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  • Cheaper beer in Cubs bleachers?

     
    With baseball's attendance down, the Cubs will offer a few incentives any fan can rally around -- T-shirts and discounted beer and hot dogs....
  • Sculpture, handmade scarves and pottery bring art lovers to Elmhurst

     
    A garden growing with flowers made of rust-colored sheet metal, displays of handmade pots and shimmering glass vases and pyramids were just a few of …...
  • West Side hot dog stand can't hang 'Felony Franks' sign

     
    Posted by Hal Dardick at 3:15 p.m. A West Side hot dog stand can continue serving “misdemeanor wieners” and “pardon Polish” sausages, but the owner won't be allowed to hang a sign outside his establishment declaring it "Felony...
  • Potts' Hot Dogs opening another location

     
    Potts' Hot Dogs plans to open a stand as early as May 11 at the former Mocha Mike coffee space at the corner of Easton Avenue and Stefko Blvd., Bethlehem. Potts' owner Jeremiah Warsing said the exact opening date depends on final approvals from the city....
  • Color Coding Equals Smarter Eating

    Color Coding Equals Smarter Eating
    When little Danielle Dolgoff was just 3 years old, she looked up from her lunch and asked her mom how many calories were in her turkey sandwich. "It's a 'green light' food," pediatrician Joanna Dolgoff told her daughter. "Don't worry about calories. Just...
  • Rocky’s Replay delivers in new home

     
    Rocky's Replay returns, with beer and smoking inside again....
  • The conversation: Protecting L.A.'s artistic identity

     
    Critics of our city amuse themselves by saying Los Angeles has no history, no culture. Just our public artworks alone prove them wrong. That's why it's essential that we protect our city's artistic landscape, which represents not just our history......
  • Wrigley to swap hot dog vendors

     
    Chicago hot dog company Vienna Beef scores a major contract with another Chicago icon: Wrigley Field....
  • Yankee Fan Club trips are now open to the public

     
    Chuck Frantz, president of the Lehigh Valley Yankee Fan Club, has several great bus trips lined up for this spring and summer. With baseball season now just a few days away -- although there's rain and snow in Friday's forecast when the Phillies are...
  • Next Theatre Celebrates 30 years at "The Black Pearl Affair"

     
    EVANSTON, IL – Next Theatre Company presents its 2011 benefit “The Black Pearl Affair,” co-chaired by Robert Andalman, Muriel Chalem and Judy Kemp Monday, May …...
  • Eight food trucks assembling March 29 in south Orlando

     
    Updated to fix location The Daily City's Orlando Food Truck Bizaar rolls into the Farmers Market at Discovery Church (4400 S. Orange Ave. in Orlando across from Julie’s Waterfront) 7-10 p.m. Tuesday March 29, 2011. Participating mobile food...
  • Joliet Baseball Committee meets with Slammers as season opener nears

     
    The price of a Slammers game will be $10, $3 less than they were for the baseball team's predecessor, The JackHammers, at Silver Cross Field. …...