Inside The New ‘Reset’ Series ‘Re-Imagine Chicago’

Exchange Houston Sculpture
In this Jan. 31, 2008, file photo, a couple is seen on the underside of the 110-ton stainless steel Anish Kapoor sculpture called "Cloud Gate" and nicknamed "The Bean" at Millennium Park in Chicago. Kapoor's stainless steel "Cloud Column" sculpture in Houston looks like an object in a sci-fi film. "Cloud Column" quickly sparked a culture war as a vertical relative of Kapoor's "Cloud Gate" in Chicago. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh) / Associated Press
Exchange Houston Sculpture
In this Jan. 31, 2008, file photo, a couple is seen on the underside of the 110-ton stainless steel Anish Kapoor sculpture called "Cloud Gate" and nicknamed "The Bean" at Millennium Park in Chicago. Kapoor's stainless steel "Cloud Column" sculpture in Houston looks like an object in a sci-fi film. "Cloud Column" quickly sparked a culture war as a vertical relative of Kapoor's "Cloud Gate" in Chicago. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh) / Associated Press

Inside The New ‘Reset’ Series ‘Re-Imagine Chicago’

How could Chicago’s institutions work better for residents?

In collaboration with the University of Chicago’s Center for Effective Government, Reset is re-imagining schools, public safety, investment and government in Chicago — the “City That Works.”

The show previews how the series will roll out on the radio, through live events and on digital and social media.

GUESTS: Will Howell, director of the Center for Effective Government and chair of political science, University of Chicago; co-host, Not Another Politics Podcast

Amin Cyntje, director of community engagement and live events, Chicago Public Media

Mary Hall, digital producer, WBEZ