Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 2/3


This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week In Review with Elizabeth Brackett, Soul Train icon and Chicago native, Don Cornelius, dies at age 75. Gov. Pat Quinn’s State of the State address calls for a hiring veterans tax credit and more education funding; but where the funding will come from remains a question. Mayor Rahm Emanuel looks to a new website and outside auditors to help transform the TIF program. The free ride for Lollapalooza comes to an end, as the Grant Park music festival now must ask the Cook County Board for a tax break. And in sports, Phil Emery takes the reins as Bears General Manager.

Guests:
- Bruce Dold, Chicago Tribune
- Kerry Lester, Daily Herald
- Roger Crockett, rocrockett.com & Harvard Business Review
- Lester Munson, ESPN

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Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight‘s web stories from this week:

Monday, January 30:
- TIF Reforms & Red-Light Cameras
- Civic Federation: $35 Billion in State IOUs by 2017
- Chicago Business News
- Snowy Owls
- 2011 Koldyke Fellow: Hussam A. Hadi
- Hull House Art
- Viewer Mail: Cat Comments

Tuesday, January 31:
- Navy Pier Redesign
- Paula Broadwell on Petraeus
- Cameras in the Courtroom
- Proposal to Protect Great Lakes
- Chicago Data Apps

Wednesday, February 1:
- Quinn's State of the State Address
- Florida GOP Debates & Primary
- Herb Kent on Don Cornelius
- Pat Bruno
- Morbid Curiosity
- Groundhog Day

Thursday, February 2:
- Gov. Pat Quinn
- Dr. Terry Mason
- Swimming at Promontory Point
- The Chicago Stand-Up Project
- Viewer Mail: Red-Light Camera Expansion

Friday, February 3:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 2/3-2/5

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