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Sentinel Travel EditorHey there, hi there, ho there, Disney-philes: It's time to make plans to head for Dearborn, Mich. Why there? Because The Henry Ford, a Dearborn museum, is partnering with Walt Disney Imagineering to present "Behind the Magic: 50 Years of Disneyland."...
They sure don't make tight ends like they used to, and it's a good thing for Gabe Reid and the Bears. Every NFL roster has 53 spots. Any time a guy such as Reid can play two positions well enough to trust on Sundays, it's like adding one. That gives...
Tribune staff reportersCrowds are staying away from popular attractions. Shopping malls have fewer customers. Planes take off half full--or less. Jittery about the economy and their own jobs, many are keeping cash in their wallets rather than spending it. Across the country...
Tribune staff reporterIf Chad Hutchinson has a role model these days, it should be Virgil Carter. The parallels abound. In 1968, Carter, like Hutchinson on Sunday, was the fourth quarterback of the season for the struggling Bears. He came out of nowhere (in Carter's case,...
Tribune pro football reporterThey are ready to play in Soldier Field. Beach volleyball, that is. Bulldozers moved a sand base into place last week for the heated grass field that remains on schedule for the Bears opener Sept. 29. Seats and steps also are being installed. Nearly 1,...
Tribune staff reporterOver the last few months, the renovation of Soldier Field has neared its final shape, giving Chicago its first real look at a massive, very public building previously seen only in glossy architectural drawings. Towering over the historic colonnades the...
Tribune staff reporterAngry Bears season ticket-holders lit up the team's permanent seat license hotline and Lake Forest offices Tuesday upon getting letters notifying them that their requests for seat licenses in the new Soldier Field had been denied. Those fans likely...
ChicagoSports.comGreetings from Mo-Town. The big story in town is the Lions are trying to win two games in a row for the first time since the advent of the forward pass. Everyone's picking the Lions because they're at home and the Bears haven't exactly done anything on...
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Tribune staff reportersAfter decades of griping about their fan-unfriendly throwback of an arena and a series of ill-fated plans to replace it, the Chicago Bears on Thursday finally won state backing to build a glitzy new stadium in the shell of Soldier Field. The $587 million...
Tribune Architecture CriticThe more things dribble out about the Soldier Field deal -- things the Chicago Bears and the Daley administration were careful to downplay or conceal when they began their hurry-up offense to pass the plan last fall -- the more it is apparent that what is...
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Tribune staff reporterOn a bad day turned horribly worse, the Bears lost a football game, then were stunned by the news late Sunday that running back Curtis Enis is out for the season with a torn left anterior cruciate ligament. The news was particularly shocking because Enis...
Tribune staff reporterLinda Freveletti still chuckles about the phone call she received from her son Jake Christensen early last month. "Jake called from school and said he was inviting the offensive linemen over for dinner," Freveletti said. "I had to run out and do a little...
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