Over the past year, basketball cards—and sports cards overall—have seen their popularity and worth increase exponentially. Will it last?
Former Bulls superstar Derrick Rose was traded to the Utah Jazz and he’s expected to be waived. Don’t cry—he’s a tragic hero without being a particularly sympathetic one.
Also, paper and plastic bag use has dropped by 42 percent since the bag tax was implemented.
Also, Rahm Emanuel’s brother met with president-elect Donald Trump in New Jersey over the weekend.
Also, Chicago’s election history proves that truth is stranger than fiction.
Also, an analysis of polls shows that if only men were voting, Illinois would be the sole midwestern state to elect Hillary Clinton.
Also, the woman accusing Derrick Rose of rape testifies in civil court.
Also, Donald and Ivanka Trump hit town Wednesday to raise money with Mike Ditka.
Also, Stephen Colbert sold hot dogs at Wrigley Field this weekend.
Also, Derrick Rose’s alleged gang-rape case is back in the spotlight.
Also, Chicago Public Schools will open more than 250 sites for students during one-day teachers’ strike.
Also, how the Blackhawks can win the Stanley Cup in June, and proposed microapartments for Old Chicago Main Post Office.
Also, a suburban show choir survives a bus fire, and the Bulls memories we may want to forget.
No, Robert Silverman, Derrick Rose isn’t the NBA’s Bill Cosby.
As long as Mayor Rahm’s daring to criticize the bond raters, he’s should start playing hardball with the lenders who stand to profit from Chicago’s economic crisis.