When you hear mention of the name Antoine Walker, your mind is probably inclined to conjure thoughts of basketball and his inability to control his $110 million dollar fortune, which ultimately
It's not the first time Joakim has devoted his time and energy to help bring an end to the violence in Chicago and it won't be the last. The Bulls star is passionate on the court, but his compassion
One of my top 5 GOAT journalists is Rap Radar's Elliott Wilson ( also going by the moniker of YN, a nickname born out of his days as editor of the highly successful XXL Magazine). From pushing the envelope
It has been fifteen years since Michael Jordan did this to the Utah Jazz and capped off a Game 6 victory in the 1998 Finals bringing what would be a victorious end to the Bulls 90's dynasty.
If you're into video games (Not many of us aren't these days), by now you've surely heard of the highly successful open world adventure game Watch Dogs. If you haven't, crawl out from under the rock you've
Duje Dukan is a 6'9' forward who plays for the University of Wisconsin's Men's basketball team. You may be familiar with Duje (pronounced Do-yay) if you caught any of the Final Four this year. His team
In conjunction with ProCamps worldwide and Citi, Chicago Bulls emerging star Taj Gibson will be hosting a three hour basketball instruction camp on July 23rd at the Joy of the Game in Deerfield. The cost
If you're a die hard Bulls fan, it's quite possible you spend a fair amount of time on social media, there is also a fairly good chance you've seen this awesome painting of Joakim Noah pop up on your news
One of the more interesting characters I met whilst recently abroad, was a gentleman by the name of Phil Schneider.
A resident of Chicago, Phil has covered the Bulls for over 20 years. Our chance encounter
Not the first time I’ve put a stop motion video of Chicago on this blog, won’t be the last. This first time effort from Ludovico Bertè took him six months to film around the multitude of locations around the city.
In the description of his video on Vimeo, he describes his intent in making the short film “I tried to capture, in about 4 minutes, the magnificent architecture of this city, its amazing urban spaces, the power of its public transport network, and the vibrancy of all its people. I think he achieved just that.
He calls the film “a tribute to the time I spent as an exchange student (from Milan) in Chicago, “My home away from home”, which were probably the best months of my life.”
I know exactly how he feels.
Chicago, “My home away from home” from Ludovico Bertè on Vimeo.