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  • Libertyville residents pack meeting to speak out on video gaming

    Libertyville residents pack meeting to speak out on video gaming
    About 100 residents packed Libertyville Civic Center Tuesday to speak out on a proposal to allow video gambling machines in village restaurants and shops with a liquor license. The Libertyville Board of Trustees did not vote at the public hearing. But...
  • After public uproar, owner postpones EastWood Golf Club project

    After public uproar, owner postpones EastWood Golf Club project
    Faced with a fierce resident backlash, the owners of EastWood Golf Club have put a bid to redevelop the course into a mixed-use complex on hold. An attorney representing the owners wrote the county on Monday asking that a rezoning request needed for the...
  • These days, Don Shula excels at winning over fans

    These days, Don Shula excels at winning over fans
    KISSIMMEE — The line to meet the great coach snaked outside the door of the burger joint near Kissimmee and around the side of the building. "Can you believe it?" Don Shula said, when asked about his endearing popularity. "They must think we're...
  • Lauderhill golf pro tees it up at Legends Tour

    It was an emotional weekend for Lauderhill golf pro Paula Pearson-Tucker as she got the opportunity to tee it up with the world's greatest golfers at the Legends Tour in Delray Beach. It wasn't all about the personal honor and recognition that came with...
  • Mallon shoots clear path to victory in Walgreens Charity Championship

    Meg Mallon found a way to handle blustery, then wet weather conditions, during a wire-to-wire 3-under and one shot win over Juli Inkster at the LPGA 36-hole Walgreens Charity Championship this past weekend at the Seagate Country Club in Delray Beach....
  • Where to watch the Lehigh/Lafayette game

    Where to watch the Lehigh/Lafayette game
    No tickets are left for the sold out Lehigh University-Lafayette College football game but fans can watch it live at viewing parties around the Lehigh Valley.   Lafayette College fans and Easton residents are invited to a live telecast party at Rivals...
  • Which Chicago restaurants are worth the wait?

    Which Chicago restaurants are worth the wait?
    When Hot Doug's closed its doors in October, Chicago lost its greatest argument for waiting in line for food. The hysteria of its final month caused freethinking people to stand 12 hours for a hot dog. Now that Doug's is but a wiener figment in our...
  • Where to celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau on Thursday

    Where to celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau on Thursday
    Each November, on the third Thursday of the month, the French giddily celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau. That’s when the fresh, fruity Gamay from the new vintage is rushed from the vineyards into shops and wine bars in Paris and elsewhere across France....
  • Pig Floyd's review: 'Cue with sass and sizzle

    Pig Floyd's review: 'Cue with sass and sizzle
    Pig Floyd's Urban Barbakoa is the cool kids' answer to straightforward Southern barbecue in Central Florida. With swell global spins this place — from the folks who created the popular TreeHouse Truck — simply sizzles with flavor. Thomas...
  • 6 years of Peek-a-Boo burlesque, Leesburg beer fest

    Burlesque b-day Most Orlando theater fans know Blue Starr from performances with her Varietease troupe at The Venue, but she's been building a following for years with her Dirty Bingo nights and Peek-a-Boo burlesque shows at the Stardust Lounge (431 E....
  • Taking Hartford's Simmering Pots To A Boil

    Architects and planners like grand schemes. "Make no little plans," counseled Chicago architect Daniel Burnham just over a century ago. But maybe today we need to think differently about a city like Hartford, whose future might lie in thousands of...