We begin a week of 10th Anniversary shows with a look back at Chicago housing and development in the past ten years. A roundtable of experts joins us to discuss how money and real estate trends have changed the landscape of Chicago.
In the past decade, you could argue that Chicago's Loop has matched its glory days of the 1940s. The city's central business district is no longer just that. It's an attraction to hordes of shoppers, students and theatergoers.
Chicago Tribunecolumnist Mary Schmich has been watching the demolition of public housing from her window. Here are her thoughts on the meaning of home. I grew up in a family of ten people. We moved a lot.