SEEN ON THE SCENE: Music mogul Berry Gordy, in town chatting up the April opening of his “Motown The Musical” hit show at Chicago’s Oriental Theatre, based on his life and the music legends he launched, dined with his musical’s fellow producers Kevin McCollum and Doug Morris at the popular vegan eatery Green Zebra Sunday night. … Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Flava Flav were spied Saturday checking out Chuck’s Manufacturing at the Hard Rock Hotel — where they also caught the Mayweather/Canelo fight. … Yup, that was Lance Briggs cocktailing at Public House the other night. … Tortoise Club was the eatery of choice for WLS-Channel 7 sports anchor Jim Rose and his wife, Lakesha. … Among recent sports sightings at Joe’s Stone Crab have been the Cleveland Indians’ Nick Swisher, ex-Bear Chris Zorich and (separately) former Bear Matt Suhey, and current Bear offensive lineman Roberto Garza — happily celebrating the Bears razor-thin, last minute win over the Vikings Sunday night. … Meanwhile Garza’s teammate Martellus Bennett dined at Hugo’s. … Fans spotted actor Elias Koteas at Gibsons over the weekend. Ditto for Cedric the Entertainer and retired NBA player Rasheed Wallace, now an assistant coach with the Pistons. … While here for Riot Fest, The Replacements, Pixies, AFI and Superchunk all made the scene at Paris Club.
Celeb sightings range from Berry Gordy to Flava Flav to Cedric the Entertainer
You gotta do what you gotta do in cases like these.
A 37-year-old man was in an alley in the 2700 block of West 65th Street when he got into an argument with a male in a vehicle.
That’s the good news. But there’s quite a bit of bad news for the Bears, too.
Getting the second-round draft pick playing time will be the tricky part, with veteran Jason Peters playing well in front of him at left tackle. "It’s a good problem to have," coach Matt Nagy said.
In all, at least 19 Illinoisans are among the hundreds charged nationwide in connection with the riot that interrupted the Electoral College vote count and led to what prosecutors say is likely the largest criminal investigation in U.S. history.