Some black men are ditching the comfort factor to dress up when they go out because they say they’re less likely to be targeted by the police. Plus, fantasy sports has gone micro...and we find out why TV networks and professional sports leagues are dumping a ton of money behind the concept. A new play sheds light on the Chicago mob’s involvement in the JFK assassination. The Cubs just keep rolling. And we talk to one of the speakers at this weekend's SlutWalk in Chicago.
A St. Louis Public Radio reporter gives an update on Ferguson, Mo., one year after the death of Michael Brown. We hear some suggested methods to reduce the noise around O'Hare Airport. The Oak Park Library is working to establish a sister library with Cuba. We’ve also got a sports roundup from our WBEZ Sports Contributor. Minneapolis folk singer Charlie Parr performs folk music from his latest release.
Why there’s a backlog in processing evidence in rape cases. Check in with our sports contributor Cheryl Raye Stout to get a sense of the Cubs and White Sox trade landscape. We continue our look back on 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a focus on the legal issues surrounding the law. W talk with a time management expert with advice about how to achieve work/life balance.