We hear from a man who was sentenced to life without parole when he was 14 years old, and a woman who warns the state against abolishing such sentences retroactively. Then, University of Chicago Law Professor Randolph Stone discusses a new report that recommends abolishing juvenile sentences of life without parole. Next, sports contributor Cheryl Raye-Stout discusses the future prospects for the Sox, Cubs, and Bulls. Monique Parsons reports on a Muslim comedy tour coming to Chicago this weekend. As we approach Valentine’s Day, Ashley Gross reports on the high cost of gold, chocolate, and flowers. Plus dance critic Lucia Mauro previews Valentine’s performances.