Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/27

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, a legal battle looms between the City of Chicago and open space advocates over whether George Lucas’s narrative arts museum can be built on Soldier Field parking lots. Consumers could see their monthly phone bills rise to help pay for city pension reform. Kirk Dillard lost the Republican gubernatorial primary, but this week he won the RTA chairmanship. Layoffs and a new discipline code for CPS. Integrys Energy Group bought by Wisconsin Energy Corporation for $5.7 billion. And in sports, soccer fans pack Grant Park to watch the U.S. Men's Soccer Team advance to the World Cup Round of 16. 

-Steve Daniels of Crain’s Chicago Business
-Craig Dellimore of Newsradio 780 and 105.9 FM
-Kate Grossman of the Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board
-Mike Mulligan of WSCR 670 The Score and the Chicago Tribune

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 6/27.

Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight's web stories from this week:

Monday, June 23
-Viewer Feedback: 6/23
-Vertical Farming’s Rise in Chicago
-Outgoing Chicago Symphony Orchestra President Visits
-Analyzing US Soccer Team’s World Cup Chances
-Crain's Corner
-Navy Pier's Secretive Spending

Tuesday, June 24
-Where's The Beef?
-Building a Connection with Cuba
-Combating Bullying
-Subpoenas Issued in Anti-Violence Investigation
-City to Highlight Architecture with Global Expo
-Web Extra: A Bullying Survivor's Story

Wednesday, June 25
-Ask Geoffrey 6/25
-Jeanne Nolan, Chicago Tonight Go Organic
-Outgoing CPS Inspector General Talks Career
-Lucas Museum to Come to Chicago
-Battle Begins Over Lucas Museum Location
-Chicago Artist Flying High with Flyboys and Girls
-Join us as we grow an organic garden

Thursday, June 26
-‘Star Wars,’ Comics Artist
-Summer Reading Picks
-World Triathlon Runs Through City
-The Civil Rights Movement 50 Years Later
-Supreme Court Still in Session
-Rejection in Black-and-White

Friday, June 28
-Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/27
-Web Extra: The Week In Review: 6/27
-Weekend Events Around Town: 6/27 - 6/29