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Edison Park »

Emerald Isle in Edison Park poked fun at the Bears' and Cowboys' quarterbacks with a Facebook promotion.

Ashburn »

The Northwestern graduate is the CEO for the Roo Inferno Series Hand Pouches.

South Loop »

The site devoted to the Bears' QB smoking a cigarette is more popular when they lose, says its founder.

Archer Heights »

Doug Bartlett, an assistant coach at Curie, hopes to guide the program to a second straight playoff win.

Gold Coast »

555 International Inc. founder James Geier helped design or build some of Chicago's most high-end spots.

Ashburn »

The ex-Mustangs standout has a huge "chip" on his shoulder after being bypassed in the NFL draft.

South Loop »

The Bears' free agent cornerback said he "doesn't care" where he's playing next year, as long as he wins.

Ashburn »

The former Northwestern quarterback likely will compete for the No. 3 quarterback spot.

Wrigleyville »

The organization of Denver fans, which has about 200 members, has its home base at The Irish Oak.

Lakeview »

Luis Chavez will give Super Bowl play-by-play so his superfan dad can "see" the game at a Lakeview bar.

South Loop »

A Nashville TV reporter tells DNAinfo Chicago he sees why "cyber bullying has become such a problem."

South Loop »

Senior Tori Clark and freshman Dominic Dixon had fathers who played in the National Football League.

Bucktown »

Pulaski recommited to the program created to help students make healthier food choices and stay active.

Downtown »

From Hot Doug's owner to ex-Bear Steve Edwards, the city's dignataries had many reasons to be thankful.