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  • Ricketts family adds investors to help pay for Wrigley rehab

    Ricketts family adds investors to help pay for Wrigley rehab
    The Ricketts family has brought six investors into the ownership of the Chicago Cubs to help finance a $375 million renovation of Wrigley Field — and the family may not be done selling pieces of the team. The family remains in control of the...
  • A week in the baseball desert

    A week in the baseball desert
    Things I've learned after a week of shooting Cubs and White Sox spring training workouts in Arizona: - Everyone is in a good mood, all of the time. For the players, it's easy when you're undefeated and have visions of the World Series in your dreams....
  • White Sox pitcher Jesse Crain building back strength

    White Sox pitcher Jesse Crain building back strength
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jesse Crain and the White Sox are content to take it slow this spring. The right-handed reliever, who signed a minor league contract in January, is rebuilding strength after missing the entire 2014 season with the Astros...
  • Sporty Stwraps make your luggage stand out

    Sporty Stwraps make your luggage stand out
    Some travelers go to great lengths to distinguish their luggage: DIY duct-tape designs, eye-popping decals, brightly colored ribbon and the like. It's a good idea if you're hoping to quickly identify your stuff at the airport (and, um, don't mind your...
  • Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Charc week, Cards Against Humanity and more things to do in Chicago on Thursday, Feb. 25. EAT Charc Bites The Dawson 730 W. Grand Ave. 312-243-8955 Try charcuterie from the nine restaurants participating in Chicago's inaugural Charc Week, plus...
  • Derrick Rose-Patrick Kane injuries a double whammy of title death blows

    Derrick Rose-Patrick Kane injuries a double whammy of title death blows
    Mother Nature will decide over the next few days whether this February will go down as one of the coldest in Chicago history. To the city's sports fans, it officially became one of the cruelest Tuesday night. The surreal news release came from the...
  • Melky Cabrera all in to win with White Sox

    Melky Cabrera all in to win with White Sox
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — On a night in November during the baseball general managers meetings, as discouraging messages from agents and other clubs trickled in, Rick Hahn doubted whether the White Sox's offseason plans would come together. Outfielder...
  • Beverly woman is South Side Irish Parade queen

    Beverly woman is South Side Irish Parade queen
    Chances are, Mary Kate Love will see many familiar faces when she's heading down Western Avenue March 15 on a float as queen of the South Side Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade. The parade runs from 103rd to 115th streets, right through the heart of the...
  • White Sox players 'feel' for Derrick Rose

    White Sox players 'feel' for Derrick Rose
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton called Tuesday “a tough night” for Chicago sports fans following the injuries to Bulls star Derrick Rose and Blackhawks star Patrick Kane. Eaton has dealt with minor injuries over the...
  • Adam LaRoche's beard catches eyes at White Sox camp

    Adam LaRoche's beard catches eyes at White Sox camp
    GLENDALE, Ariz. – White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton hadn’t met new designated hitter Adam LaRoche before Tuesday, so his initial impression was superficial. “LaRoche, when he enters the mix, I think we’re going to have a good...
  • Artist Eldzier Cortor gets to know a city he left 60 years ago

    Artist Eldzier Cortor gets to know a city he left 60 years ago
    Eldzier Cortor, whose sculptural, Afro-Deco images of elegant, elongated black women were once so quietly enmeshed with the 20th century as to seem almost invisible, returned to Chicago the other day. He hadn't been back in decades — many, many...