Happening in Chicago now — June 4, 2018

Happening in Chicago now — June 4, 2018

Every weekday morning, catch up on the latest in Chicago news, sports and entertainment with “Happening in Chicago now.”

June 4, 2018

News

-A GENERATION BURIED IN STUDENT DEBT [Chicago Sun-Times]

-Parolee charged in shooting of teen on CTA bus [Chicago Tribune]

Sports

-The Chicago Bears are the dark horse in the NFC playoff picture [Pro Football Focus]

-Just To See The Look On Their Face: Cubs 2-0 Mets [Cubs Den]

-Winning agrees with the White Sox as they take series from the 1st-place Brewers [Chicago Tribune]

-Packers fan’s lawsuit against Bears could impact NFL policy on anthem protests [Chicago Sun-Times]

Entertainment

-Best Chicago happy hour deals: May 21-June 6 [RedEye]

-How we got those cute dogs to pose for our Road Trips Issue (hint: it involved broccoli) [Reader]

On this day

-Violence during Puerto Rican Day in Chicago kills two (June 4, 1977)

Yesterday on ChicagoNow

-2018 NBA Mock Draft [Daily Chicago Sports Tab]

-But he’s our Rod Blagojevich [The Barbershop: Dennis Byrne, Proprietor]

-Review: Taylor Swift Concert at Soldier Field [Looking for the Good]

Lead image via Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune

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