Julie DiCaro is a weekend host, update anchor for 670 The Score and a columnist for CBSChicago.com.
She studied journalism and French at Indiana University before getting her JD at DePaul’s College of Law. After 15 years of slogging away in the trenches of criminal and family court she escaped into the world of her first love, giving her opinions on Chicago sports to a captive audience. A Cubs blogger since 2007, Julie has written for such outlets as Deadspin, Red Eye and Huffington Post. Don’t try to make her feel bad about her love for soccer or professional wrestling, because it won’t work. Oh yeah, and she really hates red peppers. You can follow her on Twitter @Julie DiCaro.
What’s up with the criticism of minor, harmless misdeeds while looking the other way on serious transgressions?
Every single member of the Cubs organization believes this team can win the World Series this year, a feeling both elating and terrifying for the fan base.
It’s always someone else’s fault in Marshall’s mind.
Yes, Horse Twitter exits. We found that out Monday.
Baker’s comments on Aroldis Chapman encapsulate the big problem with allegations of violence against women by pro athletes.
What do you stand for, Chicago?
Stressed? Spend time with those you love — like Kris Bryant and Kyle Schwarber.
The distraction continues for the Blackhawks after nothing was answered regarding Patrick Kane on Thursday.
It’s likely that Rose will never have to appear in court, as most civil cases don’t go to trial.
Recently, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers managed to insult female football fans everywhere, and this time it had nothing to do with Jameis Winston.
Don’t be part of the problem, and don’t make up facts.
It’s time to overhaul the MLB All-Star Game voting procedures and tweak other rules.
Why now? And why is America playing a leading role? Julie DiCaro explains.
The Bears sent a message that they stand firmly behind whatever stories their players choose to tell them.
The Seahawks’ “investigation” of Clark sets a dangerous precedent.
Why is Mayweather getting a free pass during these times of heightened domestic violence awareness?
The Chicago offense is humming.
What can White Sox fans can expect when the club’s top prospect debuts?
Cubs fans are understandably amped to see Bryant start his MLB career.
The top players of the Cubs and White Sox need to have fearsome walk-up music.