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  • Hitting QBs puts defenders in quandary

     Hitting QBs puts defenders in quandary
    The NFL has gone out of its way to protect quarterbacks — the shiny hood ornaments on their billion dollar product. Can't hit 'em too high, can't hit 'em too low, can't hit 'em as they slide … and, for heaven's sake, don't breathe on them...
  • NHL Thanksgiving Showdown 2013 on NBC

     
    NHL Thanksgiving Showdown 2013 on NBC: Haven’t seen enough roughing, elbowing and fighting during your Black Friday shopping excursion? The NHL Thanksgiving Showdown is back for a Friday matinee game on Nov. 29 on NBC at 1pm ET between the N.Y....
  • Chicago Park District budget calls for increase in parking fees and property taxes

    Chicago Park District budget calls for increase in parking fees and property taxes
    Rates for parking at North Avenue Beach, Belmont Harbor and other park district lots may go up. The change in parking fees is part of the Chicago Park District's $425.6 million budget proposed for 2014. While the district expects to save money due...
  • Charges in Demarius Reed slaying: 'I promised I would not be angry'

    Charges in Demarius Reed slaying: 'I promised I would not be angry'
    Tanesha Reed says she's finally in a "stable place" since losing her son Demarius, but is still struggling not to be angry at the two men accused of gunning down the football standout last month. “I’m not angry. I promised myself at the...
  • Inside the magical world of Martellus Bennett

    Inside the magical world of Martellus Bennett
    Like a stylish mad scientist, Martellus Bennett tinkers in his laboratory. It's away from football and in the basement of his suburban home where his creative mind flourishes. It's where the self-proclaimed "visionary architect" paints, doodles and...
  • Chicago Bears, weather have collided for supernatural games

    Do you have moments when you expect a public outcry but nothing happens? It happened to me last Sunday when fans were evacuated in the first quarter of a Soldier Field game between home Chicago Bears and visiting Baltimore Ravens. The important words in...
  • Artificial surface in St. Louis big test for Bears

    Artificial surface in St. Louis big test for Bears
    On the surface, the Bears' 6-4 record and lofty standing in the NFC North bode favorably going against the less-experienced, 4-6 Rams on Sunday in St. Louis. But the artificial surface at the Edward Jones Dome could become an equalizer and call into...
  • Bears getting very little bang for big defensive bucks

    Bears getting very little bang for big defensive bucks
    Charles Tillman's departure from the 2013 season feels like the final, wretched piece in an unnatural, reverse transformation. Think of a butterfly rewinding backward into a larvae or caterpillar state until you have the pupa that is the Bears devolved...
  • Oberweis to run for U.S. Senate seat held by Durbin

    Oberweis to run for U.S. Senate seat held by Durbin
    A year after being elected to his first public office after five previous tries, state Sen. Jim Oberweis on Friday formally announced his bid for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination. Oberweis, a Sugar Grove money manager and boutique dairy owner, used...
  • Amid patriotism, Veterans Day events evoke struggles of hunger, joblessness

    Amid patriotism, Veterans Day events evoke struggles of hunger, joblessness
    Steven Arnold normally skips formal Veterans Day ceremonies, preferring to stay out of the spotlight. But the Chicagoan, who served as a Marine in Japan in the early 1980s and has a son who recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan, said he was glad to...
  • Kass: Death of a public man provides a private regret

    Kass: Death of a public man provides a private regret
    A few minutes after legendary Chicago chef Charlie Trotter died Tuesday at age 54, two conflicting notions came to mind. One, that obituaries of public people most often serve the vanities of the living who write them, not the dead. Two, that I was...
  • 'Shameless' seeking extras for Nov. 11-16 Chicago shoot

    'Shameless' seeking extras for Nov. 11-16 Chicago shoot
    If you've always hoped to party with the Gallaghers, here's your chance. Showtime's "Shameless" returns to Chicago Nov. 11-15, and they're looking for extras. The series will film its usual shots at the Gallagher house and Sheila's house, but will need...