We talk to Gov. Bruce Rauner and hear from the spokesman of the labor union AFSCME. We learn more about the new twists and turns into exactly who owns late photographer Vivian Maier's work. Photographer Chuck Jines joins us to talk about street photography and his long-term projects. And is it a good idea to give children trophies for participation or does it fail to teach children about competition and winning and losing?
Amateur genealogist Ann Marks sifted through documents online several hours a day for months to make her discoveries about Vivian Maier, and those discoveries could have a major impact on who gets any dough associated with Maier’s work.
With “top 10” and “best places to live” lists popping up all over the web, we’ve been wondering which suburbs are the best to buy a house and raise a family. We examine the motivations behind such “listicles” and give a little love to the ‘burbs.
Last month marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz by the Red Army. That event, and many others over the course of World War II were documented by Soviet photographers and many of the people behind the cameras were Jewish. A new exhibition opened Sunday at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie - Through Soviet Jewish Eyes: Photography, War, and the Holocaust. Morning Shift’s Jason Marck shares his inside look at the exhibit, and the history behind it. Also, how close is Wisconsin to becoming a right to work state? We find out.