Category Archives: Sports
With MLB’s spring training about to kick off and Chicago’s weather being at an all time low, I’ve been thinking a lot about spending some warm days and nights at Wrigley Field this summer. I can’t wait to catch some … Continue reading
Yesterday, September 21, 2013, was National Red Bull Flugtag. Five cities hosted events: Chicago, Washington, Miami, Dallas Fort Worth and Long Beach. This year, for the first time, the Chicago Flugtag took place at Burnham park. Due to the ever … Continue reading
In my personal (and VERY biased) opinion, I don’t think you’ll find a bigger sports town than Chicago. Sure, L.A. has the Lakers, NYC has the Yankees, Detroit has the Red Wings and Green Bay has that one football team. … Continue reading
Yesterday I was one of the 2,500 people who got to ice skate at the free public skate on the rink set up in Soldier Field in anticipation of the Hockey City Classic coming up in a few weeks. Here … Continue reading
With the sun bazing and hardly a cloud in the sky, it was a perfect Sunday in Chicago to get out and hit the beach. So after driving down Lake Shore Drive all week and watching the progression of crews … Continue reading
As today is Opening Day for the Chicago Cubs, I thought it would be appropriate to post a few of the pics that I have taken of the nostalgic Wrigley Field. Good Luck to the Chicago Cubs as they … Continue reading
The Blackhawks took on the San Jose Sharks at the Mad House on Madison tonight. Going into the last minute of the game, Hawks were down 1-2 when Marian Hossa ties it up sending the game into overtime. As the … Continue reading
Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds trying to make a play at first at a Cubs game in September. With this one done in HDR you can see all of the dirt flying up as the Cubs slide back to … Continue reading
In lieu of the Chicago Cubs introducing Theo Epstein as their president of baseball operations and hiring Dale Sveum as their manager, I thought it would be appropriate to post this. Welcome to the Cubs! Maybe this is the year.
The historic Wrigley Field scoreboard.