There is no news here. Nothing could be more every day – literally. I did something that one in 20 Chicagoans do on weekdays and something that I’ve done too many times to count. I took a ride on the CTA Red Line.
On Friday's Afternoon Shift we get into the discussion on race happening across our airwaves and website all summer. First we take a ride on the CTA's Red Line to survey the racial make-up of the passengers.
It's official. Erwin Dreschler is closing his longtime Lakeview restaurant erwin on July 1. The restaurant was a breeding ground for some of Chicago’s most innovative chefs, including Paul Kahan and Mindy Segal, and focused on using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Today on the 3@3, Monica Eng and Lusia Chu join Steve Edwards to indulge in some foodie fodder:Steve Edwards: This has been a huge week for food trucks as the mayor has come out with a proposal allowing trucks to cook on premises.
While the Farm Bill has an obvious impact on farmers, it also affects consumers and the food we eat. The biggest issue with how food travels from farm to grocer to kitchen table is market control by a few companies, says one expert.