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  • Ford Concept Makes Fusion As Light As a Fiesta

     
    Starting earlier this year with the 2015 F-150 and continuing this week with the announcement of a new concept car, Ford is working to be a heavyweight in the realm of "light-weighting." The Ford Lightweight Concept follows in the footsteps......
  • 15 displaced by Palatine fire

    15 displaced by Palatine fire
    A condominium building fire in northwest suburban Palatine this morning gutted three apartments and displaced 15 people, officials said. Firefighters were called to the three-story building in the 1400 block of Winslowe Drive about 8:10 a.m. when people...
  • Blasting fast-forward, behind the scenes at ICE!

    Blasting fast-forward, behind the scenes at ICE!
    The transition from nearly 90 degrees to 9 degrees is a dramatic instant-climate change for guests visiting the annual ICE! show at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee. Fortunately, the team from ICE! provides a heavy winter coat to all visitors to...
  • National Chocolate Day: The best way to get chocolate wasted!

    National Chocolate Day: The best way to get chocolate wasted!
    Today is National Chocolate Day and to celebrate, we're giving you one ridiculously scrumptious way to get chocolate wasted. (And by chocolate wasted, we mean a way to get your chocolate fix and get really drunk on a fabulous cocktail too. Just make...
  • Crepes, Sriracha aioli, boeuf bourguignon at Chez Antoine in Highland Park

    Crepes, Sriracha aioli, boeuf bourguignon at Chez Antoine in Highland Park
    New French cafe and creperie Chez Antoine is now open in Highland Park, sandwiched between a bike shop and a vacant storefront. Edith Piaf's "La Vie En Rose" can be heard above the chatter of Eastside hipsters sitting on the small outdoor patio. In...
  • Chef of the Moment: Hans Rockenwagner gets spicy

    Chef of the Moment: Hans Rockenwagner gets spicy
    Hans Röckenwagner is chef-owner of 3 Square Café and Röckenwagner Bakery as well as the planned Café Röckenwagner, set to open in Brentwood in January. Röckenwagner grew up in southern Germany and has cooked in Germany, France, Switzerland, Chicago and...
  • Recipe: Seven-Layer Soda Pop Rocks Cake

    Recipe: Seven-Layer Soda Pop Rocks Cake
    Seven-layer soda pop rocks cake 2 hours. Serves 20 to 30 4 (16.25-ounce) boxes white cake mix (enough for 8 cake layers) 5 cups 7-Up or similar soda, divided, to substitute for the water in the cake mix 1 1/3 cups vegetable oil, divided, or as...
  • Sandless in the Caribbean

     Sandless in the Caribbean
    SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — During four days in the historic heart of the Dominican capital, I saw men gather every afternoon in the central square to play dominoes, usually ringed by crowds of onlookers. I saw four women park beside the...
  • Letters: State of the nation's bridges

    Re "Bridge repair funds come up short," Sept. 4 While The Times does a great job of capturing the daunting funding shortfalls facing our nation's infrastructure, some of the alarmist rhetoric is wholly misinformed. Yes, our nation's infrastructure is in...
  • White House sounds another climate change warning, gives shout out to Broward's Kristin Jacobs

    White House sounds another climate change warning, gives shout out to Broward's Kristin Jacobs
    The Obama administration's issue of the day Tuesday is climate change. Efforts include bringing in selected weathercasters from around the country, including John Morales from Miami's WTVJ-Ch. 6, to broadcast about the issue. And the administration...
  • Broward fires company working on Main Library

    Broward County's majestic Main Library in downtown Fort Lauderdale should have been free by now of blue tarps, plywood and power tools. But the ribbon cutting that should have come in July -- marking an end to eight years of renovations since...