The coldest, driest, calmest place on earth has been discovered.
Surprisingly, it’s not located at the corner of Clark and Addison, which was my first guess.
Instead, a spot called Ridge A, located on the Antarctic Plateau, takes first prize.
The average winter temperature there is a balmy minus 93-degress Fahrenheit–that’s minus 70-degrees Celsius and roughly a wee-bit colder than the Cubs’ playoff chances.
And why on earth, Ridge A included, is Rich Harden and Aaron Heilman still on the Cubs roster?