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  • Patriotic party ideas

    Patriotic party ideas
    A Fourth of July party can be a casual affair. In fact, it's a time to serve a fabulous meal without the fuss of china, elaborate recipes and elegant linens. It's the holiday to bring the fun outside with barbecues, picnics and games. You can set the...
  • Fresh fare

    Fresh fare
    Across the country, markets and roadside stands are swelling with fresh fruits and vegetables like cherries, berries, rhubarb, corn, spinach and more. Eating seasonal fruits and vegetables usually means maximum flavor for minimum cost. Blogger Aggie...
  • Briefly In The News

    Karger holds presidential fundraiser Fred Karger, who has declared himself a Republican candidate for president, is planning a fundraiser at his Laguna Beach home. "I'm the first openly gay presidential candidate in history," Karger said. Karger was...
  • Upgrades make these garages the envy of the neighborhood

    Upgrades make these garages the envy of the neighborhood
    The sign in John Schneider's garage says "Schneider's Biker Bar — Bikes, Beers and Babes." Bikes and beers, yes, said the Shorewood electrician about his five-car castle. "But no babes unless my wife or daughter come in, which they rarely do," he...
  • Recipe: Mac and cheese with soubise

    Recipe: Mac and cheese with soubise
    Mac 'n' cheese with soubise Total time: 1½ hours Servings: 6 Note: Adapted from Michael Ruhlman's "Ruhlman's Twenty." Soubise 1/4 cup (½ stick) butter, divided 1 onion, sliced Kosher salt 1 shallot, roughly chopped 3 tablespoons flour 1 1/2 cups...
  • Community Commentary: Time to raise a stink about ocean sewage

    Anne Earhart's letter ("We can't ignore this global climate change," Sept. 30) adds another important voice to the relationship of ocean pollution, energy efficiency and global climate change. Every day, each of us contributes to a sewage system...
  • Disappointing dishwasher detergents

    Disappointing dishwasher detergents
    Most manufacturers have reformulated their dishwasher detergents after laws limiting phosphates went into effect last year. Now Consumer Reports’ preliminary tests find that some detergents can leave glassware coated with a white film when it’...
  • Mom charged after son dies at 'deplorable' home overrun with animals

    Mom charged after son dies at 'deplorable' home overrun with animals
    The scene was shocking enough when police answered a call at the small brick bungalow in Berwyn. A 14-year-old boy, severely mentally disabled, wearing only a T-shirt, lying in the backyard and not breathing. As he was rushed to a hospital, where he was...
  • Speaker maker Polk getting into the headphone business

    Speaker maker Polk getting into the headphone business
    After nearly 40 years in the speaker business, Polk Audio is following music listeners from their living rooms and cars to their smart phones and their MP3 players. The Baltimore company is moving outside its comfort zone — speakers for home stereo...
  • Market-fresh lunch hours

    Market-fresh lunch hours
    Maybe you've been a farmers market regular all summer, stopping en route to work to pick up some beautiful fruit to go with your lunchtime yogurt—or stopping by at lunch for some terrific bread to go with the peanut butter you keep tucked in a...
  • How long is your lunch safe?

    How long is your lunch safe?
    You've forgotten meetings and computer passwords. Join the club. Occasionally, you've even forgotten until 2 in the afternoon that your lunch has been sitting on your desk since 8:30 a.m. Is it still safe to eat? "That depends on what the sandwich is...