We take a look at how weather-and the winter-are shaping up in Chicago. And, we remember the life of longtime alderman of Chicago’s 50th Ward, Bernard Stone. Also, we take a look at how non religious individuals handle the holiday season. Plus, we dig into our Morning Shift archives.
WBEZ political reporter Alex Keefe is looking almost as weathered as the congressional candidates he's covering. The Curious City team reveals how Millennium Park's bean is cleaned. And Rick Kogan enters the eye of WGN's storm center to sit down with Tom Skilling.
Typically, WGN’s chief meteorologist Tom Skilling addresses reader questions with his famous cheery aplomb, but thanks to our newly-acquired mind-reading powers, we learn what he’s really thinking as he takes on weather-related queries.*