Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 4/6


On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, the city and Cubs owners are close to a deal to rehab the aging Wrigley Field. Blue Cart recycling goes citywide after Mayor Emanuel tests using private companies to collect recyclables. Some aldermen are concerned about hidden fees and privatization in Emanuel’s $7 billion infrastructure plan. Sketchy accounting rocks Chicago-based Groupon. And in sports, the Blackhawks hit the road for their regular season finale, while the Cubs open the season with a 2-1 loss to the Washington Nationals.

Guests:
- John McCarron, Chicago Tribune
- Kate Grossman, Chicago Sun-Times
- Bruce Dold, Chicago Tribune
- Mike Mulligan, WSCR The Score & Chicago Tribune

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

Monday, April 2:
- Chicago Infrastructure Trust
- Andy Thayer
- Bicycle Sharing
- Joshua Foer
- Ask Geoffrey
- Viewer Mail: Trayvon Martin

Tuesday, April 3:
- Lon Monk Sentenced
- Cook County's New Wellness Program
- Aldermen Question Infrastructure Trust
- Autism Awareness
- Google & The Art Institute
- Stony Island
- Paper Cuts

Wednesday, April 4:
- Recycling in Chicago
- Doctors Recommend Fewer Tests for Patients
- Bright Automotive
- Chicago Business News
- The Power of Habit
- Albany Park Theater Project
- NATO Protesters Reach Deal with City

Thursday, April 5:
- Wrigley Field Renovations & Opening Day
- Groupon Woes
- NATO's Role in Global Politics
- Gays in the Military
- CHA Relocations Linked to Higher Crime
- Modern Classical Music: New WFMT Radio Show
- Viewer Mail: Chicago Infrastructure Trust
- unPHILtered blog: Thanks for the feedback!

Friday, April 6:
- One Summer Chicago

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