Pound for pound the funniest headline for the last week, if not month, came from the unlikeliest source—Crain’s Chicago Business. Not widely known for its knee-slappers. But in this case they had me laughing out loud, when a few days ago they posed the following question in a mass e-mailed clickbait post: “A new Bears […]
The Bears pit Chicago versus Arlington Heights in a bidding war to see who’s the biggest sucker.
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This week’s featured gig poster was created by designer Brandon Graham of Welldamme.
Saturday at Soldier Field, Korean pop powerhouse BTS demonstrated their commitment to making a difference in their audience’s lives.
In McCormick Place Lot B, the only thing richer than the grilled beef tenderloin is the daydream of a Bears championship.
Perhaps no local fan base is more loyal than that of the Bears. But what has the so-called pride and joy of Illinois done in three decades to deserve such devotion?
Also, an Illinois Republican congressman calls on the GOP to “disown every aspect of” Roy Moore.
Also, the Illinois house failed to pass a ban on semiautomatic rifle bump stocks.
Also, Harvey Weinstein’s unlikely 1985 Bears connection.
Also, Alderman Ray Lopez wants to overhaul the “deeply flawed” CPD gang database.
Continental bartender Greg Shirilla needs help getting back on his feet, the Hideout’s Back to School Ball raises money for Intonation Music Workshop, and more.
Also, two bars near Soldier Field are supporting Colin Kaepernick by refusing to show NFL games.
Responding to a campaign to remove tributes to the Mussolini henchman, some Chicagoans defend Italo Balbo’s legacy.