This week’s election was expected to bring a second “Year of the Woman” to American politics. After Tuesday, here’s what that looks like in Illinois: The state’s congressional delegation added one woman, and there will be at least one, maybe up to three, more women serving in Springfield come January.
Former and outgoing Illinois leaders offer suggestions for the man going to the mansion.
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It can be a struggle to live in rural Illinois. A study finds lack of access to quality healthcare is a major reason. And if you live outside of the Chicago area, the Illinois political landscape is often quite different. We learn how the latest election results continue to shape the political divide. That and more on this episode.
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The upcoming general election will decide whether Republican Bruce Rauner gets another term as Illinois governor or if the voters will choose to go with Democrat J.B. Pritzker. But there’s one outcome of the election we already know for certain: Illinois will continue its experiment with amateur politicians running state government.
" Good Friends ," here's " The Arrangement ." Joni Mitchell, a " Woman of Heart and Mind ," turns 75 today. She's " A Lucky Girl ." To celebrate our " Solid Love " for her, try our Joni Quiz, a virtual " Banquet " of 75 questions about Joni's life and music. It's yours " For Free " — a kind of " Twisted " " Lesson in Survival ." "If" you're thinking " I Don't Know Where I Stand " and want to shout " Help Me ," please do not call on the Internet. " No Apologies ," it's all " Down to You ." Don...
Yona Stamatis talks with Illinois Symphony Orchestra Music Director and Conductor Ken Lam and guest piano soloist Alon Goldstein about Friday night's (November 9th) ISO concert, featuring Britten's "Simple Symphony", Tchaikovsky's "Serenade for Strings" and Shostakovich's "First Piano Concerto". http://www.ilsymphony.org/