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  • Ask Amy: Conservative wife controls husband's movie choices

    Ask Amy: Conservative wife controls husband's movie choices
    Dear Amy: I'm at a loss on how to move forward with my wife (it is a second marriage for us both). She's a far more conservative Christian than I am and objects to any type of nudity in movies. I tell her that before we met I didn't seek it out —...
  • Pet travel products make it easier to take all family members on vacation

    Pet travel products make it easier to take all family members on vacation
    When families take a vacation, increasingly, it's the entire family enjoying the get-away. Nearly a third of all dog owners now take their pets along on vacation, according to the 2013-2014 American Pet Product Association National Pet Owners Survey....
  • Restaurant review: Next's 'Trio' menu

    Restaurant review: Next's 'Trio' menu
    After 10 iterations in which Next has looked outward, creating menus inspired by cuisine from turn-of-the-century Paris, street food from Thailand and the gastronomic wonders of El Bulli chef Ferran Adria, the shape-shifting Next has adopted an inward...
  • Bears' red-zone failures surprising, costly

     Bears' red-zone failures surprising, costly
    Bears cornerback Tim Jennings nodded his head when asked to name the toughest red-zone threat he has faced in the NFL. "I'd have to say the guys right here in this locker room — the guys I go against every day," Jennings said. Honest words...
  • Restaurant review: Bohemian House ★★

    Restaurant review: Bohemian House ★★
    At one point there were as many as a dozen Czech restaurants in the Chicago area, most of them grouped along Cermak Road (named after a Czech-born former Chicago mayor), in Cicero and Berwyn, and along Ogden Avenue in Brookfield. I used to call the area...
  • Restaurant review: River Roast ★★

    Restaurant review: River Roast ★★
    I would call 3-month-old River Roast a can't-miss concept, except that concepts have missed at this address before. River Roast sits inside the historic Reid Murdoch building, in a sprawling space that once was home to Bob Chinn's (a short-lived attempt...
  • Ask Amy: College student's behavior is soooo high school

    Ask Amy: College student's behavior is soooo high school
    Dear Amy: My first week in college I met "Christy" and "Ally," who were friends in high school. They have rooms next to each other in our dorm. I had a brief relationship with Christy. I ended it because we lacked an emotional connection; also Christy...
  • John Kass: NFL, Goodell sideline the concussion story

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is a public relations genius. That's right, a real American genius if you will. If you don't believe it, then you've probably had your brains scrambled so hard that they leaked out your ear and plopped right onto the 50-...
  • Interpol reboots after career crossroads

    Interpol reboots after career crossroads
    Interpol recently released one of its most accomplished albums, "El Pintor" (Matador), its first in four years. But founding guitarist Daniel Kessler says he had no idea what to expect when it first started taking shape with the band at a career...
  • Ask Amy: Mother's daily check-ins bother fiancee

    Ask Amy: Mother's daily check-ins bother fiancee
    Dear Amy: My fiance and I have been together for three years; I have a 5-year-old from a previous relationship and we have a 1-year-old together. He has been a wonderful guy from the start and has always accepted my oldest, even though he is not his...
  • Restaurant review: mfk

    Restaurant review: mfk
    Winter's gloom isn't upon us yet, but its imminent arrival is palpable, visible in the lengthening afternoon shadows and in the depressing Old Farmer's Almanac forecasts being shared on Facebook. When the polar vortex, or whatever we'll be calling it...