SEEN ON THE SCENE: Yes, that was Jimmy Buffett spied eating healthy at Mity Nice Bar & Grill at Water Tower Place recently — lunching on a veggie burger. … Meanwhile the Dodgers’ star pitcher Clayton Kershaw was seen dining at Foodease — also at Water Tower Place. … Among those recently checking out the Takashi Murakami exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art have been (separately) Sophia Bush, music man Roger Waters and Chance the Rapper. … While in town boosting her new “Kidnap” film, Halle Berry lunched at Prime & Provisions and dined at Maple & Ash. … Joe’s Stone Crab sightings have included a recent night when the men helming both the Cubs and the Bears chose the popular eatery: Joe Maddon and John Fox. The two coaches, who had never before met in person, were introduced and enjoyed sending bottles of wine to each other’s table. … Joy District continues as a sports stars’ magnet with the Hawks’ Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Vinnie Hinostorza, Ryan Hartman and Nick Schmaltz — plus the San Antonio Spurs’ Brandon Paul — making the scene. … Spotted at Chicago’s Barrio Sunday night: some of the “Shameless” cast members, including Shanola Hampton, Jeremy Allen White, Emma Kenney and the newcomer on the show, Jessica Szohr.
Famous faces spotted: Jimmy Buffett, Clayton Kershaw, Sophia Bush
Game will be made up Monday in Detroit.
Biden is ignoring good advice, though he does not refute it outright and discredit it.
Adopt-a-Beach: The meaning of the annual clean-ups via a visit to South Shore Beach, plus Stray Cast
The 30th year of the Alliance for the Great Lakes’ Adopt-a-Beach events matter more than just making the shores of the Great Lakes pretty, as observed up close at South Shore Beach; plus the Stray Cast.
Conor McGregor’s Wrigley Field visit offers new challengers for worst first pitch, 7th-inning stretch you’ll see
The Cubs invited MMA legend Conor McGregor to throw the pregame first pitch and sing during the seventh inning stretch Tuesday night. Both went poorly.
The waves, combined with above-average lake levels, are expected to flood lakefront paths and erode beaches.
People have been tracking their steps for years, but there hasn’t always been a clear daily goal for Americans.