The multimedia project #312Soul explores four eras of music and how they shaped the sounds of Chicago.
The commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health stops by Reset to discuss the logistics of the testing.
The budget plan includes a boost in military spending and major cuts to the social safety net this year.
Sports betting has been legalized in Illinois, but 8 months after the bill was signed, it still hasn’t launched in the state.
Tribune Publishing CEO Tim Knight resigns and CFO Terry Jimenez will replace him. News industry analyst Ken Doctor joins Reset to discuss.
Four South Side hospitals have decided to merge. Reset checks in with two of their CEOs to discuss why it’s happening and how it will work.
As communities of color face mass deportation and incarceration, a new statewide program aims to give them legal aid. Reset dives in.
Incoming American Library Association leader Tracie Hall stopped by Reset to talk accessibility, activism and the power of information.
Chicago Tribune reporter Gary Marx joins Reset to discuss the New York Times op-ed he co-wrote about his company’s future.
The hosts of the podcast Chewing stop by Reset to discuss the history of Chinese food in Chicago and foods to celebrate the Lunar New Year.