We talk to columnists Eric Zorn and Neil Steinberg about Wrigley Field, Bruce Rauner and Chicago Violence. We cover off-the-beaten path travel destinations in Chicagoland. Plus, we look at how a new Twitter account is tracking what politicians do online.
With the holiday drawing closer we're talking all things fireworks. The community of Pilsen fights the placement of a metal shredder in their neighborhood. Plus, the Illinois high court allows Jon Burge to keep his pension.
We discuss crime in Chicago's "safe" neighborhoods. Reporter Natalie Moore joins us to talk about the Whole Foods coming to Englewood. Plus, we examine Berkshire Partners' acquisition of Chicago-based Portillos.
We review this week's top headlines with columnists Eric Zorn and Neil Steinberg. We look at what to expect from the Chicago Pride events this weekend. Plus, we talk about Tech Week and what Great Britain is doing with Google Glass.
The Better Government Association sues Navy Pier's operators, over their alleged lack of necessary transparency in spending. We talk about a nationwide prostitution sweep. Plus, we discuss the auto industry's recall problems.
We discuss how gangs affect students and what community groups are doing to prevent it. Jeni Britton Bauer, owner of Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream, joins us to talk about her sweet treats. Plus, we talk about World Cup fever in the Chicago area.