We look at the dark side of professional sports-what behavior makes you finally give up as a fan? And, we take a closer look at state of the U.S. Postal Service. Plus, fashion and music collide in our weekly dose of Reclaimed Soul.
We talk about how some Illinois residents plan to invest in Illinois' medical marijuana business. And, we look at the Illinois Green Party's attempts at getting on the November ballot. Plus, we chat with one of Chicago's renowned photographers, John H. White.
We take a look at obesity rates in America and why Illinois ranks 25th in the nation. We also talk about the medical marijuana registration process for the state. Plus, we get a unique take on bluegrass music from three Aussies.
We look at the Cook County GOP's efforts to woo minority voters. And, we talk sports as Chicago Sky head to the WNBA finals. Plus, we chat with comedian Jon Lovitz about his upcoming stand-up show here in Chicago.
We talk about the changing landscape of college from costs to technology. And, we take a closer look at a faith-based alternative to traditional health insurance. And, we talk about a new plan to improve Chicagoans' credit scores.
We look at a recent poll that shows the majority of Americans think undocumented immigrants threaten American beliefs and customs. We unpack the reasons behind such fears, and ask: What does it meant to be American? Plus, we've got another shot of Reclaimed Soul with host Ayana Contreras.
It's back to school for Chicago students. We hear from a couple of high schoolers as they look forward to a new year. Also, we explore a different side to political campaigning. And, the sounds of Chicago's Sones de Mexico stop by to celebrate twenty years of music making.
We talk about the pros and cons of sale by owner and if using a realtor is the best option. And, we look at how some teachers are talking about Ferguson in the classroom. Then, we hear the latest work from Oak Park clarinetist James Falzone.