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  • BOOKS

    BOOKS
    Happier Hour: You'll need a beer and plenty of time to absorb Donna Tartt's "The Goldfinch," an opportunity that will be provided Thursday night in the NSU Museum of Art's book club. Tartt's sprawling, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel concerns Theo Decker,...
  • Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Monday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Chili Cook-Off at Bears Tailgate Lotties Pub 1925 W. Cortland Ave. 773-489-0738 Sample chili from six amateur cooks and vote for your favorite to win $200. Then stick around to watch the Bears play the New York Jets while taking advantage of...
  • Weekend preview: Where to take your mug for great coffee

    Weekend preview: Where to take your mug for great coffee
    Through the chainlink fence that borders the old Purvis Young Museum, where one of the great outsider artist’s murals bakes distressingly in the afternoon sun, the warm fragrance of coffee can be found curling through the air. Comfortingly...
  • Cartoon Forum Rises as Europe's Top Showcase for TV Animation

    PARIS- As toon producers increasingly look for international financing, Cartoon Forum, the 25-year-old animation confab, is proving more relevant than ever. Hosted in Toulouse, the event will present 84 projects and welcome a record 850 participants from...
  • Westmont to host fall ale festival

    Westmont to host fall ale festival
    Beer connoisseurs and those who just may want to chug down a few cold ones can sample a variety of beers from 40 different brewers across the country at the Ale Harvest Fest in Westmont on Oct. 11. The festival will take place at Ty Warner Park from 1...
  • Autumn beauty and mountain-biking in Winthrop, Wash.

    Autumn beauty and mountain-biking in Winthrop, Wash.
    The Methow Valley town of Winthrop, Wash., has long been known for its Old West theme, with false-front stores and wooden sidewalks, the perfect place to practice your bowlegged walk and wear that Stetson you always fancied. The other big draw for many...
  • Stylish Comfort, Familiar Fare At Three Figs

    Stylish Comfort, Familiar Fare At Three Figs
    For decades, the centrally located restaurant on Suffield's Mountain Road was known as the Suffield Inn. Then it became the Suffield Tavern. When that closed in late 2010, a new owner brought back the Suffield Inn name – but that didn't last....
  • Today's Special: Get to know freekeh, a 'new' ancient grain

    Move over, quinoa, and make room for freekeh (FREE-kah), another ancient "super grain." Freekeh seems to be taking over menus at every stage of the meal: soups, salads, mains, even desserts. But what exactly is it? Freekeh is the name used for any...
  • Film Review: 'Song of the Sea'

    In a worthy follow-up to "The Secret of Kells" (a surprise nominee for the 2010 animated feature Oscar), Moore applies his dazzling hand-drawn style to another tale inspired by Irish legend, only this time, he spins the magic-infused yarn against a...
  • Meat Market opens in Palm Beach

    Meat Market opens in Palm Beach
    The most anticipated new restaurant in Palm Beach opens today. Meat Market (191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach, 561-354-9800, MeatMarketMiami.com) is actually a South Beach import. Since 2008, Meat Market has had a home on Lincoln Road, where owners David...
  • O's fans know anthem is not a prayer [Letter]

    O's fans know anthem is not a prayer [Letter]
    I read with interest Roy Valiant's letter ("Stop desecrating the anthem," Sept 18). As someone who routinely shouts, "O!" when the song is performed at Orioles games, I'd like to offer a different perspective. I won't dwell on how ironic it is that a song...