When President Obama revealed his $4 trillion budget Monday, Midwest water watchers noticed that the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative was taking a bit of a hit. We disucss what this move will mean for the health of the region’s waterways. Also, we get a taste of a true Wisconsin Fish Boil. And, choreographer James Kudelka joins us to talk about The Man in Black, his upcoming show with the Joffrey Ballet.
All this week, we’ve been talking about goals Mayor Rahm Emanuel set for himself in his first term. On Thursday, we talk about the Mayor’s promises of a more open and transparent government. Are you getting all the information you need to know how the city runs?
Professor Tina Campt, Professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Director of the Africana Studies Program, Barnard College, New York, engages three innovative conceptual frameworks for theorizing diasporic formation that depart from traditional emphasis on mobility, resistance and expressiveness as primary idioms of black culture.
Updated on 11/15/11 at 11:20 a.m.A new study shows that Cook County’s persistent shortage of affordable rental housing has gotten even worse in recent years.For years, the constraint on affordable housing came from the overheated real estate market.