Jane Addams and her fellow reformers understood the social value of art and its ability to break down barriers and uplift people. Find out how Jane Addams' Hull House was an incubator for early Chicago artists.

One neighborhood in Lombard began as a cooperative community back in the 1940s, where a diverse group of people shared ownership of the land. Have these ideals held up over 70 years? We find out in tonight's Ask Geoffrey.