The matador defense comes to the NFL.
On the media’s shallow coverage of Derrick Rose
The Sun-Times sportswriter says its good to see Rose “become a man.”
Sportswriters let the Bears have it, Krugman lets SCOTUS have it
The media look for the ultimate power—and scapegoat—in the NFL’s latest scandal.
Indignation is media’s default response to vexing sports news.
Joe Ricketts launched DNA Info. His son Tom runs the Chicago Cubs. What are we to think?
Are baseball predictions—and by extension our annual Golden BAT awards—falling out of fashion?
“We have to help Chicago,” education secretary Arne Duncan says.
The Derrick Rose file—let God sort it out.
On guarding the gates of the Hall of Fame
Sun-Times sportswriters disagree on need for a euphemism for “pissed off”
I was headed downtown on the train the other day, immersed in Solomon Burke, whose singing about lost love is so freaking great that I’d undoubtedly taken on the look of one of those miserable, iPod-listening professionals Ben Joravsky is so worried about—though I’m actually just a melancholy, iPod-listening semi-professional, and pretty happy to wallow […]
Sun-Times sports editor Chris De Luca has extra reason to appreciate our Golden BAT award.
No green cards for foreign-born flora and fauna!