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Little Italy (Chicago, Illinois)

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  • Help readers find lost recipes

    Help readers find lost recipes
    Q: Enjoyed your May 28, 2014, article: "Longing for Hong Kong Steak." Here's another Chicago challenge: "Nello's spaghetti and fried chicken." Nello's restaurant was located in Chicago's Little Italy area of 24th and Oakley back in the '40s and '50s and served absolutely wonderful spaghetti meat sauce along with (I still feel) the world's best fried chicken. Every meal was such a treat! Unfortunately, Chef Nello closed his doors in the late '50s without notice and couldn't be located, so there was no way to get hold of his recipe. Is there any way I can get these?
  • In the Heart of Chicago, a hub of restaurants and history

    In the Heart of Chicago, a hub of restaurants and history
    The street appears frozen in time. If you stood at 24th Street and stared south down Oakley Avenue, the view probably doesn't look that different from 30 years ago. This is the heart of the Heart of Chicago neighborhood. On this stretch of Oakley there'...

    Bears' Kyle Long buys Lake Forest house for $1.35M

    Bears' Kyle Long buys Lake Forest house for $1.35M
    Chicago Bears offensive guard Kyle Long, who won a Pro Bowl selection this year after his rookie season, paid $1.35 million last month for a five-bedroom brick, Georgian-style house in Lake Forest. Long, 25, the Bears' first-round draft pick in 2013,...

    Do-it-yourself charity is family affair

     Do-it-yourself charity is family affair
    At a glance, the scene of people unloading trucks and unpacking boxes at a Bucktown neighborhood church on a recent Saturday could have been any end-of-year donation drive for the Chicago area's less fortunate. But instead of unacquainted volunteers...

    Pizzeria Uno opens

    Pizzeria Uno opens
    Chicago-style pizza may owe its existence to a bad enchilada. When partners Ike Sewell and Ric Riccardo planned to open a restaurant, Sewell, a native Texan, wanted to feature Mexican food. But one of the sample meals the partners tested made Riccardo...