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Bill Bradley

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  • May 14: Author - Bill Bradley, We Can All Do Better

    May 14: Author - Bill Bradley, We Can All Do Better
    Bill Bradley To purchase a copy of the book: We Can All Do Better Appearing: Tonight 6:00 p.m. Harold Washington Library Center Cindy Pritzker Auditorium 400 S. State Street Chicago www.chipublib.org
  • Eagles romp to 34-7 victory over Dallas

    Eagles romp to 34-7 victory over Dallas
    — The Eagles could rightfully have been arrested for what they did to the Dallas Cowboys Sunday night, administering a near-perfect beating that left their NFC East rivals bloodied and humiliated and possibly in search of a good attorney following a...
  • Confessions of a 1-percenter: What Occupy Wall Street doesn't get

    Confessions of a 1-percenter: What Occupy Wall Street doesn't get
    For more than half my life I was a 99-percenter. I kept my first pay stubs in the news business to remind me where I came from and what was necessary in order to get where I am today. In 1975, while working at a TV station in Houston, I wrote a letter...
  • Presidential candidates scurry for last-minute votes before Super Tuesday

    Move over Super Bowl. Now it's all about Super Tuesday. In the countdown to the biggest primary day in American electoral history, candidates and their surrogates raced across the country today like athletes in the last quarter of a pivotal game. With 24...
  • Discoveries: 'The Lakotas and the Black Hills'

    Discoveries: 'The Lakotas and the Black Hills'
    The Lakotas and the Black Hills The Struggle for Sacred Ground Jeffrey Ostler Viking: 228 pp., $22.95 Despite the presence of Mt. Rushmore, the Lakotas, who have lived in that region since the late 1700s and early 1800s, believe that at least a...
  • John McPhee's new book gets personal

    John McPhee's new book gets personal
    There's a fault line opening in John McPhee. After 28 books and countless essays, he is giving us, bit by bit, a more personal sense of who he is. In a recent, beautiful piece for the New Yorker, he combined an essay on pickerel with memories of his...
  • Dick McGuire dies at 84; Hall of Famer spent decades with the Knicks

    Dick McGuire dies at 84; Hall of Famer spent decades with the Knicks
    Dick McGuire, a basketball Hall of Famer and longtime member of the New York Knicks organization, died Wednesday of natural causes at Huntington Hospital in Long Island, the team announced. He was 84. McGuire, who was still working as the team's senior...
  • Iowa Democrats look to pick a winner

    As the front-running Democratic presidential hopefuls barnstorm this snowy state in the final days before the caucuses, Barack Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton and John Edwards agree on at least one thing: Voters should choose the candidate who will be...
  • From the screen to the political stage

    SHE starred on Broadway and in the opera. She was described as one of the most beautiful women in the country, and she married a famous actor. She came out to Hollywood and starred in the adventure picture "She." History, though, remembers Helen...
  • Is California better off with Arnold?

    Is California better off with Arnold?
    Today's question: Is California today better or worse off since Schwarzenegger became governor in 2003? Was Gray Davis' recall a mistake? Does the proposed recall of Schwarzenegger by the prison guards union have any merit or pose a threat to his...
  • Can California survive 'no new taxes'?

    Can California survive 'no new taxes'?
    Today's question: Will Arnold Schwarzenegger be able to fulfill his promise to never raise taxes? Previously, Boyarsky and Bradley debated whether California is better off under Schwarzenegger. Fix the entire tax structure Point: Bill Boyarsky As was...