Monday, September 12, 2005
News Analysis with Phil Ponce
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, how prepared are we for a major disaster? Phil Ponce examines that question with a panel that includes Mayor Daley's Chief of Staff, Ron Huberman.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the closest major city to New Orleans, has absorbed tens of thousands of evacuees. How has the disaster changed that town? Elizabeth Brackett recently returned from the region and has the story.
Bears Alumni Club
It's a rough start to the Bears season. We'll talk about rookie quarterback Kyle Orton's losing debut yesterday with former Bears quarterback Bobby Douglass in the first edition of this season's "Bears Alumni Club."
John Callaway takes us into the world of barbershop singing and discovers a barbershop legend in our midst. September 12-16 is "You can Sing Too" week nationwide, sponsored by the Barbershop Harmony Society. Click here to find a chapter near you.
EXPO: Magic of the White City
The extravagance of the 1893 World's Fair is shown in a new documentary, EXPO: Magic of the White City, narrated by actor Gene Wilder. Mark Bussler, the Chicagoan behind the production, talks about it with Bob.
One More Thing...
...about what happened to baseball cards.