First off, I want to Wisch everyone a Happy Fourth of July. Have a great one. Secondly, here’s today’s Wisch List newspaper column from the Kankakee Daily Journal … Digging in at Hot Doug’s The WISCH LIST July 4, 2009 At precisely 9:30 a.m. last Saturday morning, Darren Cahr parked his SUV at a quiet […]
I have no idea if Josh Womack is a potential Big Leaguer, but with bat tricks like these, there’s no doubt the guy has some Major League skills.
Saturday’s front-page Wisch List newspaper column from the Kankakee Daily Journal … Gut Check: Will the Bears leave Bourbonnais? The WISCH LIST June 27, 2009 When you pull off University Parkway in Romeoville and roll past a sweeping brick entrance onto the campus of Lewis University, it’s immediately apparent how serious the 1,200-student Catholic institution […]
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Me and Michael Jackson? We go way back. To 1983, to be exact, when for my seventh birthday, my parents gave me his “Thriller” album as a gift. And that night, during my sleepover party, my friends and I turned off all the lights in the living room, climbed inside our sleeping bags and fired […]
This week’s Wisch List newspaper column from the Kankakee Daily Journal … Chicago aldermen kick the Bucket (Boys) The WISCH LIST June 13, 2009 I swung down to Michigan Avenue last Saturday afternoon in the hopes of chatting up a Bucket Boy. But I couldn’t find any. Chicago’s summertime staples – known as “Bucket Boys” […]
For seven years both during and after college, I was a sports writer. So I figured now that I’m back in the newspaper game, I might as prove my sportswriting chops early — and defend my the coach that U of I is lucky to have (even some people may never see it). And with […]
There are Books for Dummies. And, now, there’s “Reading” for them them thanks to this amusing spoof about the “Kindle 3”– so advanced, even illiterates can use it!
Today marks my return as a newspaper columnist — after a lengthy hiatus following stints with the Daily Times in Ottawa, Ill., and the Chicago Tribune — with my debut column for the newspaper I grew up reading as a kid, the Daily Journal in Kankakee. I’d like to again thank everyone who’s been in […]