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  • Colonial Realty's Founders Bilked Nearly 7,000 Investors

    Colonial Realty's Founders Bilked Nearly 7,000 Investors
    Bernard Madoff's investor fraud took the Ponzi scheme to a new level, but it wasn't so long ago that Connecticut had its own infamous fraud case tied to some of Hartford's most well-known real estate: Colonial Realty Co. And in the two decades since...
  • New York's Palace Hotel Offers Royal Treatment

    The New York Palace Hotel is looking better than ever following a $140 million, 18-month renovation project that modernized the iconic Midtown Manhattan fixture. The remodel boasts features like the exclusive, lavish accommodations of the Towers, a new...
  • Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias

    Owner of briefly shut down River North restaurant claims racial bias
    Theodore Gilmore stood on a raised stage at the front of the Nouveau Tavern that he helps his best friend run, and gave a speech to mostly African-American employees after the River North restaurant and tavern was abruptly shut down by Chicago Police last...
  • Charleston visit evokes mixed emotions

    Mixed views on Charleston I'm glad Alice Short highlighted the most troubling aspect of visiting Charleston, S.C., in her cover article ["In a New Light," April 13]. What is on the surface one of America's finest historic towns was built and...
  • Rusty Spoon's chef-owner Kathleen Blake heading to James Beard Foundation's Boot Camp

    Rusty Spoon's chef-owner Kathleen Blake heading to James Beard Foundation's Boot Camp
    Rusty Spoon's Kathleen Blake is among more than a dozen chefs from around the country who will convene for the James Beard Foundation fourth Chefs Boot Camp for Policy & Change at Costanoa Lodge in Pescadero, Calif., from April 27-30, for a multi-...
  • L.A. should be more selective with hotel tax breaks, some say

    L.A. should be more selective with hotel tax breaks, some say
    Nearly a decade ago, lawmakers in Los Angeles took an aggressive step to boost the city's languishing Convention Center, granting tens of millions of dollars in tax breaks to spark construction of a 54-story hotel nearby. The strategy worked, bringing...
  • For branding, many places adopt signature scents

    For branding, many places adopt signature scents
    Between the bouncy music and the stacks of colorful jeans, visitors to the Benetton store on Chicago's Michigan Avenue might catch a whiff of a growing marketing trend. Mounted high in the corner beside the store entrance, a scent diffuser, installed in...
  • For 6 L.A. runners, memory of Boston Marathon bombing is all too fresh

    For 6 L.A. runners, memory of Boston Marathon bombing is all too fresh
    As the first bomb erupted on the sidewalk along Boylston Street at 2:49 p.m. last April, the concussion rippled through Phil Kent's chemotherapy-weakened body. Jennifer Hartman and Renee Opell dug their fingernails into his arms as they froze a half-...
  • Great Wolf Lodge offers day passes for fundraiser

    Great Wolf Lodge offers day passes for fundraiser
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Virginia Peninsula is hosting its annual spring fundraiser, offering $20 day passes to Great Wolf Lodge water park and resort in Williamsburg. During the sale, locals can purchase a day pass to the water park...
  • Coconut Creek's first hotel set to open June 2

    Construction workers Friday were busy putting together some of the final pieces to Coconut Creek's first hotel set to open in late spring. From smoothing off the concrete flooring of the lobby's breakfast room to assembling wooden bed frames in rooms...
  • A year later, Los Angeles trio crosses Boston Marathon finish line

    A year later, Los Angeles trio crosses Boston Marathon finish line
    BOSTON — Two blocks from the Boston Marathon finish line, Phil Kent stopped and fell to his knees on the warm pavement. Clutching an American flag in his right hand, the Chatsworth man faced the sidewalk where the second bomb detonated last year...