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  • OCT 9 | Blue Sky: Rick Bayless on Letting Vision Drive Success

    OCT 9 | Blue Sky: Rick Bayless on Letting Vision Drive Success
    On Thursday, October 9, acclaimed chef Rick Bayless will share with Blue Sky Innovation how he has stayed true to his vision as he has built a restaurant, food and media empire. Bayless joins the Chicago Tribune’s Colin McMahon at the National Museum of Mexican Art for a discussion and audience Q&A about his recipe for innovation and business success. Attendees will enjoy networking before and after the program with other entrepreneurs as well as special evening access to museum galleries, containing one of the largest collections of Mexican art in the U.S. including the museum’s annual Day of the Dead exhibition, “Rito y Recuerdo: Day of the Dead.”
  • Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Sausagefest 2014 Haymarket Pub & Brewery 737 W. Randolph St. 312-638-0700 Try 10 house-made sausages, each paired with a cheese from Marion Street Cheese Market and two beers from Dryhop Brewers, Pig Minds Brewing Co., Half Acre Beer Company and...

    World Music Festival Chicago to feature 62 acts

    World Music Festival Chicago to feature 62 acts
    Vieux Farka Toure (from Mali), Bombino (Niger) and Pablo Menendez & Mezcla (Cuba) will headline the 16th annual World Music Festival Chicago, running Sept. 11 through 21 in venues across the city. The festival, presented by the city’s Department...

    Trib Nation: Bayless to talk innovation

    If it's a cliche to say you will know a people by the food they eat, then that's a cliche I joyously embrace. When the Tribune posted me to Mexico as a foreign correspondent in 1994, I greedily ate my way to as deep an understanding of the country as I...

    Hopeful times ahead for Chicago Jazz Festival

     Hopeful times ahead for Chicago Jazz Festival
    After three and a half decades, can the tradition-bound Chicago Jazz Festival evolve into something better, newer, fresher? Can the event break with formulas of the past and prove worthy of the great jazz city whose name it bears? At this late date,...