Archive for October, 2012

Posing with teammates Tyson Chandler, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Andre Igoudala

NBA Opening Night

The NBA opens for business this evening with two match-ups that should have fans excited. The early game on TNT has a marquee matchup between the reigning NBA champs and the Celtics at home with a ring ceremony. Lebron James comes off his MVP season, MVP Finals, and a Gold Medal; a feat only achieved by Jordan in ’92. James […]

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Huge waves take over Lakeshore Bike Path

Huge waves take over Lakeshore Bike Path

  Huge waves took over the Lakeshore Bike Path early Tuesday morning.

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Rahm Emanuel: Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012

In the morning, Mayor Emanuel will make brief remarks at the Chicago Police Department Sergeant’s Graduation Ceremony at Navy Pier. Then later in the morning, Mayor Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett will be joined by Walgreen Co. CEO Greg Wasson to make an announcement about increasing parental engagement in schools across the city at Eugene Field Elementary School’s Library.

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Waves Crash Over North Avenue Beach

Waves Crash Over North Avenue Beach

Waves crashing over North Avenue Beach this morning, as the National Weather Service issued high wind and flood warnings for the lakefront. The National Weather Service predicted wave heights of 18 to 23 feet overnight.

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Photo of the Day: Looking to Stay in the Game
A 5-Tool Player whom the NL Central calls their own

Giants’ Sweep Marks Broader NL Dominance

The World Series ended last night.  Honest.  Sadly, the number of people who watched the clinching game – other than fans of the two participants – was probably less than watched K-State pummel Texas Tech on Saturday afternoon.  If you are one of those types who waits until the 6th of 7th game to get into the excitement of the World Series then you […]

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Gould Wins game with 41 Yard kick as clock reads zeroes

Enigma: Bears Lose All 4 Quarters Yet Win Game

Tim Jennings intercepted a Cam Newton pass with about 6-1/2 minutes to go in the 4th to give the Bears their first lead of the game.  At game’s end, the Bears had somehow accumulated more points than the Panthers, and improved to 6-1 with the win.  This was an improbable result given that the Bears lost by measure of every other statistic I […]

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Rahm Emanuel: Monday, Oct. 29, 2012

In the morning, Mayor Emanuel and CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett will make an announcement about recognizing excellence in Chicago Public Schools on Chicago’s West Side at James Russell Lowell Elementary School. In the afternoon, Mayor Emanuel will join University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer for an announcement about increasing access to higher education at the Kenwood Academy Library.

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Broke a 62 Yard run for the Irish's first score. The Irish running game accounted for 217 yards of offense and three scores which is exactly what the doctor ordered on the road.

San Francisco Giants and Notre Dame Roll On.

This time it was Ryan Voglesong’s turn in the rotation. He didn’t miss a beat as he produced his own masterpiece going 5-2/3 innings.  It was precisely the kind of economical  pitching that Bruce Bochy wanted and needed. Voglesong was quoted in his pre-game press conference as saying, “If you’re concerned with the cold then you’re not focusing on what you’re doing.” He […]

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Rahm Emanuel: Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012

Mayor Emanuel has no public events scheduled at this time.

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