Over the past year, basketball cards—and sports cards overall—have seen their popularity and worth increase exponentially. Will it last?
Imagine if Jordan, not Obama, was the leader of the Democratic Party.
Why one of Chicago’s most loyal Bulls fans missed the opening of The Last Dance
Hometown basketball phenom Markese Jacobs was poised to bring glory to DePaul—until he heard a pop in his knee.
Hodges was an outspoken champion for racial injustice. He believes that’s the reason.
Also, the state senate plans public hearings on Illinois Veterans Home deaths.
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah wraps up a stint at the Athanaeum Theatre.
How the fabled athletic monsters of Chicago’s Midway were created
Also, Rauner isn’t happy with the state senate’s override of his school funding veto.
Also, new Chicago Water Department emails show attempts at firearms deals and jokes about the city’s gun violence.
In his new book, Long Shot: The Struggles and Triumphs of an NBA Freedom Fighter, the legendary three-point shooter recounts how his on-court success was stopped short by his outspokenness.
Shop hyperlocal this season for everything from unorthodox games and Chicago-centric books to craft booze and high-design home goods.
Also, Senator Dick Durbin’s name surfaces again as a possible 2018 candidate for governor.
Deathless memories of Jordan’s team help us cope with Chicago basketball’s dysfunctional present.
Also, family searches for British tourist missing in West Pullman, and Bernie Sanders’s 1963 arrest immortalized in photo.