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  • Fremantle Italia's Business Model Focuses on Format, Puts Corporate Sponsorship Into Budget Mix

    The boldest new format that FremantleMedia will be hawking at Mip is Italy's "Masterpiece," touted as the world's first talent show for wannabe writers. Perhaps more important, "Masterpiece" stems from changes under way at Fremantle's growing Italo...
  • Wall Street orders up GrubHub in market debut

    CHICAGO — Investors filled up on shares of GrubHub in the company's first day of trading. GrubHub shares rose as high as $40.80 on Friday and ended up 31%, at $34. The Chicago company's gains came even as the overall stock market fell, with the Dow...
  • Taco Madness: blue corn ghost chile tacos, Momo's carnitas and best in show ...

    Taco Madness: blue corn ghost chile tacos, Momo's carnitas and best in show ...
    Blue skies and the aromas of caramelized pork drew crowds to downtown's Grand Park on Saturday when some of Los Angeles' best taco makers gathered for L.A. Taco's annual Taco Madness fest. Long lines snaked around the Guerrilla Tacos and Mariscos...
  • Amid turbulence, investors lose some of their appetite for GrubHub

    Amid turbulence, investors lose some of their appetite for GrubHub
    GrubHub shares are trading well below last week’s highs as a massive selloff of technology-related stocks weighs on the new shares of the online food ordering service. GrubHub shares fell 12.5 percent to $30.91 during Thursday’s rough...
  • Mom of bicyclist killed in DUI accident sues driver

    Mom of bicyclist killed in DUI accident sues driver
    The mother of a bicyclist killed last spring while riding in the Old Town neighborhood filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the man charged in his death as well as the man’s employer. Robert Cann, who went by Bobby, was riding his bicycle in the 1300...
  • Letters From The Editor: A delightful two hours at the helm

    I know this paper's called the Pilot, but I have to admit that I had never piloted an actual boat until a couple of weekends ago. My wife recently bought a Groupon for a two-hour Duffy boat rental in Huntington Harbour. I looked forward to using it...
  • Chicago yoga business attracts controversy, criticism

    Chicago yoga business attracts controversy, criticism
    Shanna King was intrigued by the idea of a relaxing candlelight yoga class at a small, low-budget studio in Chicago. Looking for more information, King emailed customer service. Owner Joe Young responded but didn't address her questions. So King sent...
  • SeaWorld may wait until June to raise ticket prices

    SeaWorld may wait until June to raise ticket prices
    Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando have already raised ticket prices this year, but SeaWorld Orlando might wait a couple of months before matching them. During a conference call last week to discuss SeaWorld Entertainment Inc.'s fourth-quarter...
  • Reminder: Busch Gardens Fun Card deal expires March 31

    Reminder: Busch Gardens Fun Card deal expires March 31
    In early February, the park announced that visitors could buy a Busch Gardens Fun Card and receive unlimited summer admission to Water Country USA for free. The Fun Card — which costs $72, the price of a single-day admission ticket — must be...
  • Busch Gardens offers Groupon deal

    Busch Gardens offers Groupon deal
    Busch Gardens Williamsburg is offering a half-off discount on single-day admission tickets through Groupon. The deal allows visitors to purchase a single-day admission ticket for $36 for adults or $31 for a child ages 3-9. Regular admission costs $72...
  • Mayor Rahm Emanuel in salesman mode at SXSW

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel in salesman mode at SXSW
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cultural Affairs Commissioner Michelle Boone double-teamed the city of Austin on Tuesday in what was essentially a daylong info-mercial for Chicago as a musical and cultural force. There was an agenda, of course: Cater to the...