I had a fun day in Chicago's South Loop yesterday. I started with a sneak peek at the Chicago Auto Show, watched a DePaul women's basketball win and dined for the first time at Stix n Brix.
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For the first time in almost two years, I attended a DePaul women's basketball game, and what a game it was! Opening the season, DePaul crushed Texas Southern University 114–71. It was also Allie Quigley Night, as DePaul honored alum Quigley, who won the WNBA championship with the Chicago Sky last season.
I missed live softball the last two summers, but I squeezed in a lot in September. I even managed to play a little.
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I planned on spending Monday working at home like most days, but that changed after a late Sunday night message from DePaul assistant director of athletic communications Bob Sakamoto. The Big East Conference rescheduled a DePaul women's basketball game to Monday afternoon. Fortunately, my schedule is fairly flexible, and I was able to catch the game. The Blue Demons won 94–82, but the theme of the day was adjustments.