CHICAGO -- If this is a city that works, it's also a city that knows how to have a good time, fueled in part by tall boy cans and trays of shots.
It's a fun city, I like to think, where everyone knows how to have a good time.
Recent college graduates don't seem to have a tough time with adjusting their nocturnal routines, and the baseball team up north doesn't draw 40,000 a game for its championship C.V.
Sunday aims to be a banner day for imbibing and eating and worrying and cheering. It's a day for dreams realized, I-told-you-so's and basking in reflected glory of our finest athletes.
This game bonds the city and its expatriates.