Sports

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Brutality in Sports: When does it stop?

A few weeks ago, one of my favorite times of year began. This is the time where as a Chicagoan we bubble over with glee knowing that we have the opportunity to see all of our favorite teams in action. Whether it’s the beginning of baseball season, hockey/basketball playoff games, the football draft, and finally […]

The Chicago Cubs want YOU to Sing the National Anthem or Throw Out the First Pitch

If you were anything like me, as a kid, you spent your summer watching the Cubs with your grandparents or brothers and sisters on WGN. I used to think that the people who got to throw out the first pitch were the luckiest people to ever live. To walk in front of 40,000+ screaming fans […]

Northwestern Women’s Lacrosse: The Best Team You Don’t Know

By Aidee Woods If I asked you which Chicago team has been the winningest in recent history, the possibilities of whom it would not be are pretty obvious. That team on Addison comes to mind. However, the answer might surprise you. Up in Evanston, on the campus of Northwestern University, the women’s lacrosse program has […]

The Chicago Force is back in season

In physics, a Force is any influence that causes an object to undergo a certain change, either concerning its movement, direction, or geometrical construction. In other words, a force is that which can cause an object with mass to change its velocity, to accelerate, or which can cause a flexible object to deform. I’ve seen […]

Chicago Sky’s March Madness Kickoff Party

Ladies!!! The brackets are out and DePaul is in! Ok there’s a lot of favorites to celebrate in the bracket selection. That’s why we are having our women’s NCAA tourney party with the Sky. On Monday, March 19th at 7:30pm The Chicago Sky is throwing a party to celebrate the beginning of the NCAA women’s […]

Denver March Madness

As March Madness gears up and everyone is scrambling to finish their brackets the women at HipChicksOut  and Babes Around Denver (BAD)  are getting ready to play host to 30,00 fans of women’s basketball. This year Denver has the honor of hosting the tournament and Silke Reuthlinger and Dede Frain won’t let this great experience […]

Putting FAMILY back in the Family Section at Wrigley

If the mild, perhaps even unseasonably warm, temperatures don’t already have you looking forward to summer already, this will. Out At Wrigley is just around the corner! The folks at MTM have created, yet again, another fantastic day at the ball park for us! What’s that? You silly dear…you haven’t heard? Out At Wrigley is […]

The WPS Shuts down for 2012 Season

According to the Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) communications announcement on January 30th its Board of Governors has voted to suspend the 2012 season to permit the League to focus on the resolution of certain pending legal issues and the challenges that now face the League as a result of its ongoing dispute with a former […]

Celebration of the Tomboy – The 40th Anniversary of Title IX

In a conversation with a friend today I had mentioned how Title IX was celebrating its 40th year. There was a long silence, maybe a deep breath…and it struck me. Not everyone knows what Title IX is, how foolish of me. For those of you who are not part of my Ponytail Posse of female […]

Bump with the Pink Tacos

As someone quite active in the lesbian sports community, and women’s sports in general, walking into the Center on Halsted’s gym feels oddly unfamiliar. Sure, there’s a very diverse crowd of people of all sizes and colors, but the gym is primarily male dominated. Courts are dotted with an occasional woman – after all, this […]