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  • Grant Park Music Festival summer season announced

    Grant Park Music Festival summer season announced
    Once again the Grant Park Music Festival is taking the lead among local summer festivals when it comes to presenting eclectic combinations of popular symphonic and choral fare and more adventuresome classical music programming. And it's all free. The...
  • Cops: Woman crashed car while chasing fleeing husband

     
    A Chicago woman is being charged with reckless driving after police said she chased her husband in her vehicle while the man fled on foot, …...
  • Knife-wielding man steals iPhones, and more

     
    The following items were taken from Oak Park police records Sept. 14. Armed Robbery A man in his 20s stole a bag and two iPhones …...
  • Look! Up in the sky. It's a bird...and another bird.

    Look!  Up in the sky. It's a bird...and another bird.
    Eric Gyllenhaal listened carefully. "I think I hear a catbird," he said. He mimicked the song, which at one point included a "meow." Me, I just heard a siren, and maybe some traffic from the Eisenhower. But Gyllenhaal can hear past the sounds of the...
  • The Fez in Stamford: Moroccan and Middle Eastern Cuisine Get the Star Treatment

    The Fez in Stamford: Moroccan and Middle Eastern Cuisine Get the Star Treatment
    The Fez 227 Summer St., Stamford, (203) 975-0479, www.thefez1.com Stamford’s explosive restaurant scene just keeps popping. Once a desolate, vaguely soulless city, this corporate hub has become a haven for international dining, and nowhere is...
  • Finding Direction: Programs Help Put Young People On Right Path And Off Streets

    Finding Direction: Programs Help Put Young People On Right Path And Off Streets
    HARTFORD -- Eric Heredia, 17; and Traevaughnn Morrison, 15, are part of the Peacebuilders program, a violence-prevention initiative with the Hartford Public Schools and the City of Hartford. Last year Heredia said he was expelled from Hartford Public...
  • All The Festivals Fit To Attend in Connecticut (Listings!)

    All The Festivals Fit To Attend in Connecticut (Listings!)
    Some kind of magic switch seems to have gotten flipped. With summer here, Connecticut turns into a sunny wonderland of outdoor music festivals, county fairs, regional food shindigs and other finely focused affairs. Celebrate the seasonal joys of...
  • Columbus Park Neighborhood Rattled by Gunfire

    Columbus Park Neighborhood Rattled by Gunfire
    Kansas City, Missouri, Police are searching for a suspect who fired several weapons, including an AK-47, during a botched marijuana deal in the Columbus Park neighborhood near the River Market. According to police, more than 50 rounds were fired in the...
  • Holiday traditions from the pros in the kitchen

    Holiday traditions from the pros in the kitchen
    When chefs catch a break during their busiest time of the year, the holidays, they often bend tradition. They eat and drink things you wouldn't expect. Matt Storch, chef-owner of Match (South Norwalk, matchsono.com) has two holiday traditions. "The Jewish...
  • Compromised Care: West Side nursing home probed after death

    Compromised Care: West Side nursing home probed after death
    State authorities are investigating a West Side nursing home following reports of violence that include the August beating death of a 72-year-old dementia patient, allegedly by a psychotic felon also living in the facility, records obtained by the Tribune...