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  • Corporations Only Doing What's Best For Them

    Barack Obama, presiding over an unusually dismal post-recession economy, might make matters worse with a distracting crusade against the minor and sensible business practice called "inversion," more about which anon. So, consider his credentials as an...
  • L2O hosts dinner with guest chef Christian Bau

    L2O hosts dinner with guest chef Christian Bau
    You've never heard of chef Christian Bau, but the German chef, who heads up intimate, 34-seat Restaurant Schloss Berg in Perl Nennig (close to the French border), has held the maximum three-star rating from the Michelin Guide since 2005. And he's coming...
  • 'The Hundred-Foot Journey' follows its recipe to the letter

    'The Hundred-Foot Journey' follows its recipe to the letter
    Unhurried and unworried, "The Hundred-Foot Journey" runs with the genial precision of the well-oiled machine. A sweet and unapologetic fairy tale for adults, its story of cuisines and cultures in conflict has been polished to such a high sheen it's hard...
  • 'The Americans' Star Matthew Rhys Boards Bradley Cooper's Chef Movie

    "The Americans" actor Matthew Rhys has joined Bradley Cooper's chef drama, formerly titled "Adam Jones," for The Weinstein Company. Principal photography started last month in New Orleans, then shifted to London from July 27 to Sept. 26. Cast includes...
  • Social Media Buzz: Marvel's 'Guardians' Face Off Against Return of the 'Ninja Turtles'

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? We analyzed this weekend's new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the...
  • Om Puri's Long 'Journey'

    "Fat noses have no place in the Hindi film industry," Om Puri is fond of saying. "But it is not so in the West -- otherwise Anthony Quinn would have never been an actor." Puri certainly nose -- make that knows -- of what he speaks. When he was starting...
  • No major incidents reported Saturday at Moonrise Festival

    No major incidents reported Saturday at Moonrise Festival
    In the wake of recent deaths linked to electronic dance music events, attendees at Baltimore's first Moonrise Festival said the shows themselves should not be made a scapegoat. Police and fire officials reported no major incidents Saturday at the...
  • Anthony Bourdain Breaks Down Cinema History for 'Parts'

    It's been well over a decade since Anthony Bourdain, former executive chef of Manhattan's Les Halles and author of bestselling memoir "Kitchen Confidential," became a TV star. With his Travel Channel series "No Reservations" and "The Layover," Food...
  • Tete Charcuterie: A new cuisine born of old ideas

    Tete Charcuterie: A new cuisine born of old ideas
    Tete Charcuterie, as the name suggests, is the four-month-old West Loop restaurant that specializes in grinding meats and reassembling them into tubular/loaf form. From this kitchen comes two of my favorite dishes I've tasted all year, but both take a...
  • Scouting report: Tunisian briks and a Marilyn Monroe tribute at The Briks

    Scouting report: Tunisian <i>briks</i> and a Marilyn Monroe tribute at The Briks
    Name of restaurant: The Briks Concept: The menu is a melting pot of North African, Indian, Spanish, Middle Eastern and Mexican flavors, heavily influenced by chef Mario Christerna's time spent working at Martin Berasategui's Michelin-star restaurant...
  • Star chefs lay it on the table at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

    Star chefs lay it on the table at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
    You can thank Wolfgang Puck. The era of good casino dining is generally traced back to 1992, when the Los Angeles-based chef opened a version of his famed Hollywood restaurant, Spago, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. From then on, you didn't have to...