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Dining@LargeAs usual, my trips never turn out -- or even start -- the way I imagine them beforehand. For instance, here I am armed with a Chicago Zagat courtesy of Baltimore editor Marty Katz. There are two restaurants, Alinea and......
The Swampby Frank James The debate over earmarks will probably not end until the last day of the Republic, which we hope isn't anytime soon, despite what that Russian "expert" says. The debate sprang to life again because the $410 billion......
The Swampby John McCormick When President Barack Obama moved into the White House earlier this year, he took several of his fellow Chicago millionaires with him. Newly released disclosure reports show virtually all of the top Chicagoans serving in the West......
As South Side and south suburban Chicago Transit Authority riders figure out the best way to get to work and other activities Monday without Red Line Dan Ryan service, a new analysis shows that the CTA's fare increases for one-day and seven-day passes...
The Chicago Transit Authority's next big project and its impact on riders were the focus of conversation Friday afternoon at Carter's Barbershop in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood. Bert Downing, the owner of the shop at 3622 W. Cermak Road in...
What started off 17 months ago as a modest banh mi stand inside the West Loop's French Market has become one of the city's most interesting Vietnamese restaurants. Saigon Sisters may have been born from a sandwich shop (which still operates in the French...
JPMorgan Chase, one of the nation's largest banks, survived the financial crisis better than most — only to have the $6 billion "London Whale" trading loss last year expose embarrassing flaws in its accounting and risk controls. Influential...
It's safe to say that nobody knows what to expect from this year's Taste of Chicago. Stripped down to five days from its usual 10, the number of food vendors trimmed to 40 (compared with 59 in 2011) and separated from its traditional Fourth of July...
If Michael Salvatore had known the sad fate of the No. 11 bus, he might not have opened his bicycle shop and cafe on North Lincoln Avenue a few months ago. "It's asinine to cut the No. 11 bus," he said Tuesday, sitting in the former thrift store where...
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Finding a parking spot on North Halsted Street in Lake View is rarely easy, so when Bridget Bowen saw an open space in the 3500 block on the evening of Nov. 17, she thought she had struck gold. She put on her turn signal and began backing her Saturn Ion...
There's no point assigning letter grades to the Blackhawks now that they've reached the halfway point in the truncated 48-game season. Straight A's across the board. Even the marketing team and virtual unknowns behind the scenes have performed at a...
Do I hear a bison chortling? Yes, it's a laugh a minute these days in Montana. The bears are slapping their grizzly knees; the bighorn sheep are high-hoofing the pronghorn antelopes; the glaciers are splitting their sides. And my attempt to rally...
Tags: Landforms, Tourism and Leisure, Navy Pier, Glaciers, Elections
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