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  • In their own words: 9/11 memories

     
    Last month, the Crime & Safety blog asked readers to share what 9/11 means to them. Readers responded, and their stories??are posted??here. For retired condo management worker Joyce Leach, her church supported her during 9/11. After the attacks 10 years.....
  • Artwork, fraud victims sought

     
    Matthew Taylor, 43, Vero Beach. Photo: U.S. Department of Justice, courtesy Federal investigators and the Los Angeles Police Department are seeking information about the man picured above: Matthew Taylor, 43, an art dealer from Vero Beach, Florida....
  • Steve Jobs' Impact on the Automobile

     
    Apple founder Steve Jobs made a huge impact on the computer world, but some of the innovations he???s most known for have transformed the car as we know it. With his passing, we take a look at just how much......
  • Fading to black -- Hollywood's cuckoo clocks and Blockbuster stores

     
    You know the old saying, "Even a stopped clock is right twice a day." Not in Hollywood. The city's $86,000 electronic clocks on the water tower at I-95 and Sheridan Street are completely kaput again, the latest in a never-ending......
  • A Billboard That Doesn't Ruin the View

     
    While we don't often get this issue here in flat Illinois ??? Cars.com HQ is in downtown Chicago ??? we???ve all seen our fair share of chintzy, vulgar ads for fireworks, ambulance chasers ??? and let???s not forget adult book/video......
  • An L.A. Auto Show Photo Gallery

     
    Staff photographer Evan Sears does a remarkable job of capturing the dozens of new models that debut at every auto show for Cars.com. As an editor wandering the show floor, however, I like to snap my own photos of what......
  • World's top chefs talk cuisine, creativity in Chicago

    World's top chefs talk cuisine, creativity in Chicago
    If the culinary world had a "Three Tenors"-like tour, it couldn't do much better than chefs Ferran Adria, Andoni Luis Aduriz and Grant Achatz — and the music likely would make your head spin. Adria was the chef of Spain's El Bulli, which topped...
  • 'Check Please!' names Catherine De Orio new host

    'Check Please!' names Catherine De Orio new host
    Citizens of Chicago, food-TV obsessives, our long nightmare is over: Meet Catherine De Orio. She's Italian. She's in her mid-30s. She lives in the West Loop. She's married to a lawyer. She has no food allergies. She has a throaty, confiding voice. Her...
  • Roundup: Architecture and Nepal, Zumthor's LACMA, Deitch in Coney Island

    A quake’s deadly toll, George Takei's rescue of Japanese internment artifacts from auction, parsing the plans for the new LACMA, more thoughts on the new Whitney Museum and the Guggenheim's labor issues. Plus: Jeffrey Deitch goes to Coney Island,...
  • Review: World premieres spotlight women of the AACM

    Review: World premieres spotlight women of the AACM
    Clearly, the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) was just getting warmed up when it celebrated its 50th anniversary with a four-hour concert last week at the University of Chicago's Mandel Hall. For over the weekend many of...
  • Under the veil: L.A. reacts to the Broad museum's sneak peek

    Under the veil: L.A. reacts to the Broad museum's sneak peek
    Hundreds of people poured into downtown over the weekend for a one-day only sneak peek of the Broad museum, which is scheduled to open officially in September. Though Eli Broad's new museum has yet to be completed — there is still construction...