We discuss the new documents that could bring changes within the Catholic Church. And, we talk more World Cup as fans flock to Soldier Field to check out the USA/Belgium match. And, we hear the sounds of the Indian Veena from Chicago's Surabhi band.
We take a look at the legal gray areas of a Chicago police cell-phone surveillance program. And, we look at how the recent decline in honeybees has beekeepers concerned. Then later, we hear from vocalist Christine Whack.
We talk about the many modes of transit with the head of Chicago's Department of Transportation. And we look at whether bike lanes should be expanded. Then later, we chat with the director of the new documentary, The Internet's Own Boy.
We take a look at the shadow economy five years after The Great Recession. Plus, the differences between two north suburban developments-Fort Sheridan and Glenview's The Glen. And later, we revisit the music of Paul Burch.
We take a closer look at an Illinois exoneree and how he's trying to put his life back together. And, we talk about the risks some LGBT blue collar workers still face. Then, the sounds of pianist Kuang-Hao Huang, who previews Make Music Chicago.