Interviewing guests at the Institute of Design memorial in Crown Hall on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology. The student work on view is a collaboration between the Schools of Architecture and Planning, and the Institute of Design.
Hearing Chopin being played through the pipes of another apartment and a tale about a young girl who died and whose father froze her body in an ice house are among the stories in Stuart Dybek's book, "The Coast of Chicago." Dybek explained that although his stories may seem dream-like, he tries to come up up with stories from some place of reality.
Author Ross Miller discusses his latest work, which centers around Chicago and the aftermath of the Great Chicago Fire and its effects on rebuilding the metropolis and the advantages of gaining a new take on architecture and society.
A sprawling conversation with R. Buckminster Fuller including his great aunt Margaret Fuller, future communication, the nature of work, human nature, and physics.
A panel of women discuss raising their families while getting welfare assistance and living in poverty in Chicago.
Horace Cayton discusses Long Old Road: An Autobiography (part 3 of 3).
Discussion about Italians in Chicago