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Kevin Pang

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  • Kevin Pang, Chicago Tribune's Cheeseburger Bureau Chief, spent 2009 chronicling the city's burger scene. Watch all the episodes of "The Cheeseburger Show" above and read his dispatches below.
  • Food Spotting: Finding the best eats in your area

    Food Spotting: Finding the best eats in your area
    Foodspotting.com I love taking pictures of food. Whether it's food I make, food I have at a restaurant, or even plastic food at Japanese restaurants. It turns out I'm not the only food shutterbug out there. Foodspotting.com is a website where you can...
  • Join the sausage fest!

    Chicago Tribune entertainment critic Kevin Pang offers up a sausage guide: Sasuage Fest!
  • WANTED

    Oh. My. Oprah. We got into her show. Jealousssss? Indeed, hubris is a virtue when it comes to getting tickets for "The Oprah Winfrey Show." It's known as one of the hardest gets in Chicago, on par with buying White Sox postseason tickets at face value....
  • 'Jer-ry! Jer-ry!' He's just so easy

    Going to an episode of "The Jerry Springer Show" is like being a wet sock thrown in the dryer. You come out dizzy, frazzled and warm all over. No matter what you think of Springer--whether the guests are acting or truly perverts, whatever you think the...
  • School hid letter, suit says

    South Berwyn Elementary School District 100 officials concealed a 1999 letter in which three 10-year-old girls said they were molested by band teacher Robert Sperlik Jr., then misled parents about the seriousness of the allegations, according to a federal...
  • Fire strikes downtown skyscraper

    Fire strikes downtown skyscraper
    A fire was burning Monday night on an upper floor of a high-rise office building in the heart of the financial district in downtown Chicago, bringing a third of the city's fire equipment into the Loop to battle the flames. Twenty-five people were taken...
  • Nothing up sleeve but friendship

    A wire snakes from the EKG monitor, swoops past the rolling cart with the chocolate milk and orange wedges, up the bed, past the pink teddy bear and around Sarah's thumb. Inside Room 504 at Rush Children's Hospital, the EKG monitor blips. Sarah's heart...
  • Rejoicing, reservations greet new pontiff's election

    After days spent guessing who would lead them through the dawn of the 21st Century, the world's Roman Catholics today welcomed the successor to John Paul II with a mix of elation and reservation. From the neighborhood parishes of Chicago and its...
  • Prayers, hope are with pope

    The selection of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger of Germany as Pope Benedict XVI on Tuesday was marked by ringing bells and grateful prayers in Illinois--but also by worries about where he might lead the church. At St. Peter Catholic Church in the Loop,...
  • Devout child aspired to the collar very early

    The man considered by many to be the second-most powerful figure in the Roman Catholic Church for more than two decades was usually able to walk the streets of Rome unrecognized, occasionally approached by tourists who figured the round-faced fellow in...