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  • Hospital brings local coffeemaker to train station

    Hospital brings local coffeemaker to train station
    When the SunRail station at Florida Hospital opens on April 3, there will be a grand opening ceremony that the public is invited to attend, for anyone who wants to get an early glimpse of the new station. There will also be something else available:...
  • 4.4 Los Angeles earthquake was 900 times weaker than Northridge

    4.4 Los Angeles earthquake was 900 times weaker than Northridge
    The magnitude 4.4 earthquake that hit near Westwood on Monday morning was 900 times weaker than the 6.7 Northridge earthquake in 1994 and lasted only a fraction of a second, Caltech seismologist Egill Hauksson said. The Northridge quake killed 57 people...
  • Geneva, Batavia police blotter: March 17

    Geneva, Batavia police blotter: March 17
    The following items were gathered from police reports: Geneva •A debit card was stolen from a wallet later found on the floor of Starbucks, 229 W. State St., around 5 p.m. March 7. •A 24-year-old Geneva man was charged with driving under...
  • New retail development proposed in Northbrook

     New retail development proposed in Northbrook
    The developers of two proposed buildings near the Northbrook-Glenview border hope to lure a grocer, a coffee shop and a fast-food restaurant. Northbrook trustees recently considered a preliminary plan for about 43,000 square feet of retail space at...
  • After divorce, a mother needs a financial overhaul and more income

    Adina Jones has spent years immersed in logistics such as financial tracking, transportation organization, nutritional direction and healthcare supervision. In other words, Jones is a mom. And until shortly before her 14-year marriage ended last year,...
  • Glendale police seek alleged cellphone thief

    A 21-year-old Glendale woman fought off a man who tried to steal her cellphone Wednesday outside a Starbucks coffee shop, police said. She was seated with her friend in the coffee shop’s patio area about 7:40 p.m. in the 900 block of South...
  • Energy drinks can kill [Letter]

    Energy drinks can kill [Letter]
    Michelle Minton's commentary on Maryland's reasonable bill to stop stores from selling energy drinks to minors is misleading on a key point ("No one cards at Starbucks," Feb. 26). She's simply wrong to claim that the Food and Drug Administration has...
  • Starbucks Corp. ends status as exclusive premium brand for Keurig

    Keurig Green Mountain Inc. has struck a series of deals that will increase the kinds of company-approved coffee and tea that K-cup loving customers can buy. In one such deal, Seattle-based coffee giant Starbucks Corp. said Friday that it had agreed to...
  • Creating countries from food: Noodles for China, tomatoes for Italy

    Creating countries from food: Noodles for China, tomatoes for Italy
    Cartography never looked or tasted so good. Artists Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves have created a series of food maps inspired by their love of food and passion for travel. Each map is made up of food that represents that country or continent. "In...
  • Fine Lines

     
    As I read over their fuming, nasty, sarcastic, anti-Semitic answers that made up this Greek chorus of complaint, seeing the view offered by the soda straw they peer through, what stood out was their anger and anxiety. To a man.......
  • Painfully mediocre coffee -- for only $50 a pound!

    Much about the art and science of the consumer market is mysterious, but nothing's stranger than the seeming popularity of those coffee-pod brewing contraptions sold under brand names such as Keurig.  Here's what's strange about them: First --...