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  • May 13 - The Signature Room

    May 13 - The Signature Room
    Wisconsin Spinach Dip, Grilled Michigan Asparagus, and Truffled Egg Salad The Signature Room at the 95th 875 N Michigan Ave Chicago (312) 787-9596 www.signatureroom.com Wisconsin Spinach Dip Ingredients: 1 Tbs canola oil 2 cloves garlic, peeled, stem...
  • The role of place in the world

    In recent years, the notion that the world, if not flat, is rapidly flattening as a result of the forces of globalization has gained currency to the point of becoming a platitude. So mobile, so interconnected, so integrated is this new world that historic...
  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    The Tribune's White Sox reporter answers reader questions throughout the season. This week, shifting Paul Konerko to DH and Swisher to first, tracking Ken Williams' trades and Nick Swisher's pants. I know trades are too hypothetical to ask about...
  • Pinball never died in this arcade

    Tim Quintana hunches over a pinball machine and stares down Spider-Man's archenemies: Kingpin, Lizard and Scorpion. He pulls the plunger and a silver ball shoots onto the playfield, a maze of brightly lit bumpers and targets. The ball darts over a comic-...
  • Power line may trigger surge in rates

    A high-tension power line linking eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, now in the early stages of development, will probably push up the price of electricity in and around the Lehigh Valley, experts say. Other new lines, from West Virginia and western...
  • MDOT lifts lane restrictions this holiday weekend

    The Michigan Department of Transportation is removing lane restrictions on 97 of 142 projects statewide during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Beginning at 3 p.m. on Friday, May 22, and continuing until 6 a.m. on Tuesday, May 26, MDOT is suspending...
  • Staying afloat while learning a new language

    Buenos Aires A few years ago, during my first attempt at learning a second language, I took a weeklong Spanish course in Antigua, a tiny colonial town near Guatemala City, the capital of this Central American country. In a stucco building on a...
  • Mystery Donor Gives $10 Million to MSU

    Mystery Donor Gives $10 Million to MSU
    A donor who wishes to remain anonymous is giving Michigan State University a $10 million gift. The university announced the donation Thursday. It's not clear if the gift is connected to a string of at least a dozen others given anonymously to...
  • MSU: Proximity Could Hit Hotel Sales

    EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan State didn't have any trouble selling its allotment of tickets for the NCAA Final Four, which will be played just 90 miles from campus at Detroit's Ford Field. But the proximity to campus leaves Michigan State...
  • Obama, McCain sell bailout, hate it, too

     
    by Christi Parsons GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.--As if peddling a product with a $700 billion price tag wasn't hard enough, the two traveling salesmen for the Wall Street bailout have an added challenge: John McCain and Barack Obama have to make......
  • Michigan Reaps $1.36 Billion in Grants for Advanced Battery Tech

     
    The state of Michigan will be the greatest beneficiary of a $2.4 billion federal grant program to develop advanced battery technology for plug-in and electric vehicles. Vice President Joe Biden and Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm announced that $1.36...
  • Help for MI Auto Industry?

    LANSING - The Obama Administration selected Dr. Ed Montgomery as the Director of Recovery for Auto Communities and Workers. Today, he met with Governor Jennifer Granholm to discuss helping the state deal with an ailing auto industry. Dr. Montgomery has...