Archive for August, 2013

UCL Draw Unveiled

UCL Draw Unveiled

It was a magnificent 75 degrees today in Monaco, and amidst all the glitz and the glamour that is that principality, the leaders of the UEFA decided to reveal the group pairings for the upcoming season of the Champions League. Why they picked Monaco for the announcement can only be explained by pointing out that UEFA isn’t based out of Monaco (it’s in […]

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E*Beat – Catherine Zeta-Jones Calls it Quits
Bears Bring Bite

Bears Bring Bite

It’s kind of tough to make far-reaching conclusions out of a preseason game, especially one against the Oakland Raiders, but the Bears did bring the noise Friday Night while they jumped out to a 27-0 halftime lead.  The running game popped, which should mitigate ongoing fears for Jay Cutler’s untimely interceptions. Cutler had all his weapons at his disposal against Oakland, except for 15, and seemed to be a […]

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E*BEAT #34 BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE LETTER J (J-Lo and Ray-J)

Jennifer Lopez derives her continuing fame from Americal Idol.  Brandy plays to an empty stadium.  Ray-J, Brandy’s brother knows Kim Kardashian.  Kanye knows that to.  Watch Elle Bouchard break it down for E*Beat.

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E*BEAT #33 KANYE ON JENNER’S TALK SHOW AND SOMEONE COMES OUT
E*Beat #32 Hey, Kanye – Bieber Heart Jay Z is Not a Cool T-shirt
Soccer Kicks Off

Soccer Kicks Off

Another marathon season commenced on Saturday with the return of European football across that continent. The typically crazed love affair with the sport has fans in an uproar over everything from coaching changes to off-season player transfers to players still rumored to be transferred before the window closes.  Vast sums are at stake, and each move is scrutinized by every denizen of every pub in […]

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Undoubtedly Autumn

Undoubtedly Autumn

Weather in the Windy City has taken a turn for the better and with it comes the change in seasons, not only meteorologically but athletically as well. Today’s high in the Chicagoland area will probably not reach much higher than seventy and for all those who hated the oppressive heat last year, then this is welcome relief. With this climatic […]

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