Today, we continue part two of our discussion on the efforts to prevent young kids from returning to prison. We also get some soul sounds from Reclaimed Soul. And, later we remember a Chicagoan whose passion was old school soul music.
We check in with Gabe Klein to assess the Divvy bike share program. What are the hits and misses? Also, journalist Alison Flowers discusses her new WBEZ series "The Exoneree Diaries", and one of the exonerees she profile shares his story.
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.
Ald. Brookins proposed a new ordinance dishing out hefty fines for littering. Will this be the tactic that stops people from tossing their trash in the streets? And, Mayor Emanuel has identified seven struggling neighborhoods as "opportunity neighborhoods". What are his plans?