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  • Man About Town: Drinking in Swallow's Inn in San Juan Capistrano

    Man About Town: Drinking in Swallow's Inn in San Juan Capistrano
    I'm on my way down to lower Orange County in our old minivan, the Honey Fitz. It's bleeding power steering fluid, but other than that the Honey Fitz is charging out of the barn, three of the four cylinders firing in sequence, the other a virtual wooden...
  • Beatrix's creative catchall in hotel setting

    Beatrix's creative catchall in hotel setting
    Coherence is overrated. That's the conclusion I draw from Beatrix, an agreeable hodgepodge of a restaurant that opened six months ago in River North and has been doing brisk business ever since. Focus? Fuggedaboutit. This Lettuce Entertain You...
  • Three stars for The Lobby

    Three stars for The Lobby
    One great thing about a hotel restaurant named The Lobby is that it's easy to find. The great thing about this particular Lobby, the soaring space inside the Peninsula Chicago Hotel, is that Lee Wolen, brought on as chef de cuisine last year, has turned...
  • Newton: Left-right tension under Greuel's tent

    Newton: Left-right tension under Greuel's tent
    Controller Wendy Greuel pulled off a surprising coup last week when she secured the endorsement of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor despite an acknowledgment by many labor leaders that they feel closer philosophically to her opponent, Councilman...
  • A suicide, an angry protest, and a nation in agony

    A suicide, an angry protest, and a nation in agony
    — The old man, reportedly ill with cancer and exhausted by the agony devouring Greece, just couldn't take it anymore. His name was Dimitris. And so he walked out Wednesday morning onto the beautiful and peaceful Syntagma Square across the street...
  • The Mission Inn in Howey-in-the Hills: Prime road-trip fare

    The Mission Inn in Howey-in-the Hills: Prime road-trip fare
    Regular readers of this column know that dining is a prime motivation in plotting the road trips that inspire these Florida postcards. Whether it's crab-cake sandwiches at the Baltimore Orioles spring-training stadium in Sarasota or smoked mullet at the...
  • Yeehaw Junction's Desert Inn still reflects its history

    Yeehaw Junction's Desert Inn still reflects its history
    What's in a name? Consider the origins of Yeehaw Junction, an unincorporated rural community in southern Osceola County that boasts one of Florida's iconic roadside attractions. Even for longtime Floridians, the Yeehaw Junction exit on Florida's...
  • A bird's-eye view of Cedar Key

    A bird's-eye view of Cedar Key
    A remarkable bird is the pelican; his beak can hold more than his belly can. Standing two feet away from a gorgeous brown pelican perched on a piling on the fishing pier in Cedar Key (cedarkey.org), I wished that something more meaningful would have...
  • St. Pete beckons for summer fun

    St. Pete beckons for summer fun
    The potential of oil washing ashore on Gulf Coast beaches has made this a difficult summer for the tourism folks on Florida's Gulf Coast. Yet the resourceful tourism folks in St. Petersburg are doing an admirable job of making the best of it. The...
  • From Key West to Amelia Island, Florida has haunted destinations

    From Key West to Amelia Island, Florida has haunted destinations
    It's the season for ghost hunting and there are numerous destinations that offer potential encounters with departed souls. Put these haunted stops on your itinerary, if the spirit moves you. The Florida House Inn, Fernandina Beach (floridahouseinn....
  • America's grand front yard

     America's grand front yard
    GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — My cabin was the ultimate in location, location, location. Don't misunderstand; it was a perfectly pleasant little cabin, if not a bit small (some might say cozy), with log walls, matching wood furniture and a...