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  • Turkey president shops at Brooks Brothers and other NATO sightings

    Turkey president shops at Brooks Brothers and other NATO sightings
    The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, had dinner at upscale Mexican restaurant Mercadito Monday while in Chicago for NATO. And as you would expect, he had plenty of company. Besides the Prince's table of seven, the large...
  • Vision beyond the horizon helps Chicago's First Lady Cruises grow, succeed

    Vision beyond the horizon helps Chicago's First Lady Cruises grow, succeed
    Holly Agra tilts her head upward, letting sunlight settle on her face. She stills her fingers from fiddling with her iPhone. She gazes at the bridges and the current of the river, relishing the vista from the deck of Chicago's Leading Lady, the biggest...
  • Thousands of teachers rally in Chicago

    Thousands of teachers rally in Chicago
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel bore the brunt of criticism from angry teachers who filled the Auditorium Theatre on Wednesday to make clear their unhappiness with the administration's efforts to overhaul public education in Chicago. The crowd of nearly 4,000...
  • Panhandlers harassed on Mag Mile, suit claims

    Panhandlers harassed on Mag Mile, suit claims
    Two civil rights attorneys filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the City of Chicago saying the Police Department is unlawfully intimidating panhandlers from asking for money on the Magnificent Mile. The lawsuit filed in federal court in Chicago alleges that...
  • Buttermilk beyond the biscuit

    Buttermilk beyond the biscuit
    Q: Years ago when dairies in Illinois sold pure buttermilk it was awesome. Today most buttermilk is too far pasteurized and does not taste the same. I have been searching online for places to buy the good old-fashioned buttermilk and to my amazement, no...
  • Must-see summer classical and jazz/blues concerts in Chicago

    Must-see summer classical and jazz/blues concerts in Chicago
    Tribune music critics John von Rhein (classical) and Howard Reich (jazz/blues) each pick 10 shows you shouldn't miss this summer: Classical: “The Circus Princess” and “The Cousin from Nowhere”: Emmerich Kalman's three-ring...
  • Van crashes through store window on Mag Mile

    Van crashes through store window on Mag Mile
    A Sauk Village man was issued a ticket after his brakes went out and his van crashed through a plate glass window of a clothing store just off North Michigan Avenue this morning when he swerved to avoid pedestrians, police said. The van hit the store...
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  • Puffing up the choux

    Puffing up the choux
    Q: Last time I made pate a choux for chocolate eclairs, I used the same recipe that I've used for 30 years. But for some reason, they did not puff up as expected. Any thoughts on what went wrong? —Tom Gull, Oak Park A: A quick call got Tom Gull'...
  • Chicagoans, show off your end-zone dance for cash

    Chicagoans, show off your end-zone dance for cash
    It's been awhile since anyone in Chicago has had a reason to dance in the Bears' end zone, but on June 5 USA Network will be checking out your moves as part of the "Necessary Roughness" Show Us Your End Zone Dance Competition. Participants must perform...
  • Burke's 'peace pipe' comment blows up in his face

    Burke's 'peace pipe' comment blows up in his face
    Ald. Edward Burke stirred a conflict today with Native Americans, even as he sought reconciliation with descendants of the Potawatomi tribe members who fought the U.S. military and early area settlers in the Battle of Fort Dearborn. Joseph Podlasek,...
  • Police: 12 arrested after protester hits officer with frying pan

    Police: 12 arrested after protester hits officer with frying pan
    A protester charged with hitting a Chicago police officer over the head with a frying pan Wednesday night on North Michigan Avenue was ordered held today in lieu of $50,000 bond.   Gary C. Wagaman, a 30-year-old Michigan resident, appeared in Cook...