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  • Dining scene: From fried chicken and waffles to pomegranate scallops

    Dining scene: From fried chicken and waffles to pomegranate scallops
    What's happening in food and dining around South Florida. Burt & Max's Bar and Grille 9089 W. Atlantic Ave., Suite 100, west of Delray Beach, 561-638-6380, BurtAndMaxs.com Legendary restaurateurs Burt Rapoport and Dennis Max have rejoined to debut...
  • History lives in the Yucatán

    History lives in the Yucatán
    YUCATÁN PENINSULA, Mexico — What's the Mexican drug-war body count now? 47,000? Ever since the killings began to escalate in late 2006, I've been visiting the country less and choosing spots more carefully. But the Yucatán Peninsula was an easy...
  • Florida Southern's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed campus named National Historic Landmark

    Florida Southern's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed campus named National Historic Landmark
    Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright's "Child of the Sun," the campus for Florida Southern College in Lakeland, has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service the school announced today. "This architecture represents the laws...
  • 10 best iconic modern house tours in North America

    10 best iconic modern house tours in North America
    Anyone with a pile of money can build a big pile of a house, and back in the day, that's what you did. (See, for instance, "Downton Abbey.") But during the 20th century, a group of architects staged a controversial revolt. Why, they asked, couldn't less...
  • Pedro E. Guerrero dies at 95; fine arts photographer

    Pedro E. Guerrero, a photographer whose early work with architect Frank Lloyd Wright sparked a long, distinguished career in the worlds of fine art and glossy magazines, died Thursday. He was 95. Guerrero died at his home in Florence, Ariz., said his...
  • PASSINGS: Edgar Tafel, Gus Zernial

    PASSINGS: Edgar Tafel, Gus Zernial
    Edgar Tafel Architect, Taliesen fellow was key to saving Wright works Edgar Tafel, 98, an architect who was an original Taliesin fellow credited with saving some of Frank Lloyd Wright's most important works, died Jan. 18 at his home in lower Manhattan,...
  • Seminary Co-Op

    Seminary Co-Op
    To celebrate its 50th year in business, the Seminary Co-op, the flagship bookstore of Seminary Cooperative's three Bookstores, will be moving above ground. Incorporated in 1961, the famous Hyde Park landmark in the basement of the Chicago Theological...
  • "The Danger Box" by Blue Balliett

    "The Danger Box" by Blue Balliett
    "The Danger Box" By Blue Balliett Scholastic, $16.99, 320 pages (ages 9-12) "Every book is a box of ideas. /Every book that shares secrets is a Danger Box." And thus author Blue Balliett launches our exploration into the world of Zoomy Chamberlain, a...
  • Marker placed at Hyde Park shopping center where Obamas shared first kiss

    Marker placed at Hyde Park shopping center where Obamas shared first kiss
    She was an attorney at a big Chicago law firm. He was a Harvard Law student who landed a job there as a summer associate. He was immediately smitten. She wasn't so sure. But he won her over, and the couple sealed their budding romance with a kiss at the...
  • Who says you can't go home again?

    Who says you can't go home again?
    President Barack Obama delighted in the prospect of sleeping in his own bed Friday night, after his Kenwood neighborhood was securely tucked in by the police and Secret Service. Obama arrived in Chicago about 4:30 p.m. for three campaign fundraisers,...
  • Taming the tough gift list

    Taming the tough gift list
    Holiday shopping doesn't have to be a chore. Not if you make an adventure out of it — filled with time to browse, stop for a drink or a meal, and — who knows — pick up a little something for yourself. With all that in mind, I recently...
  • Defining your space

    Defining your space
    Housing trends come and go, but one 1980s trend stuck like a teen to a cellphone: the open floor plan. Out were the post-World War II floor plans, with their labyrinth of rooms and narrow hallways. In were wall-less living areas that allowed Mom to keep...