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Former Illinois Governor James R. Thompson talks about 50 years of Illinois politics.
Former U.S. Senator Alan Dixon about his years in office and his new book.
Pension reform and state university retiree health insurance plans are discussed
Jak Tichenor talks with U. S. Representative John Shimkus.
Bruce Kraig discusses his new book on the history of the hot dog.
A tribute to one of the most influential metalsmith artists of the past century.
Jak Tichenor talks with area lawmakers about what's next in the pension issue.
Toni Preckwinkle is the first woman to serve as Cook County, Illinois Board President.
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Depression era artwork abounds in post offices across southern Illinois.
A large feature at the SIU Museum is a Totem Pole likely crafted during the CCC program.
Lasse Sorenson prepares a simple, yet extraordinary dish that he calls Oysters and Cod.
Primo Angeli's "The Silent Majority" is an example of his grounbreaking social commentary.
The world's oldest flying DC-3 visited southern Illinois in its fully restored glory.
Heavy bombers and other vintage aircraft visited southern Illinois in a special event.
Better health and more wealth can be had by staying local for your food sources.
A look at the 2012 Sustainability Living Expo at the Dixon Springs Ag Center.
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