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Ask Geoffrey: Civil War

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In honor of the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War this month, Geoffrey Baer looks back on what he's discovered about Chicago's Civil War history in a special edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: Civil War
Ask Geoffrey: Civil War

Father Pfleger Suspended

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Father Michael Pfleger was suspended from his ministry at St. Sabina Catholic Church by Cardinal Francis George today. Ash-har Quraishi has the story.

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Father Pfleger Suspended
Father Pfleger Suspended

Medicare Reform Proposal

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The GOP proposal to reform Medicare has led to voter backlash at some town hall meetings. Eddie Arruza speaks to two congressmen about the heated debate over that, the budget and the president's birth certificate.

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Medicare Reform Proposal
Medicare Reform Proposal

Slow Blagojevich Jury Selection

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Slow jury selection at the Blagojevich retrial could push opening statements until next week. Elizabeth Brackett has the story.

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Slow Blagojevich Jury Selection
Slow Blagojevich Jury Selection

Queen of the Sun

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They are the ultimate pollinizers; without them there would be no agriculture. But over the past five years, the bees in North America and Europe have been disappearing like never before. So what's going on? We speak with the director of a new documentary examining this phenomenon.

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Queen of the Sun
Queen of the Sun

Lurie Garden

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The Lurie Garden is in full glory at Millennium Park. We meet the gifted gardeners who've helped this urban oasis grow up healthy and green.

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Lurie Garden
Lurie Garden

Jury Selection Continues

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The judge in the Blagojevich trial is hoping to wrap up jury selection soon. Elizabeth Brackett has the story.

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Jury Selection Continues
Jury Selection Continues

Chicago Police Superintendent

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Newark, New Jersey's police chief is reportedly among three finalists on the list to be Chicago's next police superintendent. The others include the U.S. drug czar and a Chicago police insider. Eddie Arruza and his panel take a closer look at the three remaining contenders and what each would bring to the job.

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Chicago Police Superintendent
Chicago Police Superintendent

Groupon

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We chat with Groupon founder Andrew Mason and the chairman of the Chicago tech company about its explosive growth and its future. While Groupon has taken off with consumers, not every business is giving their experience with the company a glowing review.

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Groupon
Groupon

Sleep Doctor

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Sleeping on the job can be dangerous in some professions. Sleep expert Dr. Kathryn Reid joins us to talk about her latest research on sleep, and why it's so important to our health and well-being.

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Sleep Doctor
Sleep Doctor

Hidden Movie Palaces

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Geoffrey Baer takes us inside a decaying West Side building that was once Chicago's first movie palace. He also shows us several better-known theaters, where, 80 years ago, Chicagoans watched silent films in style.

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Hidden Movie Palaces
Hidden Movie Palaces

Blagojevich Retrial

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Today was the second day of jury selection at the Blagojevich retrial. Elizabeth Brackett has the story.

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Blagojevich Retrial
Blagojevich Retrial

Emanuel's Administration

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Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel has had a flurry of press conferences announcing his appointments. But what do his choices say about the direction of his administration and his management style? Carol Marin and her panel of poltical experts look for answers.

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Emanuel's Administration
Emanuel's Administration

Chicago Business

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The latest business news is all about inflation, gas prices and unemployment. Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel joins us to review the week's business headlines.

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Chicago Business
Chicago Business

Howard Reich

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It's the story of a woman trapped between her present and her past - growing up in a Jewish ghetto during the Holocaust. Howard Reich, producer and writer of the film "Prisoner of Her Past" is here to talk about his mother's life and diagnosis of late-onset post traumatic stress disorder.

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Howard Reich
Howard Reich

Bill McCarter

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He introduced Sneak Previews, Soundstage, and this program. Chicago Tonight will remember our friend, broadcasting pioneer Bill McCarter, with some of the people who knew him best.

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April 25, 2011 - Bill McCarter
April 25, 2011 - Bill McCarter

The Week in Review with Joel Weisman

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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Rod Blagojevich's retrial is underway. There are reports he wants to make his own closing arguments. Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel names key officials for his incoming administration, including a controversial pick to run the Chicago Public Schools. And it was a big week in Chicago sports with the Bulls and Blackhawks fighting in round one of their respective playoffs.

Guests:

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