Monday, April 03, 2006
News Analysis with Carol Marin
After a three-hour rain-delay, the world champion White Sox started the 2006 season with an early morning win over the Cleveland Indians. Carol Marin and her baseball panel will also talk about the Cubs' opening day thumping of the Cincinnati Reds.
We'll look at research being done in Chicago that could protect us from the Avian Flu.
Cool Japanese comics are a hot property. Fawn Ring has the story of the surprising illustrated stories called 'Manga." Click here for gallery information.
Critic for a Day
WGCI's "Crazy" Howard McGee reviews 16 Blocks.
Tax Filing Strategies
April 15th is looming large, and and if you're like most people you may be making some common mistakes. Mark Luscombe will have tips and strategies for filing correctly and on time. Click here for more information.
Chicago has a new national historic landmark. But it's not a building - it's the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool. We'll have the story behind this hidden slice of nature in Lincoln Park.