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  • Nov. 12: Chicago Scene- Author Liam Ford

    Nov. 12: Chicago Scene- Author Liam Ford
    To purchase a copy of the book: Soldier Field: A Stadium and Its City (Chicago Visions and Revisions) Sports fans nationwide know Soldier Field as the home of the Chicago Bears. For decades its signature columns provided an iconic backdrop for...
  • Bears jokes

    Bears jokes
    Q. What's the difference between the Chicago Bears & the Taliban? A. The Taliban has a running game! Q. What do the Chicago Bears & Billy Graham have in common? A. They both can make a stadium full of people stand up & yell "Jesus Christ." Q. How do...
  • Political Smackdown: Former Wrestler Takes On McMahon

    Linda McMahon, in her campaign to unseat U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd, has repeatedly distanced herself from the business that made her rich and propelled her aspiring political career - professional wrestling. In TV commercials and campaign brochures,...
  • 10 things you might not know about famous evangelists

    Christian evangelists can be forgiven for feeling under siege these days. Amid charges of runaway personal spending, Richard Roberts resigned as president of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, and six tax-exempt ministries were recently asked by Sen....
  • American Obesity

  • Ride the rails to suburban fun

    Ride the rails to suburban fun
    The suburbs of Chicago are like people: Each one has a unique personality with its own appeal and claim to fame. The problem is that (many) city-dwellers balk at the idea of going to the suburbs, and (lots of) suburbanites think first of Chicago —...
  • Glenn Beck: Right message, wrong messenger

    Glenn Beck: Right message, wrong messenger
    Even the Rev. Billy Graham might have been a tad emerald with envy — if it wasn't a sin. Still, who couldn't help but marvel at the multitudes who turned out last Saturday for the Sermon on the Monument? Less a political rally than an old-...
  • L.A. Memorial Coliseum is America's most historic sporting venue

    LOS ANGELES — Whether Colonial Williamsburg, Boston's Freedom Trail or Washington's monuments, tracing the steps of patriots, presidents and pioneers never ceases to inspire. Same holds for iconic sports arenas. Among those of us who revel in the...
  • Fate put him in pulpit, Joel Osteen does the rest with an upbeat message and media savvy, the Texan rises to stardom

    Few would have predicted Osteen's impact that Sunday morning in 1999. After less than a year at Oral Roberts University, Osteen had returned home to work at Lakewood's television ministry, where he spent the next 17 years behind the scenes. Joel Osteen,...
  • Homeland security starts with information

    Firefighter Bill Hottendorf didn't get the answer he had hoped for about smallpox vaccines at the Illinois Emergency Management Agency's homeland security seminar in Wheaton on Wednesday. But in the defensive war against terrorism, the more chances...
  • A pontiff of the people

    A pontiff of the people
    Pope John Paul II, the world-traveling, working-class pontiff who stood up to the Soviet bloc and won the allegiance of tens of millions, died Saturday in Vatican City. He was 84. "We all feel like orphans this evening," Undersecretary of State Archbishop...