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  • Las Vegas welcomes NHL for awards, meetings

    With talk of expansion to Las Vegas percolating, the city welcomes the NHL this week for another awards show while general managers and the board of governors set the league's short- and long-term future. This is the first time the general managers are...
  • Local resident was make-up artist for 'Doc' Emrick, NBC sportscasters, during Hawks' win

    Local resident was make-up artist for 'Doc' Emrick, NBC sportscasters, during Hawks' win
    While many in the greater Chicago area were spraying champagne and screaming with joy when the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup for the third time in six years on June 15, Lake County resident Cheryl Gorey had to contain her excitement. She was in...
  • Chicago does itself proud with displays of devotion to Blackhawks

     Chicago does itself proud with displays of devotion to Blackhawks
    I normally prefer to shower with water instead of beer. But it was special Monday night when Blackhawks fans jammed in the basement of Lotties Pub and sprayed Coors Light everywhere as the final seconds elapsed in Game 6. I never had lived in a city...
  • Miguel Montero on pizza, FIFA and 'Naked and Afraid'

    Miguel Montero on pizza, FIFA and 'Naked and Afraid'
    Cubs catcher Miguel Montero plays fast and loose with his opinions. Which makes him the perfect person to ask about a number of topics: Unpredictable Chicago weather "It's obviously way different than Arizona. Early in the year it's really cold. In...
  • Old Canal Days showcases revamped art fair, history

    Old Canal Days showcases revamped art fair, history
    Only artists with quality, "better than standard" pieces were allowed to sell their craftwork at this year's artisan fair at Lockport's Old Canal Days festival, according to organizers. The show was "highly juried," setting the items available for...
  • Blackhawks' dynasty? There are worse curses

    Blackhawks' dynasty? There are worse curses
    The question of whether the Blackhawks are a dynasty will be answered when the question no longer needs to be asked. Here's what we know. It's close enough for Chicago. Around here a four-game winning streak can cause hyperventilating in the bleachers....
  • City: 2 million attended Chicago Blackhawks parade, rally

    Crowd estimates are in and the city of Chicago says about 2 million people attended the parade and rally honoring the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup win. The Chicago Fire Department says its responders treated 41 patients, mostly for heat issues. The fire...
  • Letters to the editor

    Letters to the editor
    Keep Lincoln-Way North open Lincoln-Way North High School should not be closed. North has been open only since 2008 when Lincoln-Way East was appropriately deemed overcrowded. The need for Lincoln-Way North remains today. Consider closing the oldest,...
  • Speak Out: Compromise on boat, RV rules in Oak Lawn

    Speak Out: Compromise on boat, RV rules in Oak Lawn
    Oak Lawn is considering parking restrictions on RVs and boats on residential property. If it's anything like other Southland towns, sometimes these vehicles are parked in the grass, bigger than the homes they're stored beside, or they sit unused and...
  • Judge brags about Blackhawks during federal court hearing

    Chicago's Stanley Cup fever has made it all the way to federal court. Defendant Peter G. Rogan appeared in Chicago federal court on Friday after waiving extradition from Canada to face health care fraud charges. Rogan has been in Canada since 2006....
  • Review: Muti closes season with Bates' magical, musical bestiary

    Review: Muti closes season with Bates' magical, musical bestiary
    Practiced man of the theater that he is, Riccardo Muti knows how to bring down a curtain with proper flourish. For the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's season finale this weekend, he is getting a huge assist in that regard from the two B's –...