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  • Lucas museum and Obama library planners should combine efforts

    This is in response to the Barack Obama library and the George Lucas museum proposals. As a lifetime reader and recent recipient of a master's degree in library and information sciences from Dominican University, I love practically all libraries.  And I...
  • Fire set to honor Lee Stern and legacy of his Sting

     Fire set to honor Lee Stern and legacy of his Sting
    It has been 26 years since the Sting's final game and three full decades past their last championship. Yet fond memories of Chicago's pioneering pro soccer team still echo in the city's sports memory bank. The iconic bee. Black and gold uniforms. Short...
  • Review: 'Football' edited by John Schulian

    Review: 'Football' edited by John Schulian
    There was never a question, for those who read the sports pages of the bygone Chicago Daily News or the Chicago Sun-Times, that John Schulian was a writer of immense, eloquent talent. Here he is in 1981, opening a column about Skip Dillard and Bernard...
  • Cutler on Palmer's new team: 'It's not an ideal situation'

    Cutler on Palmer's new team: 'It's not an ideal situation'
    Two days after being released by the Bears, reserve quarterback Jordan Palmer appears to be hooking on with a new squad. The Buffalo Bills, of all teams. That means Palmer will be back in Chicago on Sept. 7 when the Bills face the Bears at Soldier Field...
  • Most Chicagoans OK with Lucas museum spot

    Most Chicagoans OK with Lucas museum spot
    Much has been made of Mayor Rahm Emanuel offering lakefront land to "Star Wars" creator George Lucas for a museum and the pushback from open-space advocates opposed to the site, but a Chicago Tribune poll found that many city voters don't think it matters...
  • Luke Bryan is the poster boy for the new Nashville

    Luke Bryan is the poster boy for the new Nashville
    MINNEAPOLIS — It was a one-two punch in the gut from two of country's biggest stars. Last fall, Zac Brown declared Luke Bryan's "That's My Kind of Night" the "worst song I've ever heard." This winter, Carrie Underwood called out country radio,...
  • Vets 'get active, get healed' in athletic competition

     Vets 'get active, get healed' in athletic competition
    A roadside bomb in Afghanistan left Israel Del Toro Jr. with third-degree burns over 80 percent of his body. He underwent 130 surgeries to reconstruct his body and face. After the grueling rehabilitation, he made peace with the fact that there were many...
  • Vikings kick in $46M more for new downtown stadium

    The Minnesota Vikings have increased their contribution to their new stadium by $49 million since last fall, including an infusion of $20 million in cash to cover a funding gap for hundreds of items in the $1 billion building under construction in...
  • Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    What rookie has stood out the most during camp and the first two preseason games? -- @deepdishdeclan from Twitter I don’t think there is any question Kyle Fuller, the first-round draft pick, has proven to be the most polished and game-ready of the...
  • Beer down, Chicago beer: Soldier Field brew 4th 'most overpriced'

    Beer down, Chicago beer: Soldier Field brew 4th 'most overpriced'
    If you’ve ever ordered a Miller Lite and felt it was anything but light on your wallet, you’re not off base. Concessions at most stadiums usually carry a high markup, but according to Forbes, Soldier Field’s beer is expensive even by...
  • Bears receiver Marshall signs on as analyst for 'Inside the NFL'

    Bears receiver Marshall signs on as analyst for 'Inside the NFL'
    Bears receiver Brandon Marshall will be taking on added responsibility off the field this season. Beginning in Week 1, Marshall will be moonlighting as an analyst for Showtime’s popular “Inside the NFL” series. That announcement...