Julian Smith’s entire life has been a fight. It hasn’t always taken place in a ring, but he’s been punching back since Day 1.
The White Sox’ home opener will be Nevest Coleman’s first after spending 23 years behind bars for a murder he did not commit.
“I don’t even know what to say,” Mary Kate Martell said among throngs of fans. “It’s really indescribable, that’s the only way to describe it.”
The Loyola Ramblers improbable March Madness run has sparked a new fire within the school’s community and across the city of Chicago.
In all, about 150 custodians marched at Madison and Dearborn streets in the Loop, shouting: “Together we rise, we need our supplies.”
The robberies — at least nine of them — all occurred in a span of about six hours, starting just before midnight Sunday, CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson said.
Loyola fans packed Bulldog’s Ale House on the north side of Chicago to watch as their beloved Ramblers faced Miami Thursday afternoon.
Inspired by the 1963 team, the present Ramblers are ready to make a tournament run of their own.