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espn's mike greenberg clears the air on 'mike & mike' breakup


about 10 years ago, mike greenberg told golf digest that breaking 80 was among the top three things he hoped to accomplish before he died. (the top two: family happiness and seeing cancer cured.)greenberg has scooted under that limbo bar, even shooting a 77 at muirfield in scotland. but at times the game still makes him go batty. monday was one of those times.during a skills challenge at olympia fields featuring phil mickelson and lpga stars stacy lewis, lydia ko and brooke henderson, greenberg grabbed a wedge and tried to hit a 40-yard chip into a square target. as bon jovi would sing, it made it halfway there.greenberg was ticked enough to try again after the pros had cleared the stage. and again. and again."someone take this (club) away from me before i hurt someone," he fumed.greenberg






ex-cub adam greenberg puts positive spin on one of baseball's cruelest tales


adam greenberg insists he doesn't dwell on that one pitch that became the arc of his story.he admits, however, that the cubs winning the world series in 2016 filled him with "bittersweet" emotions.what if on july 9, 2005, in miami, the 5-foot-8 outfielder, fresh from being called up from the minors, raps a single against marlins pitcher valerio de los santos, steals second and scores a run in his cubs debut?"then maybe i get 10-12 years in the big leagues?" greenberg said.maybe, if he plays out the fantasy even further, he is a part of the cubs world series team."it's fun talking like that," greenberg said, "but it didn't work out that way."no, it didn't.instead, greenberg, full of excitement and anticipation, got hit squarely in the head by a de los santos fastball on the first pitch he s






ex-cub adam greenberg puts positive spin on one of baseball's cruelest tales


adam greenberg insists he doesn't dwell on that one pitch that became the arc of his story.he admits, however, that the cubs winning the world series in 2016 filled him with "bittersweet" emotions.what if on july 9, 2005, in miami, the 5-foot-8 outfielder, fresh from being called up from the minors, raps a single against marlins pitcher valerio de los santos, steals second and scores a run in his cubs debut?"then maybe i get 10-12 years in the big leagues?" greenberg said.maybe, if he plays out the fantasy even further, he is a part of the cubs world series team."it's fun talking like that," greenberg said, "but it didn't work out that way."no, it didn't.instead, greenberg, full of excitement and anticipation, got hit squarely in the head by a de los santos fastball on the first pitch he s






ex-cub adam greenberg puts positive spin on one of baseball's cruelest tales


adam greenberg insists he doesn't dwell on that one pitch that became the arc of his story.he admits, however, that the cubs winning the world series in 2016 filled him with "bittersweet" emotions.what if on july 9, 2005 in miami, the 5-foot, 8-inch outfielder, fresh from being called up from the minors by the cubs, raps out a single against florida pitcher valerio de los santos, steals second and scores a run in his debut?"then maybe i get 10-12 years in the big leagues?" greenberg said.maybe, if he plays out the fantasy even further to its ultimate, he is a part of the cubs world series team."it's fun talking like that," greenberg said, "but it didn't work out that way."no, it didn't.instead, greenberg, full of excitement and anticipation, got hit squarely in the head by a de los santos






mike greenberg on final 'mike & mike' days, his new espn project and ranked nort


when the tribune last talked to mike greenberg, he downplayed reports of friction between himself and espn co-host mike golic.greenberg said he was "endlessly grateful" to his radio partner of 18 years but said it was time to find a new espn project. greenberg will begin a new morning tv show that features michelle beadle and jalen rose and is set to debut in the spring, once espn completes construction on a new studio in manhattan.late last week, the northwestern alum said his show still needed a name. hours later greenberg texted with an update. the show will be called: "get up." "it's a terrific title because it can mean a lot of different things — not just 'wake up' but 'let's get going and be the best we can be today,'" he wrote. "get up with greeny and beadle and jalen. it's perfect.






mike greenberg and mike golic close out final ‘mike & mike’ with grand appreciat


how do you put a bow on delivering 18 years entertainment to groggy american sports fans?if you’re mike greenberg of espn’s “mike & mike,” you thank your viewers and listeners by reminiscing about the early days: “when we started, there wasn’t a smaller gig in the business. it was the ultimate grass-roots effort that people started waking up and listening to us and said: ‘hey, these two guys on the radio, they’re not bad, they seem to talk about football in a pretty entertaining way.’ and they told their friends. and they told two friends. and that’s how this turned from whatever it was to whatever it is now … all the visits to the white house and the letterman appearances and all that … it doesn’t happen without all of you who were with us from the beginning.”millions have spent their mor






after 10 years, lisa stebic's family 'losing hope' her case will be solved


melanie greenberg sat at her dining room table on a recent afternoon, a couple of dozen old newspapers arrayed in a loose pile before her.the headlines trumpeted the latest details on the search for lisa stebic and the growing suspicion directed toward stebic's husband, craig, in the weeks and months after she was reported missing from her plainfield home on may 1, 2007.greenberg keeps them tucked away along with a few photos of lisa, her husband's cousin."i don't often bring them out, but this is a special big anniversary and i was just thinking about all of the things that we did," greenberg said. "i don't think i ever could have thought 10 years ago ... that there still would be no resolution. that's what's kind of stunning, that it's 10 years on and it's almost in some ways as if we ar






was russian hacking of ukraine's power grid a test run for u.s. attack?


in its july cover story, wired magazine takes an in-depth look at a years-long string of cyberattacks in ukraine that could have global implications. it has undermined every sector including the media, military, politics and even people's homes. andy greenberg, who reported the story, and wired editor-in-chief nicholas thompson joined "cbs this morning" to discuss the findings and what the implications could be for the united states.the russian attacks on ukraine's power grid were extensive. in 2015, electricity was cut to nearly a quarter-million ukrainians, and about a year later a transmission station was taken down, revealing the attacks were becoming more sophisticated.  "there's a disturbing progression happening," greenberg said.  the reason, according to greenberg, was russia's des






espn ending “mike & mike” radio show after 17 years – the denver post


new york — espn radio’s “mike & mike” are going their separate ways.the network announced tuesday that mike greenberg would be leaving the longtime morning radio show he co-hosts with mike golic to host a new morning tv show on espn tv that will premier jan. 1. golic will stay in the morning radio spot and will be joined by a new partner in the network’s nfl host trey wingo. the radio show will be simulcast on television.greenberg and golic have been teamed since 2000. the show will end later this year.greenberg says his “run with golic has been an incredible experience,” but he’s looking forward to a new challenge.the network also says golic and wingo have multiyear extensions to stay with espn.






us appeals court holds crisis bailout of aig lawful


washington — a federal appeals court has upheld as lawful the government's bailout of american international group in the heat of the financial crisis. it overturned a lower-court decision favoring the insurance giant's former ceo.the ruling tuesday by the u.s. court of appeals for the federal circuit said a company controlled by ex-aig chief maurice greenberg didn't have a legal right to pursue its claim against the government. greenberg had alleged that the $85 billion bailout of the teetering aig in september 2008 violated the constitution's fifth amendment by taking control of the company without "just compensation."the unusual case raised the issue of limits on the government's power in responding to financial catastrophe. the new ruling handed a victory to the government.the previous






us appeals court holds crisis bailout of aig lawful


washington (ap) — a federal appeals court has upheld as lawful the government’s bailout of american international group in the heat of the financial crisis. it overturned a lower-court decision favoring the insurance giant’s former ceo.the ruling tuesday by the u.s. court of appeals for the federal circuit said a company controlled by ex-aig chief maurice greenberg didn’t have a legal right to pursue its claim against the government. greenberg had alleged that the $85 billion bailout of the teetering aig in september 2008 violated the constitution’s fifth amendment by taking control of the company without “just compensation.”the unusual case raised the issue of limits on the government’s power in responding to financial catastrophe. the new ruling handed a victory to the government.the pre






two sentenced in fraud scheme


a san diego businessman and a lawyer from arizona were sentenced to lengthy terms in federal prison for their roles in a multi-million real estate loan fraud.cortland gettel, 43 of coronado was sentenced to 135 months in prison and jeffrey greenberg, 67, of tucson, ariz. was sentenced to 81 months by u.s. district court judge william q. hayes on tuesday.gettel had pleaded guilty in july and greenberg in may to wire fraud conspiracy that federal prosecutors said netted $33 million in fraudulently obtained loans between 2013 and 2015.gettel owned the real estate investment firm conix, which was also known as variant commercial real estate, and greenberg was the lawyer for the company. prosecutors said they bought four multi-million dollar mansions in la jolla and del mar, claiming to lenders






chuck greenberg said to near $500 million deal for nhl’s hurricanes – the denver


by scott soshnick, bloombergchuck greenberg, once part-owner and ceo of the texas rangers, is close to completing an agreement to buy the national hockey league’s carolina hurricanes for about $500 million, according to people familiar with the deal.the team will stay in north carolina. greenberg will seek to add local investors to the ownership group and plans to split his time between raleigh and dallas, said the people, who asked for anonymity because the negotiations are private.the nearly $500 million price tag is roughly the same as what bill foley recently paid to bring an nhl expansion team to las vegas. it’s also more than double forbes’ recent estimate of the team’s value — $230 million, least among u.s. hockey teams.the club has made the playoffs only once since it won the stanl






meet the founders of anti-trump group indivisible


when central valley congressman jeff denham this week faced a crowd of voters furious with his vote to kill the affordable care act, he — like many republicans around the country — might have wondered where all the energized protesters came from. at least some were inspired by ezra levin and leah greenberg, two 30-year-old former congressional staffers who founded indivisible, an anti-trump group. in the last five months, a how-to-resist-trump guide published by the d.c. husband-and-wife duo has gone viral and blossomed into a bona fide grass-roots movement. but even as indivisible has energized activists around the country and added a shot of drama to town hall meetings, it’s also ruffled feathers, including those of some liberal bay area politicians.levin and greenberg are hoping to spar






mike & mike hosts reportedly on poisonous terms as espn show winds down


there are such things as amicable breakups, but more often than not parting ways engenders hard feelings, particularly when one side is perceived as having set the breakup in motion and not having been completely open about it. that may have been the case with mike greenberg and mike golic, whose partnership in a popular and long-running espn radio show is set to end sometime later this year.we already received strong indications that all was not well between the two hosts when they spoke on-air last week about the impending end of "mike & mike." in a report published monday, sports illustrated's richard deitsch cited sources close to the show who described the relationship between greenberg and golic as "poisonous" and predicted that the pair would part ways well before the end of the yea






hurricanes: owner karmanos considers offer to sell team


raleigh, n.c. (ap) — carolina hurricanes owner peter karmanos jr. is considering selling the nhl team.hurricanes spokesman mike sundheim said in a statement that karmanos is deciding whether to accept an offer for the franchise or remain the owner, but he declined to say who made the offer.the offer could have come from former texas rangers ceo chuck greenberg. bloomberg news and wral-tv, the nbc affiliate in raleigh, reported that greenberg is close to purchasing the team and will not move the hurricanes. bloomberg reported the sale price at roughly $500 million.karmanos bought the hartford whalers franchise in 1994 and moved it to north carolina three years later. he had been publicly seeking a local buyer for at least three years.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks






mike & mike hosts reportedly on poisonous terms as espn show winds down – the de


there are such things as amicable breakups, but more often than not parting ways engenders hard feelings, particularly when one side is perceived as having set the breakup in motion and not having been completely open about it. that may have been the case with mike greenberg and mike golic, whose partnership in a popular and long-running espn radio show is set to end sometime later this year.we already received strong indications that all was not well between the two hosts when they spoke on-air last week about the impending end of “mike & mike.” in a report published monday, sports illustrated’s richard deitsch cited sources close to the show who described the relationship between greenberg and golic as “poisonous” and predicted that the pair would part ways well before the end of the yea






what's in a name? espn's 'golic and wingo' will find out soon


this being disney and espn, there were meetings about the name for mike golic and trey wingo's program. lots of meetings. how did everyone feel about first names? last names? ampersand or no ampersand? which order? something else?"they settled on 'golic and wingo,'" said wingo, the espn veteran who later this month replaces mike greenberg as golic's weekday morning radio-tv simulcast cohost. "you know, we probably could have gotten there by ourselves. i don't care. i made a pitch for 'wingolic. … maybe that will be the hashtag.'"the name-change discussion was necessary because greenberg, golic's broadcast partner of 18 years, officially goes his own way after their show nov. 17, the friday before thanksgiving, bringing an end to "mike&mike."the rechristened (and meeting-approved) "golic an






during the daytime, espn is putting 'sportscenter' on the back burner


espn formally unveiled its new daytime lineup on tuesday at its upfront presentation for advertisers in new york, and while the details had been out there in rumor form for some time, the announcement hammered home one specific point: the daytime versions of "sportscenter" as we know them on espn are being de-emphasized as the network embraces personality-driven ways to fill the time between live sporting events.here's what espn's daytime lineup will look like starting in january, when mike greenberg's long-anticipated solo morning show begins.6-9 a.m.: new mike greenberg show (begins jan. 1). it will air live from a studio and manhattan and feature greenberg and several full-time co-hosts9-11 a.m.: "first take"11 a.m.-1 p.m.: a new live show featuring bomani jones and pablo torrefrom ther






ex-counselor at melville camp admits sexually abusing boy


advertisement | advertise on newsdaykeith meyn, who possessed a massive collection of child pornography, pleaded guilty june 21st, 2017. david greenberg pleaded guilty today before judge barbara kahn in riverhead to four counts of possession of sexual performance by a child. (credit: scpd) a former counselor at a melville day camp admitted in court thursday that he tied up an 11-year-old boy and sexually abused him while another counselor video recorded it.david greenberg, 37, now of north carolina but formerly of suffolk county, pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sexual act and possessing a sexual performance by a child. he will be sentenced in october to 25 years in...






espn is putting “sportscenter” on the back burner during the daytime – the denve


espn formally unveiled its new daytime lineup on tuesday at its upfront presentation for advertisers in new york, and while the details had been out there in rumor form for some time, the announcement hammered home one specific point: the daytime versions of “sportscenter” as we know them on espn are being de-emphasized as the network embraces personality-driven ways to fill the time between live sporting events.here’s what espn’s daytime lineup will look like starting in january, when mike greenberg’s long-anticipated solo morning show begins.– 7-10 a.m.: new mike greenberg show (begins jan. 1). it will air live from a studio and manhattan and feature greenberg and several full-time co-hosts.– 10-noon: “first take”– noon-1: a new live show featuring bomani jones and pablo torre.from there






cia dog’s replacement was trained in state college


state college, pa. (ap) — when mark greenberg read the story that spread across the nation recently about lulu the dog who dropped out of the central intelligence agency’s bomb sniffing training class, he wondered who the replacement would be.but when he checked the cia’s website he saw a familiar face — his old pal heron the black labrador retriever, who is now known as harry, the newest member of the cia’s 2017 fall “puppy class.”“when i saw that picture that the cia used, i thought, ‘there’s my boy,’ ” greenberg said.for more than two years, greenberg and his life-partner cathy taylor have been volunteer raisers for susquehanna service dogs of grantville, a division of keystone human services. during that time, they’ve raised three service dogs in their state college home.most read stor






best space books and sci-fi: a space.com reading list


there are plenty of great books out there about space — so many, in fact, that it can feel a little overwhelming to figure out where to start. so the editors and writers at space.com have put together a list of their favorite books about the universe. these are the books that we love — the ones that informed us, entertained us and inspired us. we hope they'll do the same for you. we've divided the books into five categories, which each have their own dedicated pages. on this page, we feature books we're reading now and books we've recently read, which we will update regularly. click to see the best of: we hope there's something on the list for every reader of every age. we're also eager to hear about your favorite space books, so please leave your suggestions in the comments, and let us kn






3 nrl clubs face fines for concussion protocol breaches


sydney (ap) — three clubs face $270,000 (350,000 australian dollars) in fines for alleged breaches of the national rugby league’s concussion protocols in what could be the heaviest sanctions the competition’s governing body has ever imposed for such infringements.nrl chief executive todd greenberg on monday said the breach notices had been issued to the gold coast titans, st. george-illawarra and the newcastle knights for failing to follow the concussion rules for assessment or treatment of players during third-round matches on the weekend.“these are, by far, the heaviest fines ever proposed by the game for concussion breaches,” greenberg said. “our message is clear . we are not going to allow player safety to be put at risk through breaches of the concussion rules.”the clubs have five day






us appeals court holds crisis bailout of aig lawful


washington — a federal appeals court has upheld as lawful the government's bailout of american international group in the heat of the financial crisis. it overturned a lower-court decision favoring the insurance giant's former ceo.the ruling tuesday by the u.s. court of appeals for the federal circuit said a company controlled by ex-aig chief maurice greenberg didn't have a legal right to pursue its claim against the government. greenberg had alleged that the $85 billion bailout of the teetering aig in september 2008 violated the constitution's fifth amendment by taking control of the company without "just compensation."the unusual case raised the issue of limits on the government's power in responding to financial catastrophe. the new ruling handed a victory to the government.






bedly raises $2.7 million to make renting an apartment a little less horrible


craigslist is great for serial killers and spear-phishers, but less than ideal for anyone looking for housing.as a platform for renters, bedly aims to take some of the pain out of the housing-rental process — and it’s hoping that’s a draw for landlords too. co-founded by martin greenberg, formerly of ibm’s cybersecurity team, and benjamin chester, bedly takes care of all the annoying stuff on both ends. for renters, that means furnishing apartments, screening roommates and setting up utilities. for landlords, that means attracting young professionals who don’t want to deal with the hassle of logistics, and offering property rentals through a clean, navigable platform.like airbnb in its frictionless ideal, bedly instead concentrates on medium to long-term stays (think 3 months, 6 months and






bedly raises $2.7 million to make renting an apartment a little less horrible


craigslist is great for serial killers and spear-phishers, but less than ideal for anyone looking for housing.as a platform for renters, bedly aims to take some of the pain out of the housing rental process — and it’s hoping that’s a draw for landlords too. co-founded by martin greenberg, formerly of ibm’s cybersecurity team, and benjamin chester, bedly takes care of all of the annoying stuff on both ends. for renters, that means furnishing apartments, screening roommates, and setting up utilities. for landlords, that means attracting young professionals who don’t want to deal with the hassle of logistics, and offering property rentals through a clean, navigable platform.like airbnb in its frictionless ideal, bedly instead concentrates on medium to long term stays (think 3 months, 6 months






back-to-basics sports site the athletic began, could have ended in chicago


this latest splash for the athletic was huge, a veritable cannonball. the addition this week of fox sports baseball reporter ken rosenthal (no relation) to an already formidable staff of sports journalists was a sit-up-and-notice moment.but before the quickly expanding subscription website could start to establish its bonafides as a national sports media presence, it had to sell in chicago. before it could plant its flag in the san francisco bay area, detroit, cleveland and toronto with localized coverage, it had to show its approach could work here.the athletic launched with a modest operation here in chicago at the beginning of 2016, providing smart and timely news, features and analysis of this city's sports stars and teams.more to the point, the experiment — and whatever it has the pot






ex-counselor at melville camp admits sexually abusing boy


advertisement | advertise on newsdaykeith meyn, left, who possessed a massive collection of child pornography, pleaded guilty june 21, 2017. david greenberg, right pleaded guilty on thursday to first-degree criminal sexual act and possessing a sexual performance by a child. (credit: scpd) a former counselor at a melville day camp admitted in court thursday that he tied up a then-9-year-old boy to a bed and sexually abused him while another counselor video-recorded it.david greenberg, 37, now of north carolina, but formerly of suffolk county, pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sexual act and possessing a sexual performance by a child. he will be sentenced in october to...






the players, teams, and media of 2017


neil greenberg is a sports writer and stats geek at the washington post, who joins ben domenech on this episode of the federalist radio hour to recap this year in the world of sports. they discuss the biggest shifts and changes in players, teams, leagues, and sports media. greenberg defends why he doesn’t think eli manning is worthy of the hall of fame. “it’s supposed to be reserved for great players, not very good players,” he said. “eli, while very good, probably doesn’t rise to the level of hall of fame.” domenech discusses the resignation of espn’s john skipper and the hits that espn has taken this year. “i understand there is a place for boiling hot takes, but i’m used to that being sports radio. now i feel like all of that has migrated into the tv programming, while hurting good anal






mike greenberg's new espn morning show, 'get up,' to debut in april


mike greenberg’s much-anticipated espn weekday morning show, “get up,” has an official start date.featuring the former “mike & mike” cohost along with michelle beadle and jalen rose, “get up” is set to debut april 2 from a newly built studio at new york’s south street seaport, espn announced friday.chicago viewers will get the program — described as a blend of news, opinion and analysis — live on espn from 6 to 9 a.m., with a rerun set for 9 a.m. on espn2.the launch originally was announced for the start of the year, but delays readying the studio were blamed for the postponement.“get up” will dive into an already packed field of national morning tv shows with disney corporate sibling abc’s “good morning america,” nbc’s “today” and “cbs this morning” all originating from manhattan, not to






four votes decide winner in district 31 board race


glenview/northbrook district 31 elementary school board member peter stamatis was six votes shy at the end of election day on april 4, and when all the mailed and provisional ballots were counted 14 days later, he was still four behind, according to the cook county clerk's office.that means stamatis, elected four years ago, will be replaced by jeffrey steres, a district parent and a mcdonald's executive. results were certified tuesday by the cook county clerk's office.only 511 people cast ballots, which was, according to the cook county clerk, fewer than 6 percent of those eligible to do so. that turnout compares to that of the other school district shared between northbrook and glenview, district 30 – which had a referendum – where 15 percent turned out. overall, a little more than 12 per






this santa monica cheeseburger is made with 100% wagyu beef, and it's better tha


name: hiho. this burger restaurant’s founding crew, matt levin (entertainment industry), jerry greenberg (restaurateur who is one of the owners of sushi nozawa llc), ajay sahgal (entertainment industry) and lowell sharron (restaurant industry and founder of uovo, a pasta bar next to hiho) say they turned their passion for hamburgers into business.the original hiho opened in ojai in 2015. it closed earlier this year and was moved down to santa monica, in its current location on 2nd street, and opened in june. the four worked as a team on the recipes for the restaurant, including the burger itself (“we ate more burgers than you can imagine,” said levin), the bread and butter pickles (sahgal’s recipe) and the onion jam used on the hiho burger.the name is supposed to evoke “nostalgia and happi






greenberg announces the end of 'mike & mike'


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ny state settles fraud lawsuit vs. former aig ceo greenberg


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'golic & wingo' tackle 'mike & mike' topic on 1st show: 'this is a different thi


mike golic and trey wingo didn’t waste any time or words bringing up the inevitable comparison between new espn radio show “golic & wingo,” which made its debut monday morning, and its predecessor, the vastly popular “mike & mike.”"we want to be clear about something: this is a different thing, this is a new experience and we get it,” wingo said about the show, which also featured golic’s son, mike golic jr. “we understand there was a great show that went on for many, many years. eighteen of them to be exact.“it's a little new, a little different and we understand we're sort of adjusting as well. we want you to know that we're with you," he added.but there’s no getting around the looming shadow that “mike & mike” casts on the new show, particularly with the intrigue that golic’s relationsh






trump defends refugee policy, attacks new york times


president trump(p o: alex brandon, ap)president trump, the subject of protests, lawsuits, and global criticism over his new ban on refugees from seven middle east countries, took to social media on sunday to defend his policy as a counter-terrorism measure (and attack the new york times)."our country needs strong borders and extreme vetting, now," trump tweeted. "look what is happening all over europe and, indeed, the world - a horrible mess."a federal judge in new york has issued a stay of trump's travel ban order pending what will likely be months of litigation.trump's order late friday banning refugees from seven muslim middle east countries set off protests at airports nationwide and triggered lawsuits.prior to the judge's ruling, trump's order took effect immediately, leaving many for