panel discusses that and more from 2011 Election Day.

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Analysis of Mayoral Race
Analysis of Mayoral Race

Aldermanic Winners

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Four winners from the aldermanic races join us in the studio to talk about their vision for the new City Council.

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Aldermanic Winners
Aldermanic Winners

Runoffs Ahead

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The City Council is headed for a major shake-up after last night's results put a number of incumbent aldermen in jeopardy. We talk about who's in and who's out, who's facing a runoff battle in April -- and who is hoping for an endorsement from our new mayor-elect.

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Runoffs Ahead
Runoffs Ahead

Rahm in D.C.

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We go to our video vault and take another look at our 1997 visit with Rahm Emanuel at his West Wing office in the Clinton White House.

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Rahm in D.C.
Rahm in D.C.

Chicago Elections 2011

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The votes are cast, and Chicagoans wait to see if there will be a decisive victor or runoff in the much anticipated 2011 mayoral election. Eddie Arruza gives us the latest on voter turnout and concerns, as well as updates from the Chicago Board of Elections.

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Chicago Elections 2011
Chicago Elections 2011