Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood shared his game face in a tweet before last night’s concert at the United Center. Show us yours using #Letsgohawks on Twitter and we’ll share it in the gallery after the jump. Look what I’ve just been given Thank you! ~ twitter.com/ronniewood/sta… — Ronnie Wood (@ronniewood) May 28, 2013
Chicago Sun-Times Blackhawks beat writer Mark Lazerus is taking your questions on Twitter from 3-4 today. Use #HawksChat to join the conversation. Oh, and while we’re at it, share your Game Face using #LetsgoHawks and we’ll publish it here.
Chicago Sun-Times Blackhawks beat writer Mark Lazerus asked for Rolling Stones-themed questions for the Blackhawks – the Stones play the United Center tonight. Here’s a look at what was offered: [View the story "Rolling Stones meet the Blackhawks - from Sticky Fingers to Stanley Cup" on Storify]
When you pick Tracy Morgan to host your awards show you’re pretty much guaranteed a ridiculous show, and boy did the Billboard Awards deliver. Here are our picks for the top moments of the 2013 Billboard Music Awards: 1. Justin Bieber performed twice, but it was the audience’s reaction to his ‘milestone’ award that lands
The teenage Chicago rap star had previously confirmed that he was dating popular ‘video star’ Pretty Mesha. Now it appears the pair may be engaged. Last week, Keef instagramed the photo above which was posted to MediaTakeout.com. Although they haven’t confirmed their engagement, the couple’s recent tweets seem to do just that: Keef LOVE me!
President Barack Obama tapped Chicago business executive Penny Pritzker to be the next commerce secretary today. The nomination did not come without controversy. Sun-Times Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet writes: “As soon as Obama made the Pritzker announcement, the Republican National Committee went after her for her role in the 2001 failure of the family-controlled
Stand down. An Associated Press tweet about explosions at the White House was the work of a hacker. AP writer Sam Hananel was quick to alert followers to the hack: Please Ignore AP Tweet on explosions, we’ve been hacked. — Sam Hananel (@SamHananelAP) April 23, 2013 The Associated Press quickly issued their official statement at