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  • Cutler and Bears an uneasy but necessary fit

    Cutler and Bears an uneasy but necessary fit
    For the 12th time in the last 35 games Monday night, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will miss a start because of injury. Alas, the condition of the sod hasn't been the only thing to warrant constant worry at Soldier Field the past few seasons. To...
  • Snowstorms arrive as cold temperatures continue

    Snowstorms arrive as cold temperatures continue
    After unseasonably cold temperatures dominated the weekend weather discussion Saturday in Chicago, snow will be the centerpiece of weather activity today. Storms coming from the west are expected to drop somewhere between 1 and 3 inches across the...
  • No. 89 is No. 1 epitomizing Chicago and the Bears

    No. 89 is No. 1 epitomizing Chicago and the Bears
    For his first official picture in a Bears uniform in the spring of 1961, Mike Ditka eagerly showed up at Soldier Field ready to do exactly what he was told during the team's photo shoot. That included putting on whatever jersey the Bears issued their...
  • Biggs: Bears more productive with McCown at QB

    Biggs: Bears more productive with McCown at QB
    You don't need to be a football lifer or have the eye of a scout to determine Jay Cutler is a superior athlete to Josh McCown with a much stronger arm. Similarly, you don't need to have an analytics background to determine the offense scores more points...
  • Emergency officials urge Bears fans, others to bundle up

    Emergency officials urge Bears fans, others to bundle up
    Chicago emergency officials are urging residents to take precautions to keep warm Monday, with forecasts calling for gusty winds and temperatures dipping into the teens. About 4:45 a.m., the temperature at O'Hare International Airport was 23 degrees and...
  • Fans bear down on the cold: 'It's what you do'

    Fans bear down on the cold: 'It's what you do'
    It was 11 degrees just before kickoff Monday night at the coldest Bears home game so far this season. But in a parking lot outside Soldier Field, the Volpe family was grilling out. Sam Volpe, 52, a Bears season ticket holder for 27 years, stood...
  • McCown, Jeffery have Bears looking like playoff team

     McCown, Jeffery have Bears looking like playoff team
    Conventional wisdom said throw the ball away and take the field goal. So, naturally, Bears quarterback Josh McCown took his chances. December in the NFL is no time for the timid, and the Bears arrived Monday night at Soldier Field intent on seizing...
  • 21 reasons to leave the house

    21 reasons to leave the house
    It's 2 degrees outside, and just the thought of wrestling into 17 layers of wool -- plus parka -- saps your will to live. But you've seen every episode of "Boardwalk Empire"(twice), your rations of last week's chili are depleted and restless leg...
  • '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...
  • Payoff on fourth-down call may be Trestman's buy-in moment

    Payoff on fourth-down call may be Trestman's buy-in moment
    In a tunnel inside Lambeau Field before the Bears changed their season by beating the Packers on Monday night, coach Marc Trestman succinctly answered a question that explained a lot about what would happen over the next couple of hours — and...
  • 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...
  • 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...