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Jeff Ruby's "Penelope March is Melting"

Mark Caro and Chris Jones are joined by Author and Chicago Magazine dining critic, Jeff Ruby, to discuss the release of his 1st children’s novel “Penelope March is Melting”. 25 more words

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Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips: "Never trust the artist, trust the tale"

Chicago Tribune film critic, Michael Phillips, joins Mark Caro and Chris Jones to share an inside scoop on Louis C.K.’s “I Love You, Daddy”. Michael also shares his thoughts on the growing cases of sexual assault accusations in the media and what men can do moving forward; separating artists from their art; and more. 19 more words

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Young is old news as Riders' quarterbacks excel

OTTAWA — Vince Young proved to be the antithesis of his surname — so the Saskatchewan Roughriders handed the starting quarterback’s reins to someone four years older. 723 more words

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East Division final is a game for the ages

OTTAWA — Kevin Glenn knew the question was coming.

That’s why the Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback had a ready reply when asked about the age of the starting quarterbacks in Sunday’s East Division final against the host Toronto Argonauts. 653 more words

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Vanstone: Riders played it smart from the start

OTTAWA — On your Marcus … get set … GO! … to Toronto for the CFL’s East Division final.

Marcus Thigpen’s 75-yard scoring sprint was the signature play Sunday as the Saskatchewan Roughriders clinically disposed of the Ottawa Redblacks by a 31-20 count in the East semi-final. 774 more words

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Vanstone: Roughriders played it smart from the start

OTTAWA — On your Marcus … get set … GO! … to Toronto for the CFL’s East Division final.

Marcus Thigpen’s 75-yard scoring sprint was the signature play Sunday as the Saskatchewan Roughriders clinically disposed of the Ottawa Redblacks by a 31-20 count in the East semi-final. 766 more words

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The playoffs: From Fred Ritter to the age of Twitter

From firebrand Fred Ritter in 1911 to ill-fated Corey Chamblin in 2014, 29 different men have coached the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the post-season.

They’ve done a fair-to-middling job of it, all things considered — an 80-73-2 playoff record through a century-plus. 649 more words

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