Tuesday, April 04, 2006
News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
To run or not to run - that's the question facing Rev. James Meeks. We'll hear from representatives of the Blagojevich and Topinka camps about their early campaign strategies and their thoughts on the wild card in the race for governor. Guests: John McGovern, Doug Scofield, Laura Washington
Urban coyotes are back in the news and they are apparently having trouble getting along with their domesticated cousins. Rich Samuels gives us a closer look at the beasts who may be coming to our backyards.
When Chicago Ruled Baseball
Author Bernard Weisberger joins us in studio to talk about When Chicago Ruled Baseball, his new book about the Cubs-White Sox World Series of 1906.
Spring Gardening Tips
Get your green thumb ready. Eliza Fournier of the Botanic Garden joins us with all the tips you need to make sure your garden looks its best for the spring.
It sailed from Norway to Chicago for the 1893 World's Fair. So what's this viking ship doing in a park in Geneva, Illinois? John Callaway will tell that Chicago viking saga.
Hedy Weiss Theater Reviews
Sun-Times theater critic Hedy Weiss is here with her review of "the worst named musical ever," Urinetown, now on stage at the Mercury Theater. She'll also review The Chosen and Dealer's Choice.
Chicago Sun-Times columnist Debra Pickett has immigration on her mind.