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  • Kool Stop Yogurt leases space in Chesapeake Square

    Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer reported its latest leases in Hampton Roads. Kool Stop Yogurt leased 1,324 square feet in Chesapeake Square Place at 2400 Chesapeake Square in Chesapeake. General Service Co. Inc. leased 10,000 square feet in Nansemond...
  • Greek market return, Fed minutes spur periphery debt rally

    LONDON (Reuters) - Fervent demand for Greece's first bond sale just two years after it defaulted buoyed investor appetite for other lower-rated euro zone sovereign debt on Thursday. Belief that a rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve might not come as...
  • Euro zone house prices dip at end of 2013 despite recovery

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - House prices fell in the euro zone at the end of the last year despite an acceleration in the region's economic recovery, hurt by falling prices in Spain and Italy, data showed on Thursday. Euro zone residential property values...
  • For 'Dance,' an overdue visit from Conor McPherson

    For 'Dance,' an overdue visit from Conor McPherson
    Until this past week — and I find this rather incredible — Conor McPherson had never been to Chicago. It's surprising because few theater-loving cities, outside of Dublin anyway, have been so obsessed with the works of a fellow who is, to my...
  • Tinley Park celebrates St. Patrick's Day

    Tinley Park kicked off St. Patrick’s Day festivities Sunday afternoon with its annual Irish parade and what Mayor Ed Zabrocki called “the biggest crowd we’ve had in 15 years.” Ireland’s Consul General in Chicago, Aidan...
  • 9 ways to go green for St. Patrick's Day

    Americans love to celebrate holidays from other countries -- especially those of countries that are the ancestral homes of many U.S. citizens. St. Patrick's Day may the top of the list of such beloved celebrations. But you don't have to have a grandmother...
  • Foreign travel: Warnings on Crimean Peninsula, Mali

    Risks and warnings The State Department continues to warn U.S. citizens to defer all non-essential travel to Ukraine and all travel to the Crimean Peninsula and eastern areas of Kharkiv, Donetsk and Lugansk due to tensions in the region. The U.S....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Meet The Author Jessica Handly

    Visit the Enfield Public Library on Wednesday, April 9 at 7 p.m. to meet local author, Jessica (Barone) Handly and discuss her new novel, "Wolfwalker." "Wolfwalker" is the tale of a young woman's rising strength in the face of adversity. "Wolfwalker," a...
  • Kathy Ireland extending her passion for fashion to pets

    Kathy Ireland's Worldwide brand is 28th most powerful brand in the nation, according to Forbes Magazine, topping $2 billion in licensed products in 2013. When it comes to home decor, the one-time super model is a superstar and more than a tad successful....
  • 9 Irish whiskeys to try right now

    9 Irish whiskeys to try right now
    When Andrew Abrahamson and Pedro Shanahan helped create the menu for the newly opened Bar Jackalope, a dusky 18-seat lounge ornamented with ersatz taxidermy of the mythical creature and devoted to whiskey from around the globe, they of course included...
  • ECB's Draghi: banks should take prompt action ahead of health check

    PARIS (Reuters) - Banks should take prompt action to fix any problems before the European Central Bank unveils its health checks on the sector, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Tuesday, while underscoring his readiness to act to tackle low inflation....
  • Eva Marie Saint: Not so saintly in 'North by Northwest'

    "I TIPPED the steward five dollars to seat you here if you came in." "Is that a proposition?" "I never discuss love on an empty stomach." "You've already eaten." "But you haven't." That was just a bit of the double-entendre-loaded exchanges between...