Based on Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name, THE ROAD stars Viggo Mortensen, Charlize Theron, Guy Pearce and Robert Duvall.
Joey's refrigerator breaks down and he doesn't have enough money to buy a new one. Since he doesn't have a permanent roommate, Joey tries to trick everyone into paying for it. Rachel needs a date for a charity dinner. Phoebe competes against Monica and Chandler to fix her up with the perfect man. They become so competitive that it makes Rachel uncomfortable and she decides to go to the dinner without a date. Meanwhile, Elizabeth goes on spring break without Ross. Jealously gets the best of Ross and he hops the next plane to Florida to follow her.
Ruth, the owner of an Alexander Calder mobile appraised by Chris Kennedy in Miami Beach in July 2010, reacts to finding out the delicate, ca. 1950 work of art could be worth upwards of half a million dollars.
Tonights panel discusses the weeks top headlines The swine flu strikes Illinois President Obama marks 100 days in office Chris Kennedy reportedly ponders a Senate race the local real estate market shows some signs of life; the Bulls force Game 7 against the Celtics after a thrilling triple-overtime victory and the Blackhawks go deep into the playoffs against the Vancouver Canucks.
During his complete press conference, Gov. Quinn s focus was centered on the University of Illinois Board of Trustees on Wednesday, Aug. 26. He announces his appointment of two new trustees to the board, including Chris Kennedy, the CEO of Merchandise Mart. He also shares his thoughts on what he will do about the trustees that refuse to resign following the University s clout scandal.
Chris Kennedy is reportedly close to entering the race for the U.S. Senate. What might that do to an already crowded field of potential Democratic challengers? Elizabeth Brackett and her panel weigh in.
Joel and his panel discuss the week's top headlines: Lawmakers betting on video poker to pay for a massive statewide construction program; President Todd Stroger vetoes a sales tax roll-back by Cook County commissioners; Chris Kennedy set to run for the U.S. Senate; the Art Institute unveils the new Modern Wing as well as a hefty admission hikerns down a trade to the White Sox.
Could Merchandise Mart be up for sale? That's a question that many are asking in light of a Crain's Chicago Business report. Kris Kridel joins us to separate fact from fiction and tells us what Merchandise Mart president Chris Kennedy has to say about the rumor.
Governor Quinn named two people to the University of Illinois Board of Trustees, including Merchandise Mart CEO Chris Kennedy. Rich Samuels has the latest on those appointments, and what the Governor plans to do
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