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After highly publicized diss records, Lupe Fiasco and Royce Da 5’9” joint podcast ends

When the West Side Chicago native and Detroit MCs launched "The Lupe & Royce Show" last year, the duo described their podcast as "half conversation between friends, half interview show, and 100% weird."

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West Side native Steelo Brim parlays ‘Ridiculousness’ into multiple projects

Amid his longtime association with one of MTV’s most popular series, the TV star expands his palette by co-hosting a podcast and co-launching a marketing consultation company, among other pursuits.

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‘Motive’ podcast figure killed girlfriend in apparent murder-suicide, Chicago police say

In what became a viral cellphone video, Earl Casteel was seen shot in the legs by Thaddeus ‘T.J.’ Jimenez in a bizarre case recounted in the 2019 Sun-Times/WBEZ podcast.

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Rahm on Trump: A ‘desperate loser’

"Donald Trump’s kind of posture his whole life has been, `Either I win or it’s been stolen. It’s his grievance politics. This is who he is," former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel told the Sun-Times. "It’s all about him and nothing to do with the country."

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Halas Intrigue Live with Sun-Times football experts

This fall, get the latest on the Chicago Bears with the Halas Intrigue podcast. 

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Catching Up With Costabile & Kenney Podcast: Lisa Byington talks NWSL, WNBA and the fight for equal pay in Ep. 7

The seventh episode features special guest Lisa Byington, broadcast journalist, sideline reporter, studio host and play-by-play reporter.

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Catching Up With Costabile & Kenney Podcast: Lovie Smith talks 2019 season in Ep. 6

The sixth episode features University of Illinois head football coach Lovie Smith who is entering his fourth season with the Illini.

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Hoge & Jahns Podcast: Can the Bears defeat the Packers and win the NFC North?

The Chicago Sun-Times' Adam L. Jahns and WGN Radio's Adam Hoge break down the Bears' Week 15 matchup against the rival Packers.

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Hoge & Jahns Podcast: Can the Bears beat the Rams in Week 14?

Rams at Bears: Hoge and Jahns break down the Bears' matchup in Week 14.

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On The Beat: What exactly is the Blackhawks’ plan moving forward?

PODCAST: Mark Lazerus and Tracey Myers discuss the Blackhawks' so-far underwhelming offseason and answer listener questions.

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On the Beat: Silly season has begun, and the Blackhawks are poised to act

The Blackhawks have cap space to work with and holes on defense and in goal, but how aggressive will they be in the trade market?

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss Roseanne’s ‘bad joke’ and social media etiquette

In the Season 1 finale of "Zebra Sisters," a podcast about race relations hosted by Mary Mitchell and Leslie Baldacci, the hosts call out

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Presidential pardons, commutations seem less about mercy than political tactics

MITCHELL: So can you get a presidential pardon or commutation these days without a celebrity in your corner? Maybe more celebrities should speak up.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss famous interracial relationships and Ida B. Wells

This week's topics include President Trump's posthumous pardon of African American boxer Jack Johnson and the Royal Wedding of England's Prince Harry.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss growing home ownership gap

In the latest episode of "Zebra Sisters," the hosts discuss the disturbing gap between white and black home ownership.

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PODCAST: NFL’s new anthem policy, Kezo Brown and the amazing Golden Knights

Hawks beat writer Mark Lazerus and high school sports reporter Michael O'Brien join Rick Telander for a fun podcast this week.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss Water Tower Place apology, flash mob

Mary and Leslie are joined by diversity and exclusion expert Julie Heard, who explains how to break away from stereotyping and racial profiling.

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PODCAST: NBA Draft Lottery reaction with Bulls reporter Joe Cowley

Bulls writer Joe Cowley joins the newest The Two Ricks: Unfiltered to discuss the 2018 NBA Draft Lottery results.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ call out R. Kelly, Kanye West for ‘twisted’ racial comments

The hosts discuss Kesiena Boom's "100 Ways White People Can Make Life Less Frustrating for People of Color."

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PODCAST: Cubs-Sox rivalry’s past, present and future

In a special episode of "The Two Ricks: Unfiltered," we go live from Wrigley Field with Gordon Wittenmeyer and Steve Greenberg to discuss Cubs-Sox.

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Water Tower Place officials privately apologize to black teens booted from mall

MITCHELL: Emilio Pledger, 14, called his ejection from the Mag Mile "messed up," but said he was used to it.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss how to overcome racial bias in Chicago

Hosts Mary Mitchell and Leslie Baldacci explore how racial bias and stereotypes can be overcome through diverse neighbors and interracial friendships.

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PODCAST: The state of sportswriting (plus Sammy Sosa reaction)

Sun-Times columnists Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander weigh in on the state of sports media and Sammy Sosa's recent comments.

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PODCAST: Colin Kaepernick’s brave stand in the football world

Who is right in the complicated situation between Colin Kaepernick and the NFL? Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander discuss in a new podcast episode.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss black hockey players, 50/50 Day in Ep. 12

In Episode 12 of "Zebra Sisters," the hosts discuss the lack of diversity in hockey and the women's movement.

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‘A season under the gun’ and Orr high school basketball update

In a bonus podcast episode, Rick Telander discusses his award-winning series behind the scenes with the 2017 Orr High School basketball team.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss Starbucks arrests, diversity training in Ep. 11

Hosts discuss the arrest of two black men in a Philadelphia Starbucks in episode 11 of "Zebra Sisters."

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The Two Ricks: Javy Baez and baseball’s unwritten rules

Baseball's unwritten rules have helped govern the game for decades, but do they still have a place in 2018? Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander discuss.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss MLK’s legacy, mortality in Ep. 10

In episode 10 of "Zebra Sisters," the hosts reflect on the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and try to come to terms with mortality.

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The Two Ricks: Weird Science — the Wonderlic and NFL Draft evaluation

Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander discuss the weird world of NFL prospect evaluation with Charlie Wonderlic, the CEO of the famous testing company.

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The Two Ricks: Why doesn’t America hate baseball?

America's attention span is shrinking by the day, so why is baseball so popular? Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander investigate on their latest podcast.

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‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss racial profiling at Water Tower Place in Ep. 9

In episode 9 of "Zebra Sisters," the hosts discuss an incident of racial profiling at Chicago’s Water Tower Place.