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  • A pair of truffle dinners and a truffle festival

    A pair of truffle dinners and a truffle festival
    Now that we’re heading full tilt into truffle season, here are a few more places where you can get your truffle hits until the truffles run out. At Aussie chef Curtis Stone’s 25-seat Maude in Beverly Hills, November’s tasting menu is...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Hunter sight-ins The Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association will conduct hunter sight-ins Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and today and Nov. 23 from noon to 3 p.m. at 3400 Northwind Road in Carney. The fee is $5 per shotgun or rifle....
  • Weekend preview: Where the girls are

    Weekend preview: Where the girls are
    One of the most painful civic embarrassments in Fort Lauderdale’s 103-year history — rivaled only by the wood-shrouded plot on Las Olas where the humble and useful Hyde Park Market gave its life for a developer’s pipe dream —...
  • Delaware's NFL betting business is booming -- and Marylanders are noticing

    Delaware's NFL betting business is booming -- and Marylanders are noticing
    One NFL Sunday, Laurence Jones said, he discovered a small slice of Las Vegas. In Delaware. The Burtonsville resident is among countless Marylanders whose fondness for football or gambling — or both — has led them to check out one of the...
  • Botanical gardens feature day of seasonal plants and nights of seasonal light shows

    When you need an escape from too much holiday hoopla, spend a quiet afternoon exploring the late fall gardens at Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk and Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond. As summer flowers fade, seasonal beauties like...
  • Q&A with Chicago's next archbishop

    Q&A with Chicago's next archbishop
    Incoming Archbishop Blase Cupich sat down with the Tribune for an interview during his last days in Spokane, Wash. The following are excerpts from that conversation. What are your priorities when you get to Chicago? I don't want to give away what I'...
  • MSSA's Captain of the Year on the line at this weekend's Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic

    MSSA's Captain of the Year on the line at this weekend's Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic
    Dale Dirks will return to his roots when he competes in the Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic fishing tournament this weekend. "I grew up out there near Annapolis, near the Chesapeake Bay, and if you weren't fishing, you didn't have a whole lot to do," said...
  • 'Do AC' marketing group asks to disband

    'Do AC' marketing group asks to disband
    ATLANTIC CITY - Is Do AC done? The Atlantic City Alliance — the $30 million-a-year, casino funded, legislatively mandated marketing organization — appears headed for extinction. The alliance board, composed solely of casino executives,...
  • Charges filed in connection with beating of off-duty Chicago cop

    Charges filed in connection with beating of off-duty Chicago cop
    A 28-year-old Country Club Hills man has been charged in connection with the robbery and battery of an off-duty Chicago police sergeant in the Loop late last month. Joseph Baskins, 28, of Country Club Hills, was charged earlier this week with unlawful...
  • Meal prep and delivery services cook up interest in Chicago area

    Meal prep and delivery services cook up interest in Chicago area
    Startups have their eyes on kitchens around the country, aiming to add spice to the often bland routine of making dinner. Their updated dinner recipe for busy Americans goes like this: Order online. Receive an insulated pack of food. Prepare it in 30...
  • Florida's growler ban fails constitutional sobriety test

    Florida's growler ban fails constitutional sobriety test
    Alex Piasecki, co-owner of The Crafted Keg restaurant in Stuart, has "a customer relations problem," as he puts it. But it's not his fault. It's the result of a ridiculous Florida law that forces him to say illogical things to many of his customers....