The 3@3: Obama on same-sex marriage, the NATO summit and the Hudson Trial.Today on our 3@3 panel, Lolly Bowean of the Chicago Tribune and Mark Bazer of the Interview show talk about the stories of the day with host Steve Edwards.The topics include:Steve Edwards: President Obama beca
Fresh-faced rookies are scheduled to report Halas Hall Friday for mini-camp. Many presume rookies spend that time practicing, running drills, watching film and memorizing the Bears playbook—and there will plenty of that to be sure.
It’s been two years since Chicago band The Right Now hit the CD bin with its debut release, Carry Me Home. The critical acclaimed that has followed the band since then has been steady and well-earned.And in the time since, they’ve further finessed the amalgam of soul, jazz
Plan for the best, prepare for the worst. We've all heard it and probably had varying levels of success with its implementation. It's difficult not to go too negative and always assume that the worst will ensue, and it can be equally hard to not feel ready if problems actually arise.
Despite being one of the NFL's founding teams, the Bears new general manager, Phil Emery, is just the fifth man in franchise history to hold the position. The Michigan native’s ascent to Halas Hall was a three-decade climb through the college and pro systems.
On Wednesday's Afternoon Shift we talk about teams and how to manage them. First we have the Bears' incoming general manager, Phil Emery. Then we'll talk about workplace agility- dealing with a boss or team that throws you out of whack personally.