R.I.P. to one of the most exciting fighters of our generation. The Ward/Gatti Trilogy was amazing, everything that is good about boxing.
Two classic clips with the late, great Ed McMahon. RIP, Ed.
That’s a tough day, Chicago. Not only did we lose Stormin’ Normin, but now we have word that Bulls legend Johnny “Red” Kerr has also died. In my post about Norm Van Lier, I wrote, “Can you think of anyone that was more passionate about or loved the Bulls more than Norm? Doubtful.” I put […]
Just heard and read that former Bulls guard and studio analyst Norm Van Lier has dies at the age of 61. I had the privilege of working with Norm a few times and he was the real deal. A nice guy with a zest for life. Can you think of anyone that was more passionate […]
Sad news from the Tribune today. Former Cub and Astro reliever Dave Smith is dead at the age of 53. “He was the most giving, unconditionally compassionate man anyone ever came across,” (former teammate Tim) Flannery said. “Everybody’s got Dave Smith stories. Usually it’s him reaching into his pocket and pulling out $100 to give […]
From WaPo: “Paul Benedict, 70, an American actor who played the British neighbor Harry Bentley on the CBS sitcom “The Jeffersons” in the 1970s and 1980s, was found dead Dec. 1 at his home on Martha’s Vineyard, Mass. The cause of death is under investigation” Mr. Bentley was a hilarious character and Paul Benedict played […]