The Bulls had a good season last year, by most accounts. The team produced two All-Stars in Pau Gasol and Jimmy Butler, earned the No. 3 seed in the Eastern Conference and progressed to the semi finals of the playoffs.
But the team’s major mission remains unaccomplished as the Bulls have yet to win a championship in the Derrick Rose-era.
With a new coach, new system and a young rookie looking to earn a role on the team, Chicago has a new outlook on its title aspirations. A new work environment combined with past anguish from losing to LeBron James may be just what the Bulls need to push past the Cavaliers in the playoffs.
‘The Blackening’: How a Chicago comedian’s takedown of horror cliches grew into high-profile Hollywood movie
Second City alum (and critic) Dewayne Perkins co-writes and co-stars in comedy film about why the Black characters always die first.
The world-renowned conductor, who is stepping down from his post with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra later this month, plans to return to the podium at Symphony Center, but less frequently and without the demands of being the orchestra’s music director.
Orit Peleg is in the process of an extended study into the mysteries of the meaning of the blinking of fireflies.
if Illinois wants to get the best student achievement bang for its taxpayer buck, it should stop subsidizing the choice to send children to a private school.
By politicizing sexual and gender identity, we’ve made it harder to support a group of students who often feel marginalized. We need to do better.