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Special to The TimesI had almost forgotten what skiing could be like. Three decades after I first set skis to snow, I had grown to accept the epic shuttle rides from parking lots to the slopes, the winding lift lines that seemed to stretch for miles, the $15 bowls of chili...
FOUND Yearbook help: Shopping Scout receives many requests for high school yearbooks. Doris of Northampton and Gail of Coplay suggest that anyone looking for a yearbook should contact his or her high school to inquire if they have any extra copies of the...
Tags: Bob Hope, Emmaus, Dean Martin, Breads, Easter
Christmas brews, $4 each The Map Room, Bucktown's brew-heavy hang, pours Sierra Nevada Celebration, Great Lakes Christmas Ale, and Three Floyds Alpha Klaus from taps, and offers Goose Island Christmas in bottles. Manager Chad Wulff says, "Christmas...
Chocolate, one of the oldest and most popular love potions, doesn't have to be a heart-shaped ho-hum experience. Check out these spots for some diverse alternatives: Better than instant The winters in Chicago can drive you to drink--hot chocolate,...
NYNewsday.comYou've just come from a performance, and you need something to eat. Here are some of our favorite places. Café Fiorello. What stared out, half a generation ago, as a pastry-and-coffee place has morphed into a full-service restaurant with a plenty of...
Tags: Pasta, Pizzas, Culture, Carnegie Hall, Hamburgers
Special to the TribuneArden Cogar Jr. can chop down a 12-inch-diameter tree in 13 seconds. A lawyer by day, Cogar spends his weekends traveling to lumberjack competitions from his Hamlin, W.Va., home. A member of the U.S. National Lumberjack Team, Cogar has earned 32 world...
This week I reached out for a cup of Chantico drinkable chocolate -- gulp! -- at Starbucks. And by gulpable chocolate, I don't mean a chocolate shake, hot chocolate, chocolate milk or even Yoo-hoo. Starbucks has introduced a creamy, dark-chocolate...
Tags: Butter, The Hershey Co., Starbucks Corp.
Get a fresh Christmas tree (and some exercise) by chopping your own. When you head out to one of these local farms, just bring a lot of holiday spirit and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate, go on a hayride or buy wreaths and other holiday decorations....
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