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There are many things I don't understand about the restaurant business. I don't see why small plates are "shareable." I don't get the appeal of communal tables. And I don't understand why Storefront Company isn't crowded all the time. The year-old...
EL Ideas has been playing to full houses since it opened in July 2011. That would be a nice achievement for any operation, but given the quirky experience chef and owner Phillip Foss offers, it's positively miraculous. Dinners cost $145, prepaid, tip...
Tags: Greektown, Caviar, Restaurants, Pilsen, Phil Vettel
In the new sci-fi movie "Oblivion," Earth's most precious resource is Tom Cruise. But running a close second (spoiler alert) is water. Aliens want it. All of it. This is old hat, science fiction-wise. In "The War of the Worlds," H.G. Wells had...
HOUSTON -- You could have written a worse ending for the Cubs' spring training, but not one that was uglier than Saturday, especially not from Darwin Barney's perspective. While the Cubs were in the process of losing to a team of Astros' prospects 6-3,...
For anyone who values innovation in music, the next few days could mark the beginning of a significant era in Chicago. On Monday, Chicago jazz drummer and music producer Mike Reed will launch Constellation, a performing arts center that will feature...
A lot of words have been used to describe L2O — minimalist, compelling, any superlative you care to name — but until recently, playful was not among them. But the ascendancy of chef Matthew Kirkley at this highly regarded restaurant —...
Tags: St. Patrick's Day, Summer Squash, Foie Gras, Restaurants, Caviar
Another month, another week of discounted dining. In January we had Chicago Restaurant Week; starting Sunday, and running through March 22, we have Chicago Chef Week, which will feature 75 restaurants offering three-course lunches for $22 and three-course...
Tags: Slurping Turtle, CLTV, Yusho, Tavernita, Salads
Make more sense out of your dollars. Download the newest e-book in our growing collection, “Spending Smart: A Consumer's Guide to Saving Money and Making Good Financial Decisions.” It’s a collection of columns by Chicago Tribune reporter...
Tags: Gregory Karp, Chicago Tribune
A group of Chicago residents and preservationists are working to win federal approval to turn the entire Pullman neighborhood on Chicago's Far South Side into a national park. If approved by Congress or proclaimed a national monument by the president,...
Tags: Dick Durbin, Politics, Business, Sales, National Government
Suppose I'm a business — and what a handsome business I'd be! — that's interviewing people for a job opening. There are two finalists, one 27 years old, the other 52. They have similar qualifications, albeit the older candidate has more...
When Chicago's Rev. Addie Wyatt died last year at 88, I wrote that she was a dynamo in the labor, civil and women's rights movements. That was a mere snapshot. On Saturday, an exhibit of her life will open at the Chicago Public Library's Vivian G. Harsh...
If a career falls in Lake Forest and no one around cares to hear it … Brian Urlacher's extraordinary career with the Bears ended with a resounding whimper Wednesday as an afternoon news release confirmed what long has been expected — that...
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