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A giant Bridgeport warehouse is home to the city's largest collection of vintage props for movies and TV. Jay Shefsky takes us inside.  

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They closed some 44 years ago, but Chicago's Union Stockyards profoundly shaped the development of the city and the modern world. Dominic Pacyga, a local historian and former stockyard worker, tells the story in his new book "Slaughterhouse.” Pacyga joins us tonight.

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Need some ideas for what to do this weekend? Chicago Tonight knows what is going on!

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Accusations that Chicago Police are mishandling NATO protesters have begun. We talk with one Occupy Protester who says he was arrested and held for 30 hours without being charged.

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Was a butcher to blame for a backup in the Chicago River? Geoffrey Baer uncovers some gruesome Bridgeport history in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.