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  • Lake Meadow Naturals donates 24 chickens to Grande Lakes Whisper Creek Farm

    Lake Meadow Naturals donates 24 chickens to Grande Lakes Whisper Creek Farm
    Farmer Dale Volkert from Lake Meadow Naturals on Ocoee donated 24 chickens this week to the Whisper Creek Farm at Grande Lakes Orlando. The gift officially brings the resort area's chicken coops to life. Whisper Creek Farm is a 7,000-square-foot fruit...
  • Cauliflower crust and meatball skewers at the new Prufrock Pizzeria

    Cauliflower crust and meatball skewers at the new Prufrock Pizzeria
    Concept: A Neapolitan-style pie shop by food stylist Tobi Martin, Shad Davis (the Federal) and Spaceland Presents' Mitchell Frank and Partners (the guys behind Echoplex, Knitting Factory) in The Regent Theater in downtown L.A. The restaurant is named...
  • Sam Giancana's daughter aims to cash in on gangster's memorabilia

    Sam Giancana's daughter aims to cash in on gangster's memorabilia
    He was one of Sin City’s original gangsters, an international crime boss who liked to brag that he owned Las Vegas, and an unapologetic irritant of Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. Sam Giancana has been dead for decades -- shot execution-style in...
  • Justin Timberlake, Stevie Wonder among draws for Vegas holiday weekend

    Justin Timberlake, Stevie Wonder among draws for Vegas holiday weekend
    The Thanksgiving holiday weekend in Las Vegas tends to be relatively quiet, but there are still plenty of happenings, including college basketball and concerts by Justin Timberlake, Stevie Wonder and Gladys Knight. Last year’s hotel occupancy on...
  • Thanksgiving is almost here. Have you made reservations?

    Thanksgiving is almost here. Have you made reservations?
    Need I explain? Thanksgiving. Places to celebrate. Buffets and plated dishes. Carryout options. Go. Acadia. Contemporary Thanksgiving menu featured 1-7 p.m. Five-course dinner, $75, $125 with optional wine pairings. 1639 S. Wabash Ave., 312-360-9500...
  • Weekend preview: Miami Book Fair turns up the music

    Weekend preview: Miami Book Fair turns up the music
    This may be the weekend when life in South Florida is at its zenith: Not only do we get to blithely dismiss “the polar who-tex?” but we get to throw a little big-city culture around as the world’s great authors gather at the hearth of...
  • Kevin Washington sets agenda for YMCA's national organization

    Kevin Washington sets agenda for YMCA's national organization
    Kevin Washington was the first African-American to lead the YMCA in Boston and Hartford, Conn. — and beginning in February, he will be the first to lead the Chicago-based national organization, known as the YMCA of the USA. "Our diversity...
  • Retail Notebook: Mastino opens in Delray Beach

    Retail Notebook: Mastino opens in Delray Beach
    A roundup of the week's developments in retail. A new Italian restaurant has opened for business in downtown Delray Beach. At 25 NE Second Ave., Mastino serves "Italian soul foods" such as Neopolitan pizzas cooked in an 800-degree Italian brick oven,...
  • Book club: Morowitz, Wexler and Young

    Book club: Morowitz, Wexler and Young
    Our club We are Morowitz, Wexler and Young from Wilmette. Our meetings We try to meet every two weeks on Sunday mornings at Jake Morowitz's house. We loved "Justice as Fairness" and "The Law of Peoples" by John Rawls. These books reflected a...
  • Choose your payment methods wisely for holiday shopping

    With holiday shopping gearing up, a plethora of stressful decisions includes not only what you buy and how much you spend but how you pay. Cash, credit card, debit card, prepaid card, electronic and mobile payment, personal check, layaway, deferred-...
  • Forget mimosas, drink craft beer with your brunch

    Forget mimosas, drink craft beer with your brunch
    In Los Angeles, brunch is a dearly held weekend tradition, and for good reason. A languid pace and cheat-worthy foods that straddle the divide between eggs-and-bacon and soup-and-salad, all alongside boozy beverages served long before the sun gets above...