We travel back in time and look at photos found 50 feet below the Tribune Tower. And, we look at the state of the Dillinger Museum in Northwest Indiana. Plus, we get a mix between jazz, prog, metal and more with the band Sand.
We get an update on the controversy surrounding the George Lucas Museum. And, we talk about the changing landscape of retirement and what it means today. We also look at what a GOP-controlled Senate means for the American economy. Plus, the sounds of Chicago jazz vocalist Petra van Nouse.
We get an update on the Chicago Archdiocese documents and the city's SRO ordinance. Plus, we learn more about black storytelling from the National Association of Black Storytellers. And, we get our weekly dose of "Reclaimed Soul".
We take a look at the Illinois Troops to Teachers program that's helping military personnel transition into a teaching career. And, we talk to the students of the "CPS Shakespeare!” program. Plus, a look at the modern American family through the eyes of playwright Stephen Karam.
We get an update on what's to come in the ongoing battle to raise the state's minimum wage. And, we hear from the creator of "The Longest Shortest Time" podcast that helps parents adjust to their new role. Plus, the country western sounds of Chicago's Golden Horse Ranch Band.
We get more on the Illinois midterm election. And, we look at ways a house of worship stays relevant in a changing neighborhood. Also, Chicago photographer Sandro Miller talks about his new exhibit at the Catherine Edelman Gallery. Plus, the legacy of saxophonist, Charlie Parker.