For Stephen Colbert, Chicago Roots Run Deep The Late Show with Stephen Colbert has started this week on CBS 2 with much fanfare. Many of you may not know that Stephen got his start right here in Chicago.
What Will Stephen Colbert’s Late Show Be Like?For Colbert, it’s been a long journey from Northwestern student, to Second City player, to comedy writer, to Daily Show correspondent, to star of the Colbert Report on Comedy Central.
Your Chicago: The Chef At La DiosaThere's no one quite like Laura Martinez, who runs a Lincoln Park Restaurant. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
Your Chicago: Al Fresco DiningCBS 2’s Kate Sullivan checks out three new hot spots.
The New Literacy: Computer CodingCBS 2’s Kate Sullivan introduces us to a coding curriculum creator and some coding kids.
Founder Of ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ Movement Vows To Never Give UpIt was an inspiring morning for Chicago women as the Women in the World breakfast was held at the Museum of Broadcast Communications on State Street.
Letterman Show Appearances Left Lasting Impressions On Kid ScientistsThe end of the Letterman era on TV is especially poignant for one group of Chicago area people.
Your Chicago: Hot G Dog, Heir Apparent To Hot Doug's?When owner Doug Sohn closed the Chicago favorite Hot Doug's in Roscoe Village, two line cooks decided to strike while the griddle's hot and open their own place. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
Your Chicago: Barrel Of MonkeysThe program exposes Chicago Public Schools students to creative writing and professionally trained actors. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
Your Chicago: Peterson Garden ProjectNow, the organization is teaching people how to cook the food they grow. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
Your Chicago: Apollo ChorusThe oldest musical group in the city formed a year after the Great Chicago Fire. The organization is still around. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
Quinn, Rauner Square Off Over Minimum WageTuesday night’s debate was held at the DuSable Museum of African American History on Chicago’s South Side.
Buyer, Beware: Some Foods Aren't What They Claim To BeResearchers say nearly 10 percent of all food is fraudulent. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
Your Chicago: Chicago Water TaxiThree hundred thousand people a year take a Chicago Water Taxi on the Chicago River. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.