Thursday, April 26, 2007

ComEd Rate Freeze
Legislative maneuvering in Springfield puts a ComEd rate freeze back in play. Elizabeth Brackett will get details from a ComEd official.

News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
In the wake of the Virginia Tech shootings comes word that a senior at Cary-Grove high school has been arrested because of violent content in a creative writing assignment. Has the pendulum swung too far? Eddie Arruza and his panel will take a look.

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Illinois Public Health
We'll hear from Dr. Eric Whitaker, the state's public health director. He'll tell us about the state of Illinois' public health and insuring the uninsured.

"Many Hands" Blankets
At a workshop for developmentally disabled adults in Englewood, the product is baby blankets in your choice of animal designs. The Many Hands Baby Blanket, designed by FunQuilts, can be purchased through their website. The Blankets are made by CARC (formerly, the Chicago Association for Retarded Citizens), which offers a wide array of services for people with developmental disabilities.

Meet Sophia Siskel
The world renown Chicago Botanic Gardens is getting a new leader. We'll meet newly selected president and CEO Sophia Siskel and find out what her plans are for this North Shore treasure.

On the ArtBeat
The wildly ambitious conductor of 3 local orchestras reveals the secrets of his success.

McAnnich Arts Center

NW Indiana Symphony

Supper Club
We'll go to the western suburbs for a taste of old Italy. The chef from La Piazza will a make dish that's easy to prepare and delicious. For the recipe, click here.

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