We mark Holocaust Remembrance Day with a story of two Catholics who helped rescue Jews in the Netherlands. We also look at how Chicago Catholics are celebrating the canonization of two popes. Plus, country music from Suzy Bogguss.
Tracy Baim of Windy City Times and Tony play the new trivia game "That's So Gay" that aims to break stereotypes and explore LGBTQ history. And, we check in with the Cook County Republican Party to learn about their endorsement for the gubernatorial race.
Housing reporter Dennis Rodkin discusses how renters across the country are dealing with higher prices. Curious City figures out the fate of supplies and materials from closed schools. And, Cheryl Raye-Stout tells us what we have to look forward to in Chicago sports.
The White Sox, yes the Chicago White Sox, could have a shot at the playoffs this year. They just won five in a row so, with a little luck and some decent play, the South Siders could see postseason action. Meanwhile, Thursday the Bears wrap up their preseason business.
Jim Hendry was fired from his post as Chicago Cubs general manager on Friday. His long tenure with the franchise was marked by some rather long-term contracts--some stand to affect the club for years to come. Of course the Cubs don’t have a lock on bad contracts.