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  • Pound cake goes flat

    Pound cake goes flat
    Q: My whole family has tried to duplicate my grandma's pound cake recipe without any success. It tastes the same but doesn't rise and if becomes a really heavy dense cake. Any idea why the cake won't rise? I want to be able to figure this out and make...
  • Former Bear David Terrell charged in domestic battery case

    Former Bear David Terrell charged in domestic battery case
    Former Chicago Bears wide receiver David Terrell was ordered held on $10,000 bond Saturday after he allegedly grabbed his ex-girlfriend during an argument inside his high-rise apartment on the Near South Side and threatened to throw her off a balcony,...
  • Fall music preview: Chicago jazz greats coming home

    Fall music preview: Chicago jazz greats coming home
    Chicago always has produced jazz giants, larger-than-life figures whose art towers over that of mere mortals. Who are today's Chicago jazz giants? Following is an annotated guide to some of the titans who will be performing during the fall season: Art...
  • Fall music preview: Getting a sound classical education

    Fall music preview: Getting a sound classical education
    How many of you feel you need more grounding in some basic elements of classical music? Let's have a show of hands. I thought so! Some of you may simply want to know what distinguishes a symphony from a sonata, or what makes music “modern,”...
  • Man scalping tickets stabbed downtown near Lollapalooza

    Man scalping tickets stabbed downtown near Lollapalooza
    A 53-year-old man from Memphis was stabbed downtown outside the Lollapalooza music festival while trying to scalp tickets last night, according to police and the fire department. The man remains hospitalized in good condition late Saturday morning,...
  • Cooking with lavender

    Cooking with lavender
    Q: I got a bunch of dried organic lavender flowers from a local co-op. I have always wanted to cook with lavender but my first attempt to infuse the flavors into a tart was a disappointment. Do you have a suggestion? —Andrew Maselli, Chicago A:...
  • Boy, 12, gunned down on South Side

    Boy, 12, gunned down on South Side
    A 12-year-old boy was fatally shot late Saturday night near his Southeast Side home, another man was killed on the South Side and five other people were wounded in separate overnight attacks, according to Chicago police. The boy, Nazia Banks, was playing...
  • NATO debate tonight

     
    UPDATE -- The debate video is posted here. It was a vigorous, informative and very civil exchange and watching it will be an hour well spent. This, from an e-mail press release, looks interesting: CHICAGO -- After some difficulties lining......
  • Cars.com Drives the L.L. Bean Boot

     
    Ever since Cars.com linked up with PickupTrucks.com, we've done only a little truck testing of our own, but we still take them out for a spin just to keep in step with the market. Such was the rationalization last week......
  • Shopping: H&M launches eco-friendly Glamour collection [Updated]

     
    H&M launches Glamour collection; Cleobella opens in Sunset Beach; Sephora has a Tangerine Tango pop-up; Oliver Peoples hosts surf photographer Jeff Divine. And more....
  • Illinois, Kentucky tickets split Powerball jackpot

     
    Two tickets, one bought in Illinois and the other in Kentucky, split Saturday night's $37.5 million Powerball jackpot. In Florida, one player matched the five white balls and won $200,000. An extra dollar for Power Play owuld have increased the prize to...
  • What do Lakeviewers want from Emanuel?

     
    Efficiency in government spending and breaks for small businesses were all cited by local residents and business owners....