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White Sox broadcasters liked most - but not all - of what they saw in 2021
Don't get broadcaster Steve Stone going on the notion that White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf doesn't spend money.
"This idea that Jerry won't spend is a bunch of crap. It's ridiculous," Stone said.
It's not Jason Heyward's fault the Chicago Cubs wildly overpaid
On April 5, 2010, baseball's number one prospect and McDonough, Georgia's own 21-year-old Jason Heyward stepped into the left handed batter's box at Turner Field for the very first time against Carlos Zambrano and the Chicago Cubs.
Arlington school board race: Meet the candidates running
One seat is open on the Arlington School Board, a five-member body that helps oversee the public school system of roughly 23,000 students in Northern Virginia.
Self Esteem: Prioritise Pleasure review - Britain's funniest, frankest pop star drums out her demons
hroughout Prioritise Pleasure, her second album as Self Esteem, Rebecca Taylor searches for a feeling she can rely on. Her stomach and heart seldom align. A callous lover makes her doubt herself.
Analysis: why is it business as usual while UK Covid infection rates rise?
More than 20 months into the Covid pandemic and with a tough winter looming, the public could be excused for having a distinct sense of deja vu.
Ibrahimovic tells Milan to keep fighting after Porto blow in Champions League - Soccer News
Zlatan Ibrahimovic joined the Champions League's 40-plus club on a miserable night for Milan, as the Swede insisted: "We have to do better."
Washington Football Team: 3 players already proving they won't be back in 2022
The Washington Football Team sits at 2-4 after losing at home to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Any chatter about them repeating as NFC East champs can be put on ice.
British soldier tried to climb a tree to escape elephant charge, inquest told
A soldier that was killed by a charging elephant had tried to climb a tree to escape, his comrade said in an inquest that started today.
'I feel like I was preyed upon': District inspectors say DBI director Patrick O'Riordan kept them off connected builders' sites - Part II
Before his recent retirement, Norman Gutierrez was perhaps the Department of Building Inspection's longest-serving employee. He was hired in 1987 and worked there for 34 years.
West Side Story at 60: the dazzlingly modern musical that'll be hard to beat
t's the opening credits that do it right away.