The popular AMC drama Breaking Bad returned Sunday for its fifth and final season. The critically-acclaimed show follows the (mis)adventures of chemistry teacher turned crystal meth maker Walter White.
Dennis Rodkin and Bob Floss join Eight Forty-Eight on Monday to discuss the health of Chicago's real estate market. Rodkin does concede that there have been some positive changes on the market recently, but Chicago isn't improving at the same rate as other cities.
While the Farm Bill has an obvious impact on farmers, it also affects consumers and the food we eat. The biggest issue with how food travels from farm to grocer to kitchen table is market control by a few companies, says one expert.
A correction has been made to the story.The Chicago Artists' Archive wants artists and their work to be remembered. The archive creates a record of work so the public can experience the art outside the traditional gallery space.
Tom Seeberg says, "It's not about moving on; it's about moving forward." Seeberg has been trying to move forward since he lost his daughter, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Seeberg, in 2010. Lizzy was a student at St.