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  • First Lady Michelle Obama's State of the Union guests -- list here

     
    Every president since Ronald Reagan has used the State of the Union address to showcase heroes of the past year -- and convey a sense that they are still connected to the voters and the issues that propelled them to......
  • Michelle Obama's guests: State of Union

     
    by Michael Muskal Part of the ceremony surrounding any presidential speech to Congress is who gets to be singled out and who gets invited to sit with the first family. First Lady Michelle Obama is bringing quite a crowd. This......
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, June 2005

    Two of Extension 720's oldest friends from the Field Museum--provost Robert Martin and adjunct curator James Phillips--talk about the latest research into the origins and descent of human beings. One of the topics is the recent discovery of a supposedly...
  • Jerri Stone

    Jerri Stone
    CAROL HUSTON as Jerri Stone Carol Huston joined the cast of "Matlock" as the fearless private investigator Jerri Stone, whom famed defense attorney Ben Matlock hires to work for him. Jerri is a former police officer, and has seen it all. Her strong-...
  • Jan. 21: - Chicago Scene: Winter Activites in Chicago

    Jan. 21: - Chicago Scene: Winter Activites in Chicago
    For more information and ideas visit: www.ExploreChicago.org CHICAGO CULTURAL CENTER WINTER 2010 EXHIBITIONS January 30 - April 4 Hollis Sigler: Expect the Unexpected Exhibit Hall and Sidney R. Yates Gallery Hollis Sigler found her artistic voice...
  • Extension 720 Classic, Audio Archives, February 2006

    David Galenson, professor of economics at the University of Chicago, and Joshua Kotin, graduate student in English language and literature and editor of the Chicago Review discuss the nature of artistic genius and evaluate the careers of such diverse...
  • Ride the rails to suburban fun

    Ride the rails to suburban fun
    The suburbs of Chicago are like people: Each one has a unique personality with its own appeal and claim to fame. The problem is that (many) city-dwellers balk at the idea of going to the suburbs, and (lots of) suburbanites think first of Chicago —...
  • Homeland security starts with information

    Firefighter Bill Hottendorf didn't get the answer he had hoped for about smallpox vaccines at the Illinois Emergency Management Agency's homeland security seminar in Wheaton on Wednesday. But in the defensive war against terrorism, the more chances...
  • Billy Graham Is Frail, but Mission Is Strong

    He is 86 now and suffering from Parkinson's disease, a progressive nervous disorder that makes it difficult for him to write by hand. He is using a walker as he recuperates after two falls earlier this year that broke his pelvic bone in three places....