Good luck, now, to that ravenous swarm that descended on Bourbonnais yesterday.
You ask, I answer. Questions arrive via every avenue imaginable, now, so it’s the least I can do to take the time to address a few of them. Many are utterly incomprehensible – as I’m sure you can imagine – so I picked a few that I understood.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
This hellacious, Saharan furnace attacking Chicago has roasted any attempt to crystallize a compelling thought about sports, turning them into some kind of burned, twisted, pointless gristle.
Their biological mutualism showed an ugly side over the weekend, when both waded into the dank, murky water of the Penn State child-rape scandal.
No one really knows what goes on in Jose Canseco’s mind, but the former juice head took to Twitter to tell the Twitterverse about his desire to run for governor of Massachusetts.
Yeah, I said it. I saw The Empire Strikes Back as a kid and thought, “What the hell is this crap?” Though the Colt-45 guy’s clothes were pretty pimp.
The chief justice of the Illinois Supreme Court is weighing in on the restrictions the trial judge has placed on tweeting from the courtroom in the trial of William Balfour.
CBS Chicago is providing live updates of the Hudson family murder trial via Twitter. You can follow the updates below.
Today’s date is 4/20. For mature people that date means nothing more than it’s Friday, and we’ve survived another week that has taken years off of our lives. For wastes of organs, the date means some unofficial, lame celebration of marijuana, as though its proponents “celebrate” any less on other days.0
It looks like the Twitter love affair between quarterback Jay Cutler and new Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall will continue.
Check out our live video and Twitter updates from the red carpet. Keep up with all the Grammy award winners, red carpet stunners and celebrity gossip in real-time.
It’s time for Silicon Valley to move over, because a new report Monday says Chicago is becoming a bigger player in the high-tech industry.
The city of Evanston is trying to follow in the footsteps of the White House and Chicago’s City Hall: Evanston’s mayor will conduct a Twitter town hall meeting in two weeks.
If a Twitter ban is meant as a form of punishment for bad behavior, I get it. Because, by barring today’s college kids from using the social networking tool, you’re barring them from engaging in a huge part of campus life.
One Chicago taxi driver is using social media to reach out and give his business a better rap.
The new year is likely to be anything but a happy one for deposed Gov. Rod Blagojevich, but the former governor has a message for his supporters.
Amid pressure from her father, Gretzky’s daughter, Paulina, was forced to shut down her twitter account where she frequently posted pictures of her in less-than-modest clothing.
If you have ever wondered what an average weekday is like at a 911 call center, you will have the chance to find out this coming Friday, November 4, by Twitter.
The real Rahm Emanuel and the fake Rahm Emanuel met Tuesday night — but this time there was no vortex.