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Ed Farmer was a complicated and brilliant man. He was also an entertainer and, most important, a good friend.
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White Sox | 'Ed Farmer was a character': Friends remember longtime Sox broadcaster, former relieverLongtime Chicago White Sox radio broadcaster Ed Farmer died Wednesday night, the team announced Thursday. He was 70.
Bulls | Satoransky forces Chicago Bulls to take bad with the goodLast summer when the Bulls added guard Tomas Satoransky, one mystery was why Washington didn't hang onto its own restricted free agent. The reasons became clear during the season.
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Columns | Barrington alum Voris enjoying protecting life outdoorsFormer Barrington standout pitcher Claire Voris is now an Events and Outreach Associate at the Great Peninsula Conservancy in Bremerton, Wash.
Prep Sports | Esports burgeoning statewide as IHSA prepares for state tournamentsNot all kids who play video games countless hours a day are wasting time. Some are training to be IHSA state champions.
Blackhawks | Hawks sign 4 players ThursdayForwards Matthew Highmore, Evan Barratt and Andrei Altybarmakyan, and goalie Kevin Lankinen agreed to contracts with the Blackhawks Thursday.
Prep Football | Spring football recruiting feeling the effects of COVID-19The unique world of spring football recruiting has been turned upside down because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Columns | Feder: 'Painful' layoffs hit Entercom Chicago radio stationsAt least eight on-air personalities and one program director were among dozens of staffers cut at Entercom Chicago radio stations Thursday.
Fire | Young players finding a place with Chicago FireThe Chicago Fire is going with a younger roster this season, in part because of a sharp turn toward signing homegrown players from its academy.
Prep Sports | IHSA says spring playoffs still possibleThe IHSA on Wednesday expressed continued hope that spring sports will resume at the end of the state's stay-at-home order.
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