We meet a suburban man whose passion for fish and fishing knows no bounds. Don Dubin is an expert taxidermist, a world champion fish carver, and he's been named a "legendary angler" in the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame. Jay Shefsky has the story.
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A new exhibit charts the influence of all-star Latino recording artists on American popular music. We get an inside look.
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We find out what the city is doing to fight the spread of mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus.
NASA scientists go wild after the Mars rover's successful landing on the red planet early today. An Adler Planetarium astronomer tells us what happens next.
Tony and Pulitzer prize-winning actor and playwright, Tracy Letts, talks about opening a hit Steppenwolf production on Broadway -- and upcoming film adaptations of his plays.
A new study by a Field Museum biologist shows that despite protections, life inside nature reserves can be affected by the environment surrounding the reserve. Steve Goodman joins us to tell us more, and how this affects Chicago.
Some staffers at the Chicago Tribune are concerned over the paper's relationship with Journatic, a content provider accused of messy ethics. We discuss Journatic and the future of hyperlocal journalism.
Illinois' most medically fragile kids are among the many state residents impacted by upcoming budget cuts. But parents are fighting back saying the cuts will actually cost the state more. Eddie Arruza has the story.
Meet a master of Chicago boogie-woogie blues. Piano man Erwin Helfer pounds the keys and provides a lesson in local music history.
The memory of beloved political reporter, Carlos Hernandez Gomez, will be honored this weekend at the 3rd Annual Concert for Carlos.
It's one of NASA's most daring undertakings. The Curiosity rover is set to land on Mars on August 6, and the lead scientist of NASA's Mars Exploration Program is here to tell us about the mission, including the so-called "seven minutes of terror."
A new study finds Chicago has severely underinvested in expressways and urges the region to embark on an ambitious long-term road-building plan. The Reason Foundation has proposed a $52 billion plan to decrease congestion in Chicago and increase mobility.
Three Chicago literary experts join us to discuss their top choices for summer reading.