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  • National Pancake Day deals

    National Pancake Day deals
    Happy Paczki Day, Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras, or as it's known by the frugal, National Pancake Day 2011, aka IHOP Free Pancake Day. You won't be giving up bargain shopping for lent, will you? Just in case, here's a double helping of deals: - That's right, ...
  • Food costs eat into DineEquity's profits

    Glendale-based DineEquity Inc., the parent of the IHOP and Applebee’s restaurants, on Thursday reported a continued drop in the number of customers at both chains and warned that the rising price of food staples may make for a challenging 2011....
  • Businesses need to turn down the music

    Are there any local businesses that do not have rock music blaring? We hear it at Ralphs, Rite-Aid, Kmart, PetSmart, Payless Shoes, IHOP, Shakey's, Taco Bell, Pinkberry, Chase bank, Hometown Buffet and many other stores. Often we have to ask the...
  • Fat Tuesday freebies and deals in Chicago

    Fat Tuesday freebies and deals in Chicago
    Last Tuesday I reported that it was Fat Tuesday, Paczki Day and IHOP Free Pancake Day. Well, I was right about one of those things. I'm frankly kind of hurt that none of you emailed the Frugalista to let me know that I was one week early. But to show...
  • Book calendar events for the week of March 13, 2011

    Words & Ideas Compiled by Grace Krilanovich. SUNDAY 826LA Adult Writing Seminar Series: TV Writing: A series of panel discussions featuring industry professionals will cover multiple aspects of writing for television. Panelists include Emily Cutler,...
  • Shopping: Palm Springs and Palm Desert

    Shopping: Palm Springs and Palm Desert
    There may be no better time to escape the city for a sun-drenched jaunt to the desert than spring. Flowers are blooming, temperatures are moderate, and music and art beckon with two major festivals — the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival...
  • Irreverence, wit at heart of author's work

    Irreverence, wit at heart of author's work
    In 1973, Joan Baehler had graduated from Oak Park and River Forest High School and was working as a waitress when she entered "Lima Bean Blues" in the Chicago Tribune Magazine's first and only Fruit and Vegetable Poetry Contest. She won second prize -...
  • 'The Hangover: Part II' review: Similar yet different in all the right ways

    'The Hangover: Part II' review: Similar yet different in all the right ways
    *** (out of four) What, like you’ve never made the same mistake twice? In Thailand for uptight Stu’s (Ed Helms) wedding to Lauren (Jamie Chung, who’s part Korean, not Thai), charismatic Phil (Bradley Cooper), insecure savant Alan...
  • A letter from Jeremy Osso

    A letter from Jeremy Osso
    Five years ago I was offered a chance to take on my dream job as the head football coach at Costa Mesa High School. I took over a program that had just come off back-to-back 1-9 seasons and had seen four coaches in as many years. I once heard a radio...
  • Worthwhile wagers outside the Big Game

    It’s that time of year. The greatest non-holiday in this country’s history happens Sunday. The Big Game. The Super Bowl! The game-of-games means that billions of dollars will be spent on office pools where often the most puritanical...
  • The Review: A-Frame

    The Review: A-Frame
    In late 2008, Roy Choi and his buddy and partner Mark Manguera dreamed up the Kogi Korean BBQ truck and harnessed Twitter to send out a block-by-block account of the truck's whereabouts. Kogi's short-rib tacos and kimchi quesadillas went viral, the truck'...