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  • Olympic Park unveils plans for the future

    Olympic Park unveils plans for the future
    Hosting the Olympics is quite a task for any city. Accommodating hundreds of thousands is something that'd leave even Martha Stewart shaking in her perfectly pleated pants. So, what's a city to do when the visitors clear, the smell of sweaty athletes...
  • Eddie Murray settles charges in insider trading probe

    Eddie Murray settles charges in insider trading probe
    Orioles Hall-of-Famer Eddie Murray has agreed to pay $358,151 to settle charges that he illegally profited from an insider trading scheme involving former teammate Doug DeCinces, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Friday. Murray, who...
  • Cookbooks on '88 books that shaped America' list from Library of Congress

    Cookbooks on '88 books that shaped America' list from Library of Congress
    A just-released list from the Library of Congress salutes 88 books that shaped America, all by American authors. It starts with Mark Twain's "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and continues alphabetically on through "Beloved" by Toni Morrison, "Common...
  • Alexis Stewart, Martha Stewart's daughter, bashes mom in new book

    Alexis Stewart, Martha Stewart's daughter, bashes mom in new book
    Alexis Stewart, daughter of domestic goddess Martha Stewart, says life growing up with mom was far from idyllic. In a new book, Stewart's daughter details alleged privations and how she was affected by her mother's neuroses for perfection. "Whateverland:...
  • Ten @ 10: Food for the Fourth

    Ten @ 10: Food for the Fourth
    Monday is the 4th of July and folks will be celebrating with lots of food, plenty of cold drinks and an arsenal of fireworks to let scream across the sky. These days, thanks to supermarkets and restaurants that never seem to close, one can pull together...
  • Everyday Food's special issue? Lovin' the tips

    Everyday Food's special issue? Lovin' the tips
    I have always enjoyed Everyday Food, the mini mag with quick and delicious recipes from Martha Stewart's team. So when a special summer issue (its first full-sized version) arrived, we made a quick skim through, folding down the corners on pages with a...
  • 5 books for Blackhawks hockey fans

    5 books for Blackhawks hockey fans
    Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup fever has settled over the city. Here are books for the NHL hockey fan's nightstand: "Tropic of Hockey: My Search for the Game in Unlikely Places" By Dave Bidini The Lyons Press, 312 pages$24.95 After opting to watch...
  • Time management

    Time management
    1 Start smart: Dive into the day with a super healthy, super delicious breakfast. How about the Apple and Cheddar Tartine, a la Real Simple magazine? Split a baguette lengthwise, then crosswise (extra points for whole grain); broil until lightly toasted,...
  • Do-it-yourself holiday gifts

    Do-it-yourself holiday gifts
    he sight of frosty ornaments in malls before Halloween might send a shiver up spines. So should waiting till after Halloween to contemplate a cozy do-it-yourself gift for the December holidays. If you want to handcraft something special for someone...
  • Gifts that'll keep you on the guest list

    Gifts that'll keep you on the guest list
    Some people are just natural hosts. Then there are the rest of us. We yearn to be invited to somebody else's house for holiday dinners and parties and weekends and pretty much anything. And to be invited back again — and again. While there's an...
  • Is it farther or further?

    Is it farther or further?
    If alarmist trend stories are to be believed, we'll all be sitting around the Thanksgiving table texting and tweeting and otherwise ignoring each other. In which case, proper grammar — and civility — take a holiday this week. But if you...