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  • Five fun area bike rides for families

    Five fun area bike rides for families
    For a nifty nature experience in the heart of the city: Northerly Island loop. Begin/end at 1200 S. Linn White Drive In this sylvan slip just south of Museum Campus (the peninsula that formerly served as Meigs Field), the nature preserve on...
  • Building the perfect Chicago hot dog

    Building the perfect Chicago hot dog
    Of all the regional foods out there, the one that's mystified me the most is the hot dog. Yes, hot dogs have deep roots in Chicago. A version was served during the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition; they were popularized on countless street carts...
  • Fire draw in return from World Cup break

     Fire draw in return from World Cup break
    The Fire have a message for the estimated 28,000 fans who attended Tuesday's World Cup viewing party at Soldier Field: We've also got a soccer show for you. The Fire hope to convert interest in the World Cup and the U.S. team's run to the round of 16...
  • Mannelly retires from Bears after 16 seasons

    Mannelly retires from Bears after 16 seasons
    The flawless precision with which Pat Mannelly went about his job snapping the football for 16 years and the leadership he brought to the locker room as the longest serving player in Bears history are reasons why the club waited this deep into the...
  • Patrick Mannelly's presence will be missed

    Patrick Mannelly's presence will be missed
    For years, Patrick Mannelly occupied a locker in the corner of Halas Hall where he often sat quietly observing the scene as reporters interviewed Bears teammates who made bigger headlines and earned larger salaries. Over 16 seasons, Mannelly has seen...
  • Blackhawks will play Capitals in 2015 Winter Classic

    Blackhawks will play Capitals in 2015 Winter Classic
    The Blackhawks are headed to the great outdoors — again. As first reported by TSN in Canada, the Hawks will face the Capitals in the 2015 Winter Classic on New Year’s Day in Washington. The site is yet to be announced, but it likely will...
  • U.S. success sparks World Cup fever in Chicago

    U.S. success sparks World Cup fever in Chicago
    Chicago soccer legend Willy Roy noticed the strangest thing during a trip last week to Wood Dale American Legion Post 1205: People wanted to talk soccer. Even for a man who built his life around the beautiful game, this almost never happens. "Older...
  • Blackhawks' McDonough: 'Honor' to play in Winter Classic

    Blackhawks' McDonough: 'Honor' to play in Winter Classic
    The NHL released the 2014-15 regular-season schedule Sunday afternoon and made it official that the Chicago Blackhawks will face the Washington Capitals in the 2015 Winter Classic in Washington, D.C. The matchup was reported last week but not formally...
  • Pedicab paralysis

    Pedicab paralysis
    Taste of Chicago and Lollapalooza festgoers won’t be able to ride in pedicabs down Michigan Avenue this summer to escape the thousands of people pouring out of Grant Park. That’s because Michigan Avenue and State Street are off-limits to...
  • Top rookie longshots for all 32 teams

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange Top rookie longshots for all 32 teams While most public attention was focused on the big name draftees or free agent acquisitions, the NFL OTAs and minicamps served as a first proving ground for...
  • George Lucas Selects Chicago as Home for Narrative Art Museum

    George Lucas has selected Chicago to be the home of his museum of art and movie memorabilia, according to the Chicago Tribune. The highly anticipated decision comes after the windy city battled both San Francisco and Los Angeles for the honor. The museum...
  • Americans love soccer; they just don't get it.

    Americans love soccer; they just don't get it.
    Still bummed about that 2-2 tie vs. Portugal, soccer fans? Think about this: Exactly 20 years before Sunday's game — June 22, 1994 — the U.S. beat Colombia 2-1 in the first round of the FIFA World Cup. The Tribune's headline called it "U.S....