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  • Kale: It's just too good for you

    Kale: It's just too good for you
    So, imagine this: There's this crazy vegetable that has calcium, vitamin C, lutein and protein. It's phenomenally easy to grow — it doesn't like heat, but can handle a broad range of soil pH, as well as the cold. It's great in salads. It's great...
  • New vision presented for Rose Bowl

    New vision presented for Rose Bowl
    The Rose Bowl should operate more like Yankee Stadium or the Heineken brewery, according to a report issued this week by a private urban planning group. Experts from the Urban Land Institute, a research institute specializing in responsible land use,...
  • Superheroes arrive for Maxim's Super Bowl party

    Superheroes arrive for Maxim's Super Bowl party
    Countless celebrities and athletes will gather at the Indiana State Fairgrounds for one of the biggest Super Bowl parties Saturday night, the bash hosted by Maxim. This year’s Super Bowl Maxim party is deemed ‘Maxim’s Hall of Heroes&...
  • El hablador del jazz latino

    El hablador del jazz latino
    Poncho Sánchez ha recorrido el mundo como embajador del jazz latino. Pero últimamente se ha convertido en un historiador que busca llevar a sus seguidores a donde todo comenzó. Eso sería la ciudad de Nueva York en 1947, poco después del encuentro entre...
  • No-nonsense CEO runs second-biggest bank in Chicago area

    No-nonsense CEO runs second-biggest bank in Chicago area
    On a September evening, in a large tent pitched outside his bank in downtown Lake Forest, Ed Wehmer took the microphone and addressed 350 people celebrating the 20th anniversary of what is now Wintrust Financial Corp. The jocular 57-year-old is known...
  • Fugitive Hunters: Heineken Golden Ellis

    Fugitive Hunters: Heineken Golden Ellis
    On the run and wanted by the Fugitive Hunters is 27-year-old Heineken Golden Ellis Ellis is wanted for questioning in a North Chicago murder last month that began with an argument.       Ellis, goes by the street name of BD and could be anywhere from...
  • Plano wins second straight title

    From here on out, when they talk about "The Drive" in Plano, they won't be talking about the NFL. The Reapers punctuated a dominating performance with a 12-minute-6-second, 19-play, 80-yard drive that led to Plano's final touchdown in a 32-7 rout of...
  • A scrapbook career in shreds

    A scrapbook career in shreds
    They called her "labelwhore," this 28-year-old rising star in the world of scrapbooking, with a silver stud in her lip and a tattoo in Latin on her left forearm: "Art is long, life is short." Before the Internet bullies bashed her and judges revoked...
  • Ving Rhames' mission possible: selling his Brentwood home

    Ving Rhames' mission possible: selling his Brentwood home
    In an indelible award-show moment, best-actor winner Ving Rhames gave his Golden Globe to fellow nominee Jack Lemmon in 1998, saying: "I feel that being an artist is about giving, and I'd like to give this to you." There was nary a dry eye in the house,...
  • Date night at the movies

    Date night at the movies
    If they ever give an Academy Award to the best moviegoer of the year, I would have to be a nominee. No one enters a packed theater with more flair (or more popcorn). "How about over here?" I ask. "How about over there?" says my date. I prefer aisle...
  • Charles Bamforth stirs the pot as UC Davis' professor of beer

    Charles Bamforth stirs the pot as UC Davis' professor of beer
    MEET THE Anheuser-Busch Professor of Malting and Brewing Sciences at UC Davis. The what? There's a professor of beer in that teeming nest of winemakers? Indeed there is. He's Charles Bamforth, chairman of the department of food science and technology, a...
  • Cheap Beer Sales are Up

    Cheap Beer Sales are Up
    The sagging economy hasn't affected affected alcohol sales. Americans are still drinking. But what they're drinking is changing. Like many people Cornell Green enjoys an occasional beer. Today he's choosing Budweiser. It's $1.79 cheaper than his usual...