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  • Selection, volume impress Evanston group in Valli supermarket tour

    Selection, volume impress Evanston group in Valli supermarket tour
    Evanston residents initially worried about the area around Dempster Street and Dodge Avenue turning into a food desert after the Dominick's store pulled out stakes last year. Those worries were easily shelved for members of a city group who took up the...
  • Winter Celebration draws a crowd to Deerfield

    Deerfield threw a party for its citizens and hundreds showed up. Horse-drawn hay rides, a free dinner served by village officials, shopping and a visit with Santa Claus and more were all part of Deerfield’s annual Winter Celebration Dec. 6-7...
  • New Whole Foods in Willowbrook promises upscale experience

    With a new Whole Foods Market patterned after the chain’s flagship location in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, Willowbrook may well become the go-to suburb for an upscale supermarket and dining experience in late summer. The...
  • Woodstock baker inks deal with Whole Foods Market

    Woodstock baker inks deal with Whole Foods Market
    When Bill Beausoleil needed an English muffin recipe for a breakfast menu back in 1995, he came up with a beauty. Taking a sourdough formula and tweaking it until the dough was slack, he came up with a vegan recipe that has brought him a healthy...
  • 'Empty Bowls' events help to fill bellies of Palm Beach residents

    What's happening: Empty Bowls Mark your calendar: Feb. 13 and Feb 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Feb 13 at Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, 141 S. County Road, Palm Beach; Feb. 14 at West Palm Beach GreenMarket, 401 Clematis St., West Palm...
  • New store roundup: New spots to shop open on the Peninsula

    Retailers both large and small moved onto the Peninsula in 2014, offering shoppers a variety of new spots to shop. Here's a look at the new stores. Mutherockers Music Boutique, a locally owned music store, opened in York County in December....
  • Try these simple steps to beat rising food costs

    The Kiplinger Agriculture Letter expects food prices across the board to increase 2.5 percent in 2015. However, there are ways to keep the cost of groceries under control. Follow these steps to keep your food bills under control: 1. Stock up during...
  • On the Town: Soroptimists seek to raise awareness on trafficking

    On the Town: Soroptimists seek to raise awareness on trafficking
    “Human Trafficking 101” was the controversial subject addressed at the Glendale Soroptimists’ buffet luncheon last Thursday. In the past, the topic was confined to members only, but Soroptimist President Paula Devine believed the issue...
  • Lawsuit alleges Wegmans' bread not fresh

    Lawsuit alleges Wegmans' bread not fresh
    New Jersey consumers are taking Wegmans and Whole Foods to court because they are fed up with claims that the grocers' "made-in-house" bread is actually made from scratch on-site. NJ.com reports that "a group of New Jersey consumers has gone to court...
  • Vaccine deniers stick together, and now they're ruining things for everyone: commentary

    Vaccine deniers stick together, and now they're ruining things for everyone: commentary
    The rash of measles cases that started in Disneyland last month has now become one of the worst outbreaks of the diseases in California in the past 15 years. What started with a handful of cases has now grown to 62 confirmed cases across the state —...
  • Gay blood is the best blood

    Gay blood is the best blood
    Ring the LGBT community center bells and uncork the poppers! Did you hear? Gay men can donate blood now! After decades of being prohibited from donating by the Food and Drug Administration under a discriminatory “lifetime deferral” clause, the...