Thursday, May 31, 2007

News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
The University of Chicago just received an anonymous $100 million grant to be used to help lower income students afford the elite school. How are students affording college? What do schools owe them? Guests: Michael Behnke, University of Chicago; Lon Kaufman, University of Illinois at Chicago; and Keith Todd, Northwestern University

Staph Infections
A study at Stroger Hospital says drug-resistant staph infections are on the rise among Chicago's urban poor. We'll ask a doctor of infectious disease why this is... and what can be done to protect ourselves from getting it. Guest: Dr. Robert Daum

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Nourish for Knowledge
Many Chicago Public School children go without food when the school week comes to an end. Now there's a movement to solve that problem. Christian Farr tells us how the Greater Chicago Food Depository is helping CPS bridge that gap.

57th Street Art Fair
The 57th Street Art Fair is 60 years old. We'll find out what keeps this Hyde Park showcase going strong.

Chicago Mountain Biking
Did you know there was mountain biking in the Chicago area? We'll visit the best trail in the area. Peter Strazzabosco is the author of Chicago Mountain Bike Trails Guide. The featured bike trail started at the Bullfrog Lake parking lot in the Palos/Sag Valley Forest Preserve.

Supper Club
We'll go to Clark Street just north of the Chicago River for contemporary Asian cuisine. The executive chef from Le Lan shows us how to make a crisp tomato shrimp salad.

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