Ed Shurna, executive director of the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, is retiring from the non-profit organization later this month, and he reflects on the changes he’s seen in Chicago’s homeless population since the 1990s.
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 talk with a financial planner about why so many middle-class Americans says they'll never be able to retire. We also check in how Chicago's Bulls, 'Hawks and Bears are faring. And, a look at the connection between race, class, and fashion.