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"If they have one sacred rule around here, it's that nothing is sacred."
-- HBO's Bernard Goldberg, on the cast of TNT's "Inside The NBA." ("Real Sports," HBO, 4/22)
Wednesday April 23, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 155 Print This Issue

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  • Field Of Dreams

    Wrigley Field remains one of Chicago's most popular tourist destinations

    Wrigley Field turns 100 years old today with its "status as one of baseball's ultimate cathedrals secure," according to Nick Piecoro in a special to USA TODAY. Wrigley's "appeal has always been in the day-to-day moments of the game ... rather than its jewel events." The park has had its "share of changes over the years, though none has altered the feel too dramatically." Compared with other MLB parks, Wrigley "still has a different vibe, a slower pace," and it "still might be the most intimate park" in the league ( USA TODAY, 4/23 ). In Chicago, Paul Sullivan notes Wrigley has undergone changes through the years, but "whether the alterations have added to the ballpark's charm is up to each fan to decide." It remains one of Chicago's "most ...

  • Fresh Ideas

    Liverpool FC, Subway agree to multiyear partnership.

  • Sour Apple

    Is tension over Knicks personnel already building at MSG?

  • French Twist

    "HNIC" host MacLean apologizes for comments on referee.

  • Desert Mirage

    Glendale will not get state funding for public safety for Super Bowl XLIX.

  • Check's In The Mail

    Despite large costs up-front, Florida State expects to profit from BCS appearance.

  • Shooting For A Double Eagle

    The USGA continues to prep Pinehurst for the history-making U.S. Open/U.S. Women's Open double.

  • American Beauty

    The Hershey Bears lead the AHL for the eighth consecutive year with nearly 10,000 fans per night.

  • Firing On All Cylinders

    The NHRA is looking to experiment with a select number of live race telecasts.

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