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Dove's brings Southern comfort to Chicago

Dove’s brings Southern comfort to Chicago

October 6, 2014

Welcoming patrons with intoxicating sounds of old-school Chicago soul and blues music, Dove’s Luncheonette, 1545 N. Damen Ave., is a fresh addition to the booming Wicker Park restaurant scene.The James ...

(Left to right) Sean Huber, Ian Farmer, Jake Ewald and Brenden Lukens of Modern Baseball, which charted on the Billboard 200 after the release of its second album You’re Gonna Miss It All. the band will appear at Riot Fest in Humboldt Park on Sept. 14 at 6 p.m. on the Revolt Stage.

Modern Baseball hits home run in pop-punk community

September 8, 2014

Guitarists Brendan Lukensand Jake Ewald founded Modern Baseball, an emo pop-punk band known for its eclectic style, in 2011 while they were still in high school. Bassist Ian Farmer and drummer Sean Huber l...

Running of the Bulls

Ihmoud's Moods

By Media Relations Editor

April 21, 2014

Its official: The Chicago Bulls are the No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, and they are in a great position to make a solid run in the postseason.Chicago is matched up against the Washingt...

Noah born to win

Ihmoud's Moods

By Media Relations Editor

March 10, 2014

It seems like a lifetime ago that Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose went down with another season-ending injury and fans and analysts began to count the Bulls out for the season. Some even wanted the te...

Kristen Stewart latest to fight celebrity misconceptions

By Trevor Ballanger

August 17, 2012

Since the dawn of celebrity, affairs of the stars have been splattered on magazine and newspaper covers worldwide. Naturally, everyone has opinions, therefore, making a complete stranger's business anyone's own. Today, the situation has become grossly exploited with the help of Facebook, Twitter, blogs, YouTube and every trash magazine everywhere.The latest piece of celebrity meat being preyed upon is Kristen Stewart. Hones...

Circle City attracting broader sports audience

By Etheria Modacure

April 11, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS—Flocking from all around the country and globe, fans descend upon this city once a year to see the world’s biggest sporting event, the Indianapolis 500. Thirty years ago, this was the one sporting event the city could tout as its own.Fast forward to 2011, and the town hosted the Men’s (2010) and Women’s (2011) NCAA Final Four, NFL Scouting Combine and FINA World Championships. In February, Super Bowl XLVI...

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