The EPA and scientists are trying to discover the source of holes at the Indiana Dunes. What is causing them and what's the solution? Also, Lake Bell, star of "In a World...", talks about the voice-over community, the topic of her new film.
Kickstarter originally began as a way to get the average person's project out of the shadows, but now bigwigs are using it to fund their pet projects. Is this fair? Also, a chat with R&B and blues artist Syleena Johnson.
With Navy Pier headed toward a re-design in the next couple years, can the design continue to attract so many tourists? And, Matteson, Illinois, officials are closing Lincoln Mall. What does this imply about the future economy of the south suburbs?
Bloggers Veronica Arreola and Lee Bey help us digest the top stories of the day, including subsidized water usage for nonprofits and the gender salary gap. Music from The Milk Carton Kids before they play a sold out show at Lincoln Hall. And real estate expert Mabel Guzman discusses the American dream.