The last time the Sklar Brothers performed stand-up on New Year’s Eve was more than a decade ago in Sacramento, according to Randy Sklar. Known for their quick banter as seen on cult TV show Cheap Seats on ESPN Classic, and as co-hosts of the podcast Dumb People Town, the twin brothers who perform together […]
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Why one of Chicago’s most loyal Bulls fans missed the opening of The Last Dance
An ESPN audio documentary about former MLB star Jose Canseco will make its world premiere in front of a live audience in Chicago.
The Cubs’ manager orchestrates an extra-inning victory just as the not-time-to-panic stage was looming.
The famous sports columnist and podcaster gets a half-hour slot on the cable network.
The continuing repercussions from the racial protests at Mizzou.
ESPN’s O.J.: Made In America is about so much more than just O.J. Simpson.
For the 30th straight year, the 1985 Chicago Bears have won Super Bowl XX, and our town has gone a little bit crazy.
The case of ESPN sportscaster Jessica Mendoza shows that there are still a lot of people who can’t take women seriously—especially about sports.
Everybody knows everybody lies
To say that a lot has changed in the 51 years since Chicago hosted the NFL draft is beyond an understatement.
Mixed media feelilngs about Aaron Kromer’s indiscretion
The media look for the ultimate power—and scapegoat—in the NFL’s latest scandal.
On Stephen Smith and the Man Booker Prize