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  • Providence will close briefly for redesign to accompany updated menu

    Providence will close briefly for redesign to accompany updated menu
    Providence, Michael Cimarusti's celebrated seafood-centric restaurant in Los Angeles, has announced it will close briefly May 19 and reopen May 28 after a full redesign.   Providence has been listed as the No. 1 restaurant in Los Angeles by Times...
  • Go Away With ... Justin Roberts

    Go Away With ... Justin Roberts
    Justin Roberts doesn't think it's all that unusual that he went from being a Montessori preschool teacher to a Grammy-nominated musician. The Chicago-based singer-songwriter wrote intelligent, catchy songs to sing to his young students. Roberts has...
  • 'A Christmas Story: The Musical' Captures Silliness, Warmth Of The Film

    'A Christmas Story: The Musical' Captures Silliness, Warmth Of The Film
    The show: "A Christmas Story: The Musical" at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Hartford. What makes it special?: Musical adaptation of classic 1983 holiday film. First impressions: All the iconic scenes are there: a kid's tongue sticking...
  • Hotel ultimate in green luxury

    Hotel ultimate in green luxury
    The understated but ultra-contemporary Bardessono Hotel in Yountville, Calif., combines exceptional amenities with impressive personal service. This boutique hotel is as "green" as it is luxurious: With geothermal heating and solar panels, it uses...
  • Burgundy, France's golden slope

    Burgundy, France's golden slope
    If a jug of wine and loaf of bread does it for you, stay put. On the other hand, if you crave life's full pleasures — the best of the best wines, the most luscious breads to accompany a wealth of assorted gourmet delights — head to Burgundy,...
  • The ultimate fast food in Spain

     The ultimate fast food in Spain
    In this glitzy seaside resort town in Basque country, locals in black berets mingle with tourists along the narrow stone streets edged by the gleaming Bay of La Concha, just 12 miles from France. You know it's a mecca for foodies because there are...
  • The map vs. the GPS when traveling

    Regarding "What's the Best Way to Go, Map or GPS?" [On the Spot, by Catharine Hamm, Feb. 2]: I think the best answer is, "Both!" Except for a road map of the entire island of Ireland, which appeared to have every highway, street and lane, even the...
  • Map or GPS? It all depends

     Map or GPS? It all depends
    Question: When we were in Britain a couple of years ago, we got a great spiral-bound map book, about 12 by 14 inches, that was large scale. It was easy to find back roads. We will be in Italy for our 25th wedding anniversary, and I cannot find a large-...
  • Valentine's Day travel: Hotel recommendations in California, abroad

    Valentine's Day approaches. Whether you can make it across town or across the ocean, here are some romantic recommendations for every budget. Close to home Hotel Indigo, Santa Barbara For an affordable, hip escape, try Hotel Indigo in the heart of...
  • In Northern Spain, linger in La Rioja

    HARO, Spain — Given the hours spent oozing along roads in L.A., you’d think my ideal vacation would not include driving. Zooming around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris? Dodging Fiats and Ferraris in Rome? Not for me. But tooling down...
  • Dining in 2013: Happy surprises, big losses

    Dining in 2013: Happy surprises, big losses
    The highs in Chicago dining this year put our city on top of the world, while the lows were unbearably sad. In between was news with a common thread: to put good food in front of Chicagoans. Here, now, our look back at the food year that was. Sad...