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Marie Antoinette entering Versailles
The fourteen-year-old Marie Antoinette is sent away from home to marry an equally young heir to the French throne in order to cement an alliance between the Habsburg Empire and France. It is her duty to produce an heir.
Nurse Nancy Corrigan tends to Olive in Call the Midwife.
Nancy aids a woman as she dies of a painful cancer at home and learns a secret of her life, while Lucille struggles with homesickness and depression that is worsened by an outbreak of racism in London.
Amy and Clodagh Lawless at their restaurant, The Dearborn
Sisters Amy and Clodagh Lawless own and operate The Dearborn in the Loop, but previously chafed at the lack of recognition they received as women in the restaurant industry—and scions of an Irish restaurant family. “We’re always Billy Lawless’s daughter or Billy Lawless’s sister,” Clodagh says. “I’m like, ‘Excuse me.’”
Bracket graphic depicting "The Most Beautiful Bracket Challenge"
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Bartlett, Illinois has won the Most Beautiful Bracket Challenge!
Kiara Jones
Kiara Jones thinks food is a love language, and she has built up a following on social media with her cooking videos. She's one of several students going through a West Side job readiness program called Impact Culinary Training. 
The Most Beautiful Bracket Challenge has the Unity Temple and BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir facing off for Most Beautiful Place in Chicago
It's time for the finals of our Most Beautiful Bracket Challenge, with BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Bartlett facing off against Unity Temple in Oak Park. Vote for your favorite!
Milk Street's Orange Cranberry Soda Bread with White Chocolate Chunks
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the simple but utterly worthwhile soda bread, in a version from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street that is brightened by orange and dried cranberries and slightly sweetened by white chocolate chunks. 
A graphic depicting the "Most Beautiful Bracket Challenge"
The semifinals for the Most Beautiful Bracket Challenge have arrived! In this round, we've got Ping Tom Park vs. Unity Temple, and Tribune Tower vs. BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir. Vote now! 
The Bloomsbury Handbook of Indian Cuisine and one of its editors, Colleen Taylor Sen
Colleen Taylor Sen has lived in West Ridge near the South Asian mecca of Devon Avenue for fifty years, before there even were South Asian restaurants and shops. She has written numerous books about Indian food, although she came to writing them later in life.
A graphic depicting the "Most Beautiful Bracket Challenge"
What do you think is the most beautiful place in Chicago? Vote in round one of our bracket challenge! Round one features eight locations included in The Most Beautiful Places in Chicago with Geoffrey Baer.
The Henry Hinds Laboratory for Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago by Ike Colburn
If you're in search of beautiful buildings, the biggest bang for your buck is to explore Chicago-area college campuses, which have noteworthy structures within easy walking distance of each other. Geoffrey Baer highlights a few. 
Geoffrey Baer in the Rookery in Chicago
A new Geoffrey Baer special, a Frontline on our uncertain economic times, an exciting drama line-up, St. Patrick’s Day, and a profile of Dr. Fauci are all coming up!
Two seniors from Kelvyn Park High School fill out their ballots for the Feb. 28 Chicago municipal election behind voting booths at the Kilbourn Park polling station. (Michael Izquierdo / WTTW News)
Did you keep up with the news in and around Chicago in February? Test your knowledge of local headlines with our February news quiz.
Geoffrey Baer in the Rookery in Chicago
In his newest special, Geoffrey Baer explores The Most Beautiful Places in Chicago, from gilded lobbies to verdant parks and eye-bending skyscrapers to glorious sacred spaces. He discusses the project, and what he loves about Chicago. 
Alversa Beals celebrating the opening of Operation Life’s medical clinic in West Las Vegas in 1972. She's featured in the upcoming Independent Lens story, "Storming Caesars Palace."
Celebrate Women's History Month with WTTW in March with the stories of women who were leaders in their fields.