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  • Sighting: LeBron James, Miley Cyrus party at The Underground

    Sighting: LeBron James, Miley Cyrus party at The Underground
    Miley Cyrus partied Friday at The Underground, but the 21-year-old “Wrecking Ball” singer wasn’t even the most famous person at the club that night. That honor goes to LeBron James. The NBA mega-star – in town to face the Bulls...
  • Kings' six-game win streak comes to end in 3-1 loss to Blackhawks

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  • Educating players on dangers of illegal hockey hits must start early

    Educating players on dangers of illegal hockey hits must start early
    The NHL was right to suspend Boston's Shawn Thornton 15 games for his premeditated assault Dec. 7 on Pittsburgh defenseman Brooks Orpik, though it should have suspended Pittsburgh forward James Neal more than five games for kneeing Boston's Brad...
  • Have a seat for rest of season, Derrick

    Have a seat for rest of season, Derrick
    If Derrick Rose is fine with missing the rest of the season, then so am I. In fact, I’d declare him done right now. Look, the Chicago Bulls aren’t winning anything this season even if Rose does make it back from surgery on his left knee. I...
  • Sighting: Blackhawks hang out at Underground after playoff elimination

    Sighting: Blackhawks hang out at Underground after playoff elimination
    Not every athlete feels like going home and sulking after a tough loss. Some need a good distraction to take their mind off the disappointment. The Blackhawks’ Patrick Kane, Marian Hossa, Kris Versteeg, Nick Leddy, Corey Crawford and Brandon...
  • Missing desperation factor, Kings miss out on chance to end series

    Every time the Kings have had to be resilient during a sometimes-turbulent playoff journey this spring, they've bounced back emphatically. They faced elimination six times in the first two rounds and not only escaped but thrived, gaining confidence as...
  • Once poised for a third-round knockout, Kings are now on the ropes

    Once poised for a third-round knockout, Kings are now on the ropes
    Now, the Kings know how they made the San Jose Sharks feel after the first round of the playoffs and the regrets they left the Ducks to brood over just a couple of weeks ago, in the second round. The Kings, who staged an epic comeback after losing their...
  • Uh-oh: LeBron chooses the Bulls' division

    Uh-oh: LeBron chooses the Bulls' division
    Bad enough that the Bulls couldn’t get past LeBron James in the Eastern Conference. Now they won’t get past him in the Central Division, either. Beep, beep, drive home safely. James made his choice Friday and made his announcement far...
  • Chicago Fire Festival fizzle not alone among city's arts duds

    Chicago Fire Festival fizzle not alone among city's arts duds
    Redmoon Theater's attempt to celebrate the Great Chicago Fire on the Chicago River Saturday fizzled when the houses it had built on boats wouldn't light. No floating inferno. No spectacle. Tens of thousands scuffling away, let down. We turned our...
  • 'Take Me to the River' crosses Memphis musical boundaries

    'Take Me to the River' crosses Memphis musical boundaries
    In the Memphis music documentary "Take Me to the River," which arrives Friday in Chicago, generations sometimes uneasily merge in the gray area between soul and rap, the past and the future. The tension is played out in tight smiles and raised eyebrows....
  • Sighting: 'Chicago Fire' actors, Blackhawks dine together at The Local

    Sighting: 'Chicago Fire' actors, Blackhawks dine together at The Local
    Taylor Kinney and Jesse Spencer didn’t follow hockey closely until they began filming NBC’s “Chicago Fire” in Chicago in 2012. Now the two actors are Blackhawks fans, attending games on occasion and hanging out with the players....