We check in with a neuroscientist about how the brain responds to fear. Also, the story of a transgender senior citizen who wanted to pass along some etiquette and manners to Chicago’s LGBT youth. Plus, a Chicago Humanities Festival cabaret performance celebrating four female artists. Then, the drum and piano music of The Claudettes.
We take a deeper look at what Governor Pat Quinn and challenger Bruce Rauner have planned for Illinois. And, we look at how Illinois schools are doing on achievement. Plus, we get drama from The Neo-Futurists and music from Dry The River.
Where did zombie lore come from? Modern zombies, the (slow) walking dead that feast on human flesh, have their origins in the vampires of yesterday, but a copyright error may have created the zombie as we know him today.
Halloween pop-up stores are easy to find this time of year. But there are also more businesses seizing the opportunity for short term leases. Even some high-end brands are setting up more temporary shops.