This Week’s Biggest Gainers
Sweet Lou guided his Cubbies to the NL Central Division title, plus home-field advantage in the playoffs.
The Second City alum took home three Emmy Awards for her work on “30 Rock.”
The Evanston-bred actor won a Best Supporting Actor Emmy for his work on HBO’s “Entourage.”
The first African-American female alderman in Chicago passed away at 90, to glowing tributes.
The Evanston-raised Pearl Jam crooner received vast acclaim after his Cubs song, titled “All the Way,” was leaked over the Web.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
The Bears coach watched his team drop another winnable game, this time to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Bears cornerback was called on an indefensible personal foul late in Sunday’s game against the Bucs, leading to a Bears loss.
Still getting heat from his bitter departure, the ex-Sun-Times columnist was compared to journo fraud Stephen Glass by his old co-worker, Rick Telander.
The Dekalb lawyer took a fifteen-month suspension after it was revealed he accepted payment in the form of nude lap dances.
The bartender at Delhi, Illinois’ Cabin Tavern was arrested by authorities for slingin’ the booze in the buff. Actually, maybe she should be one of our “Biggest Gainers.”