After a 6-month hiatus, one of FM89’s longest running shows has returned with new hosts! Tune in every Sunday from noon to 3 for a new era of Sunday Standards with Claire Roth, Courtland Anderson, and Jason Medrano! The hosts may have changed, but they’ll still play the best in jazz, show-tunes, scat, and swing from the 1920’s to the 50’s.… Click here to continue reading!
They might not be pretty wins, but it doesn’t matter the Chicago Bears are 3-0 and are now getting ready to play the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts are coming off a dominating performance over the New York Giants.
This is the Bears’ first major challenge of the year as their first three games were against winless opponents, the Colts are 2-1 with their only loss coming in Week 1 to the Jacksonville Jaguars.… Click here to continue reading!
For the first time since 2008 both Chicago baseball teams have made the postseason. The Cubs were able to win the NL Central and the White Sox were able to be one of the most exciting teams to watch in baseball.… Click here to continue reading!
by Anthony Yench
After 59 days and 130 games, the Stanley Cup Champion has finally been decided. The two contenders for hockey’s greatest prize were the Dallas Stars and the Tampa Bay Lightning, and after a 6-game series that ended on Monday night, Tampa came out on top.… Click here to continue reading!
This week the Chicago Bears have their first big test of the season against the Atlanta Falcons. The Bears are coming off a win against the New York Giants, but just like Week 1 against the Detroit Lions, it wasn’t easy.… Click here to continue reading!
When the shortened schedule came out, everyone in Chicago circles the Crosstown Series games between the Cubs and White Sox, but it seemed like the matchup in late September to close out the 2020 regular season was going to have a lot of meaning to it – and it does.… Click here to continue reading!
by Brian Clinkenbeard
Haydn is a composer who is well-known among music specialists, and certainly not unheard of in the general public; however, in both realms, he is sometimes dismissed as “That guy who wrote a lot of symphonies/string quartets”, or “That guy who wrote a symphony designed to scare people who had fallen asleep during the concert“, or, to paraphrase a Facebook comment I read a while back, “That guy who wrote dime-a-dozen symphonies, which are incomparable, both individually and collectively, to the mystical poetry of a piece like Berg’s Violin Concerto”.… Click here to continue reading!
It was a gift from the Detroit Lions to blow their 20-3 lead, but the way the Chicago Bears played wasn’t ideal. The first three quarters it seemed like the Bears didn’t show up with the offense struggling and the defense getting gashed by Adrian Peterson.… Click here to continue reading!
The Chicago Bulls made a huge trade during the 2017 NBA Draft and that was trading Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, and a first-round pick used on Lauri Markkanen.
There’s no argument who won the trade as Butler isn’t with the Timberwolves, but the reasoning for the Bulls to trade their star player has come to bite them.… Click here to continue reading!
by Anthony Yench
On March 12th, the NHL decided to put the 2019-2020 season on pause due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Many thought the league would just scrap the entire season, pretend that it never happened, and just move on to next season.… Click here to continue reading!