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  • After early successes, Apple Pay will soon confront holiday shopping bonanza

    CUPERTINO, Calif. Apple Pay hasn't made the wallet obsolete just yet. But since launching its mobile payments system, Apple has deftly sidestepped problems that flummoxed other tech giants, delivering a smooth experience at the register and steadily...
  • Blotter: Man accused of using electronic device while driving in Deerfield

    Blotter: Man accused of using electronic device while driving in Deerfield
    The following were taken from Deerfield police reports. A Zion man, 25, was charged with driving while using an electronic device and also driving a suspended license near Deerfield Road and Appletree Lane at 9:24 a.m. on Nov. 19. A Hanover Park...
  • Blotter: Cash missing from Hinsdale patient's room

    Blotter: Cash missing from Hinsdale patient's room
    The following information was taken from Hinsdale police reports: Cash in the amount of $40 was reported missing from a patient's room in the 600 block of West Ogden Avenue Nov. 15. A woman attempted to pay for groceries with a counterfeit $100 bill...
  • Recall Issued For Apple Tart Sold At Glastonbury, West Hartford Whole Foods

    Recall Issued For Apple Tart Sold At Glastonbury, West Hartford Whole Foods
    A recall has been issued for apples that were sold at the Whole Foods Markets in Glastonbury and West Hartford, according to the Food and Drug Administration. The product was labeled as "Tarte Aux Pomme 10in," the FDA said. It contained almonds but...
  • Ready-to-eat popcorn sales popping

     Ready-to-eat popcorn sales popping
    Popcorn company executive Alan Petrik knows on which side his business is buttered — think flavor combos that go far beyond the classic Chicago favorite of cheese and caramel corn. "People are being very particular about their flavors and profiles...
  • Classes offer chance to create gingerbread sweets

     Classes offer chance to create gingerbread sweets
    Classes offer chance to create gingerbread sweets The sweet and spicy blend of ginger and molasses is home for the holidays. The seasonal favorite has returned in the form of creative cottages, miniature people and more, pleasing taste buds and bringing...
  • Eat whole foods for a healthier, leaner body

    Mary Hurley currently works as a certified holistic health coach and personal trainer. But in a former life, she was an administrator in the performing arts, "so I am used to trying to have healthy foods on a crazy, busy schedule," said Hurley. Her...
  • Hungry BWI travelers can sample these plates at the gate

    Hungry BWI travelers can sample these plates at the gate
    If you want to try the Triple Delight roll at Gachi House of Sushi, the crab frittata at Obrycki's or the Latin specialties at Zona Cocina, you'll have to buy a plane ticket. These eateries, which only exist at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, are in post-...
  • Recipe: Casablanca Cafe's Chili dusted sea scallops

    Recipe: Casablanca Cafe's Chili dusted sea scallops
    Shichima togarashi spice mix, also known as seven spice powder, is often used in Japanese cooking. It combines chiles, dried orange peel, Sichuan peppercorns, white and black sesame seeds, dried ginger and seaweed. Look for it at Whole Foods, Asian...
  • Entrepreneurs Find Fresh Cocktail Mixes RIPE For The Picking

    Entrepreneurs Find Fresh Cocktail Mixes RIPE For The Picking
    Friends since the age of 5, Michel Boissy and Ryan Guimond grew up together in Wallingford. The two founded their company, Freshbev Craft Juicery, in 2009 after coming to the conclusion that there were no completely fresh and natural cocktail mixes...
  • Developer hopes Malibu cemetery plan won't rile slow-growth activists

     Developer hopes Malibu cemetery plan won't rile slow-growth activists
    Developer Richard Weintraub tried for years to push through a plan to build a resort-style hotel on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, only to face push-back from the notoriously slow-growth enclave. Now he's proposing an alternative that is more Eagles'...