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The passes cover games through December, indicating that construction is unlikely to start this year.

Near West Side »

For months, the Command Transportation billboard has stopped making fun of celebrities and sports teams.

West Loop »

As the draft rolls into town, West Loop's ESQ Clothing will dress Notre Dame's top two draft prospects. 

South Loop »

"Peanut" Tillman plans to give copies of his inspirational illustrated biography to Chicago kids.

Rogers Park »

The Lions' rookie, Lane Tech grad and Far North Sider will play at Soldier Field against the Bears.

Wrigleyville »

From autographed baseballs to his monogrammed briefcase, a lifetime of iconic items is for sale.

Downtown »

The Pink, Green and Red lines will have some stations closed and routes changed over the weekend.

South Loop »

Bears CEO Ted Phillips said the team is looking at premium seating ideas and widening the concourse.

South Loop »

The former Bears cornerback has a new book out about growing up, but not everyone gets a chance here.

South Loop »

Tailgating will also be allowed at Grant Park's Hutchinson Field under the Lucas Museum deal.

Downtown »

And they're not even on sale, even though Allen was traded last month to the Panthers.

South Loop »

The 1,500 spots would remain constant thanks to 386 tailgating spaces atop a new 18th Street garage.

South Loop »

While Dad works on software for coaches to develop game plans, Malcolm Davis is a college running back.

Kenwood »

Dr. Gregory Primus, who played receiver for the Bears, already founded a center for orthopedic surgery.

Lakeview »

Mike Pantazis, who jumped from Soldier Field's stands to make the grab, is hosting a party at Abbey Pub.