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  • Top Lehigh Valley events include Moravian Book Shop open house and Sound of Music sing-a-long

    Top Lehigh Valley events include Moravian Book Shop open house and Sound of Music sing-a-long
    MORAVIAN BOOK SHOP OPEN HOUSE 1 Kick off the holidays with crafts, raffles, book signings and more at a Moravian Book Shop open house 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The event features "Nutcracker" dancers from Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, sticky finger...
  • Ranking the Big Ten basketball arenas

    The challenge of ranking college basketball venues is this: They're always changing. And, no, we're not talking about adding a Dippin' Dots station. Think of it like the scene from "Sideways" when Maya speaks of her love of vino: "I like how wine...
  • Panel advances plan for south Bethlehem microbrewery, Mexican eatery

    A plan to bring a microbrewery and a fine dining Mexican restaurant to south Bethlehem took a small step forward Thursday, when the Planning Commission agreed to grant the developer minor waivers of the city's land development ordinance. Ashley...
  • It's Freebie Friday! $25 off at Best Buy, $10 off at Target

    It's Freebie Friday! $25 off at Best Buy, $10 off at Target
    Happy Freebie Friday!  It's time for another fantastic freebie free-for-all! I've added a new Black Friday category so you can easily keep up with shopping strategies and the best deals for holiday shopping. This week's offers include the popular...
  • Holiday spending forecast calls for modest growth in Chicago

     Holiday spending forecast calls for modest growth in Chicago
    Ryan Wojcik is in high spirits heading into the holidays. He is in a new city, has several promising job prospects on the horizon, and is in a better financial position than he was a few years ago, when he graduated from Purdue University with a...
  • The cup of joe could go, but don't touch his Twitter

    No mortal has a central nervous system like mine. Jumpy by nature, alarmed by every little noise, I have the nerves of a cheetah. My fuse is always lighted, my heart flits from branch to branch. As a kid, I was banned from zoos for upsetting the primates....
  • Pickwick Restaurant to close next month after 50 years in Park Ridge

    Pickwick Restaurant to close next month after 50 years in Park Ridge
    The Chicago Tribune Media Group's Park Ridge Herald-Advocate: An Uptown Park Ridge staple for more than five decades is about to close its doors. The Pickwick Restaurant, anchoring the landmark Pickwick Theatre building at the corner of Prospect...
  • Let the SunRail pub crawl begin

    Let the SunRail pub crawl begin
    There's more to riding SunRail than getting from Point A to Point B. Along the way, there's beer. My buddy Ray and I have been checking into some of the pubs and bars along the route. Only three so far, so this really is a pub crawl. In contrast,...
  • String of car burglaries reported in Glen Ellyn

    String of car burglaries reported in Glen Ellyn
    Golf clubs, money and a credit card were taken in a number of car burglaries along a Glen Ellyn street. They all happened sometime between the evening hours of Nov. 2 through early morning on Nov. 3. A police officer on patrol noticed a purse in the...
  • 6 great places for food lovers in Altadena

    6 great places for food lovers in Altadena
    Due north of Pasadena and pushed up against the San Gabriels, Altadena always seems farther away from Los Angeles than it actually is — maybe because of the looming mountains, or maybe because its unincorporated status gives it an outlier feel. In...
  • Secret doors, passwords build buzz for speakeasy-style establishments

    Secret doors, passwords build buzz  for speakeasy-style establishments
    It took 30 minutes of wandering, but Jamie Giffin and her group of friends finally found the unmarked elevator door that serves as the entrance to Pharmacy restaurant. "We had heard about Pharmacy around town, but we could barely find anything on the...