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  • 4 west suburban towns anticipate new developments

    4 west suburban towns anticipate new developments
    Several long-awaited developments in Darien, Willowbrook, Woodridge and Burr Ridge are expected this year. In Darien, a new strip mall is under construction near 75th Street and Cass Avenue, and will include a park area adjacent to the mall with a 30-...
  • Letter: Gabel-Luddy defeat would send message

    If Burbank residents are outraged regarding City Council’s approval of the massive (and intrusive) Talaria project in the Media District, the upcoming municipal election is the appropriate time to express displeasure by ensuring that Councilwoman...
  • 'America's first karaoke bar' Dimples to sing itself out

    'America's first karaoke bar' Dimples to sing itself out
    Sunshine Kriegsman came out to Dimples in Burbank Thursday night to bring her marriage “full circle.” “I had my bachelorette party here and [I’m having] my divorce party here,” Kriegsman said, not long after she and some...
  • Coupons: $25 off $25 at JC Penney, $10 off at Old Navy, $10 off Visa gift cards

    Coupons: $25 off $25 at JC Penney, $10 off at Old Navy, $10 off Visa gift cards
    If you're holiday shopping (there's only 4 shopping days left!) on this Super Saturday, I've got a sleigh full of savings for you. First, save $10 at JC Penney and snag a $25 off $25 purchase coupon with gift card purchase. Also, save $10 on Visa gift...
  • Ideologically pure Christmas carols, perfect for the holidays

     Ideologically pure Christmas carols, perfect for the holidays
    Christmas — or "the holidays," as it's called by people who watch MSNBC — brings families together to celebrate all they have in common while arguing noisily about all that sets them apart. Of all the yuletide dividers, none is more powerful...
  • Diplomatic, and familial, ties to Cuba

    Diplomatic, and familial, ties to Cuba
    There would be roast pork, black beans and rice, yucca and flan at Eva Queral Fiastro's annual holiday dinner for her large Cuban-American family this weekend, as always. But this year, there will be an even bigger helping of news to digest: President...
  • Whole Foods moving in Willowbrook

    Whole Foods moving in Willowbrook
    Whole Foods Market is remodeling a former Dominick's store in Willowbrook and expects to open late in 2015. Allison Phelps, a spokeswoman for Whole Foods Market, said the 50,000-square-foot store at 63rd Street and Illinois Route 83 is larger than the...
  • Produce industry promises to improve Mexican farmworker conditions

    Produce industry promises to improve Mexican farmworker conditions
    Produce industry officials on both sides of the border say they are launching an effort to ensure that workers at thousands of Mexican farms that export fruit and vegetables to the United States have safe and sanitary housing, decent wages and access to...
  • Apple Pay rolling out at Disney World this week

    Apple Pay rolling out at Disney World this week
    Apple Pay and other "contactless payment" services are being introduced at Walt Disney World this week. A three-day rollout is scheduled to be complete by Wednesday, a Disney World spokeswoman said Monday. This initial phase will cover ticketing,...
  • Caves Valley set to open review process for $350 million Towson Row

    Caves Valley set to open review process for $350 million Towson Row
    Towson Row, a $350 million mixed-use project proposed for the heart of Towson's York Road corridor, is scheduled to take its first step Tuesday in Baltimore County's development approval process. The roughly 1 million-square-foot project — a...
  • Who picked your tomatoes? Look closely at the global supply chain

    Who picked your tomatoes? Look closely at the global supply chain
    Produce imported from Mexico is safe and attractive for a reason: U.S. laws dictate the cleanliness of farms, while supermarket produce managers demand an unblemished product. So no need to worry about the condition of your tomatoes. They're perfect. It's...