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  • Letter: Criticism of Lucas museum is illogical

    Urban planner Leslie S. Pollock wrote for Outside Opinion on July 27, criticizing the proposed location of the Lucas museum near Soldier Field. Here's an edited response:  The Lucas museum should be more visible? You don't know the design, and it will...
  • Chicago to get early peek at Blue Angels jets

    Chicago to get early peek at Blue Angels jets
    Chicagoans eager to see the U.S. Navy Blue Angels perform their famed daredevil stunts at the air show this weekend can catch the military jets a few days early when they fly over the city for a photo shoot Wednesday. Six pilots are scheduled to fly...
  • In praise of Lucas museum site

    In praise of Lucas museum site
    Urban planner Leslie S. Pollock wrote for Outside Opinion on July 27, criticizing the proposed location of the Lucas museum near Soldier Field. Here's an edited response: •The Lucas museum should be more visible? You don't know the design, and it...
  • Bears owe Cook County $4 million in delinquent taxes

    Bears owe Cook County $4 million in delinquent taxes
    The Bears were sacked this week for having underpaid ticket taxes on expensive club seats and luxury suites at Soldier Field. An Illinois appellate court ruling Wednesday said the football team owed Cook County $4.1 million in back taxes and interest...
  • Chicago photos of Martin Luther King Jr. in Smithsonian

    Chicago photos of Martin Luther King Jr. in Smithsonian
    He was a young priest with a camera when the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Chicago in the 1960s, but now his images of racial tumult and civil rights marches are housed in the Smithsonian. Bernard Kleina, an amateur photographer at the time,...
  • Vandalized Soldier Field suites to be ready by game day

    Vandalized Soldier Field suites to be ready by game day
    Two suites vandalized at Soldier Field over the weekend will be cleaned and ready for Friday’s Bears game against the Philadelphia Eagles, authorities said Wednesday. The vandalism, which included someone smearing condiments around one of the...
  • Refreshing critique of college sports model

    Refreshing critique of college sports model
    During a game at Soldier Field in 2002, Marcia Mount Shoop heard a Bears fan one row away boorishly complaining about her husband — then the team's beleaguered offensive coordinator. "John Shoop needs to rot in hell,'' the guy yelled. "Someone...
  • Bears lose key receiver with broken collarbone

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT The first major injury of Chicago Bears training camp occurred at a position where they could least afford it -- No. 3 wide receiver. Coach Marc Trestman said last week that 2013...
  • Bears' 34 points illusory as O-Line struggles

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Chicago Bears - INSIDE SLANT The 34 points the Chicago Bears piled up in their preseason-opening win over the Philadelphia Eagles masked at least one offensive problem they could have for the foreseeable future. The...
  • As Chicago debuts go, Zach Miller's was memorable

     As Chicago debuts go, Zach Miller's was memorable
    One day later, Chicago continued to buzz about Friday's memorable debut packed with possibility and hope. No, not that one. With due respect to Cubs prospect Javier Baez and baseball's most exciting last-place team, the city's first exposure to...
  • Republicans hold national meeting in Obama's hometown, tout 'permanent ground game'

    Republicans hold national meeting in Obama's hometown, tout 'permanent ground game'
    Top national Republicans held their summer meeting in Chicago today in a symbolic defiance to hometown President Barack Obama, Illinois’ blue-state status and Democrats who control the Senate, and vowed an expensive and expansive mid-term campaign...
  • NFL players to get tracking chips in shoulder pads

    NFL players to get tracking chips in shoulder pads
    Beginning with the NFL's regular season, players will be equipped with tracking technology in their shoulder pads measuring how fast, far and what routes they run – in real time. How far did that player actually run to gain 4 yards? How fast? When,...